Somewhere over the Rocky Mountains, 30,000 feet above the snow-capped peaks, it hit me. The Making Things Happen Tour was going to change my life forever.
We traveled to 13 cities this year to challenge people to conquer fear and harness their true potential. Never in a million years would I have guessed the result. I can’t take credit for what the MTH Alumni have accomplished since we first met 7 months ago. They genuinely lived what I said: Feel the fear and do it anyway. The feedback has blown me away. Photo below :: Jasmine Star.
One of the biggest factors in all of this success has been the community that has formed from MTH. The support I see every single day from past attendees is just phenomenal. There aren’t words big enough to describe what these people have done for each other to help one another conquer fear and make really big things happen in their lives and in business. There have been countless late night phone calls, group Skype chats to offer encouragement, weekly meet-ups, a thousand encouraging texts, uplifting emails (I know all of this because I’ve been a recipient myself!), hourly Twitter messages to encourage and support, many tears, frustrations, hurdles, triumph, and remarkable advances. Photo below :: Poser
I am so excited to announce new cities for the Making Things Happen Tour! Salt Lake City, Houston, Phoenix, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Maui will be making big things happen this fall! Register here by September 1st for the early bird rate. Photo below :: Wesley Leytham
Because the seats are so limited –only 10 seats available per city instead of 20– I expect this to sell out quickly. I wish I could visit more cities, but with the upcoming release of our new issue and a packed schedule, I simply don’t have time. So, jump on these places! Many are easy to travel to and are large airport hubs if you are flying in. Photo below :: Photogen
Because we’ve cut the attendee count in half for each stop to keep these groups focused and give more personal time, I am only offering one scholarship (details below) for this round of the tour (yes, really just one unlike last time). There will be no partial scholarships either, but if you would like to inquire about financing plans, email my awesome assistant, Marissa.
I’m also verrrry excited about the big MTH2010 Reunion this December in Watercolor — where all the magic began! All past attendees are invited to join us for a weekend of inspiration, fun in the sun and a few surprises. Yes, if you attend the Tour in November, you are of course welcome to join us at the reunion. I. Can’t. Wait!
Heartfelt thanks to Jeff Holt (who is the reason I started this tour!), Jeremy Cowart, Nick Onken, Jose Villa, Stacie Francombe, Blair and Christy from Junebug Weddings, the amazing First Class, and all of the incredible alumni who have encouraged this powerful journey. I am forever grateful. And I have to send huge thanks to Katharine and Emily who celebrated their one year anniversary with me today. I wouldn’t have the courage to do this if it wasn’t for their daily support. They always remind me that I can do anything I am passionate about. I love you both!
P.S. Congrats to the past post winners: Elizabeth Hafner from Vignette Photography, Katie from Intertwined Events, Briana from Wake Up, Juliet, Katherine from Solo Dot Mom, and Megan Floyd! Email me your mailing address for your special prize. I have read the comments on that post several times over and I never cease to be inspired! Thank you all for your thoughts.
P.S.S. The MTH Scholarship opportunity is LIVE! You have till Monday August 16th to get your comment in. All the details…
So, what do you want to make happen? Tell me the city you’d like to attend in as well…