I Missed The Killer Tribes Conference But I Didn’t

Conferences are a great way to increase your knowledge and leadership potential. They bring together the best of the best to share their knowledge with you.

Bryan Allain did just that with the Killer Tribes conference in Nashville, TN.

Killer Tribes Conference

As I’ve already planned for my one big conference of the year, I had to miss Killer Tribes. Thankfully, Bryan had the foresight to record the conference and offer it to those that missed it.

I couldn’t be more grateful. The lineup Bryan put together was amazing. Men and women like:

  • Jeff Goins
  • Jon Acuff
  • Mark Hughes
  • Tamara Lunardo
  • Sarah Mae

The knowledge they shared was inspiring, motivational, and informative. Once, only available live at the conference, you can own the recordings.

Bryan offered two audio packages. Both are jam packed with goodness.

The standard Killer Tribes conference audio package includes talks from:

  • Alli Worthington – Yes You Can Have It All
  • Jeff Goins – Starting From Scratch
  • Steve Kamp (of Nerd Fitness) – How To Start A Rebellion
  • Jon Acuff – 10 Minutes On Building Your Tribe
  • Sarah Mae – How I Learned To Love Marketing
  • Mark Hughes – The Basics Of Buzz
  • Daddy-O – Entertainment’s Killer Tribe
  • Tamara Lunardo – Embracing Your Niche
  • Dave Delaney – Social Networking In Real Life

This package includes over 4.5 hours of content from the conference. I was blown away with the killer content in this package.

The speakers nailed it and give you more than your money’s worth.

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The second package is The Killer Bonus Package. It’s the one I opted for.

The Killer Bonus Package includes the previously listed talks plus 4 exclusive interviews with:

  • Derek Webb – Musician and founder of Noisetrade
  • Jon Acuff – Author of Quitter
  • Crystal Paine – Founder of MoneySavingMom.com
  • Ben Arment – Founder of Story Conference and Dream Year

I also received Bryan Allain’s newest eBook 21 Thoughts on Building Your Killer Tribe.

While the book is great, the real reason to get the Killer Bonus Package is the extra interviews. Derek Webb was especially impressive.

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If these names don’t get you excited about the conference audio, what I learned might just do it.

Here’s a few things I learned while listening to the audio:

  • Why you need to stay inspired
  • Why you don’t need more information
  • What not to do with your audience
  • Why Tim Ferris is wrong
  • Who your audience needs you to be
  • Should you choose your tribe
  • What to do when you’re late for an interview with Jim Collins
  • How to organize a conference or event
  • Why you should learn to say no
  • Why you don’t need a lot of fans
  • How to create a fan base that will buy

With this information you’ll be ready to take your blog to the next level. I know it’s propelling me forward.

Sounds interesting? Be sure to purchase your copy of the audio today.

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Question: What’s been the best conference you’ve attended? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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  • thanks Joe, glad you liked it!

    • My pleasure Bryan. I’m grateful you released the audio from the conference. It’s been a huge blessing and inspiration to me.

  • It was really awesome. I can say from purchasing right after it was released, it’s well worth it and then some!

    • That was my feelings too Jared. I almost felt like I ripped Bryan off because the value of the talks were much more than I paid. 

  • Over the past ten years, the best conference I’ve attended is the Willow Creek Group Life Conference.  I think I’ve actually attended this 3 or 4 times.

    Most recently, I attended the Family Life Weekend to Remember Marriage Conference.  I’d highly recommend this one to any couples out there.

    (You can actually get a significant discount of the registration of this conference through my blog:   http://www.jonstolpe.com/2012/09/04/one-way-to-help-your-marriage/ )

    • Jon, what made the Willow Creek Group Life Conference one of the best you’ve attended? Is it held near your neck of the woods?

      That’s awesome you were able to give your readers a discount. I bet they’ll be appreciative.

      • I used to be held at the Willow Creek church north west of Chicago.  I don’t think they have it any longer.  It was one of the best, because you had a chance to rub shoulders with so many people who had a heartbeat to see people connected and growing through small group ministry.  On top of that, there were some incredible speakers.

  • Best conference for me was going to Brendon Burchard’s Expert Academy a few weeks ago. The information not only shocked me but changed the framework of my dreams, it helped me see things in a new light!

    • Awww… It wasn’t WCGR? I was so hoping the group made it the best (-;

      But I noticed you tweeted and posted quite a bit from the Brendon Burchard’s Expert Academy while you where there. Sounds like it was a fantastic conference that helped propel you forward.

  • Not attended any conference in the States yet. But planning to! Conferences are powerful way to grow, network, stretch and get to the next level.

    • That they are. There’s so many great people to meet.

  • I recently attended a Ken Blanchard dinner where he talked about how he wrote all his books. It was once in a life time experience. I’ll have to invest in the audio packages. Thank you for sharing.  

    • That picture of you with Ken was great. Must have been a true honor to meet him. What was the greatest piece of advice he shared with you?

      • I learned a lot while he was talking about his writing story.

        A couple things I took away,

        Get the book done, just start and finish it.
        Pray, pray, and pray some more.
        you can never have to much feedback or input about your book. Asking others to read and give you feedback is essential.

        • Wow, sounds like he was able to share a lot of great information. I especially like Get the book done, just start and finish it. Too often we get mired in the details and never finish.

  • As an academic I’ve been to my share of conferences.  I love going to conferences when I have the time, which has become less often over the years.  Academic conferences are usually reasonably priced and I come home having gained varieties of new outlooks and information.  As a writer however, I’ve considered attending conferences until I see the price tags.  Many writing conferences are in the four-digit numbers.  I question if the value I’d walk away with would be worth the cost with pricey conferences.

    • That’s a tough one Dan. I’d think at that price point you would have to pick and choose which one to attend. Find one that has had great reviews and talk to someone who has attended in the past. Then decide if it’s for you or not.

  • Joe, I didn’t even realize this conference was going on in my backyard (though I was likely on the road).  I’m a conference junkie, too. One idea gained makes it all worthwhile.

    • Yeah, it can be so easy to overlook conferences even when they happen near us. And you’re on target that one idea makes it all worthwhile. You can’t put a price on a good idea that you put action behind.

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