Last night I hosted a live webinar on Rejection Free Recruiting where I shared some simple strategies on how to turn Facebook into your own personal ATM machine.
I shared strategies and methods that I learned from my own millionaire mentor that I’ve implemented to add half a dozen new team members in my online business in just the past couple of weeks.
If you’re in traditional networking, then you know how difficult it can be to add half a dozen new team members in a year, let alone a couple of weeks.
The webinar went great…
Or at least I thought it did.
It wasn’t until after that I found out it didn’t quite go as planned.
Have you ever heard the expression
Imperfect action beats perfect inaction every time.
Well, I took imperfect action.
I’m no webinar expert. In fact, this was one of the first I’ve ever hosted.
I prepared some slides in Powerpoint…
I knew what I wanted to talk about…
And I scheduled the webinar.
And here’s how it went
When the webinar was done, I started getting feedback right away.
One of the viewers told me he had 3 pages of notes!
And then he told me that he couldn’t see all of my slides.
At first I thought it was on his end. He said he was having some technical challenges and had to switch computers.
I sure hoped it was on his end, but as soon as the recording was done uploading to YouTube I knew it wasn’t.
Somehow when I shared my screen it shared my Powerpoint page, but not the slide show that I was advancing through as I taught the lessons.
What’s cool is he still got 3 pages of notes!
Even without seeing the slides.
Needless to say, I’ll be doing an encore presentation in the near future, and this time I’ll be sure to double check that my slides are showing for everyone else, and not just me.
Leave me a comment and let me know about a time you’ve taken imperfect action.