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The Shrink for Entrepreneurs on Tour

This is public service announcement – no psychological insights today (unless you REALLY know how to read between the lines).

Tomorrow I’m kicking off six weeks of travel. This is exciting for me because without you, dear readers… it wouldn’t be possible. It’s also exciting because we may have a chance to meet! Nothing would make me happier – so check out all the details below and let’s see if we can make it happen… I’m jetting from Sydney to Montreal tomorrow. I’ll be five days there, catching up with friends then shooting down to Austin, Texas and the South by Southwest conference. There, I’ll be attending the craziness that will be the Men with Pens party. Plus, whatever else the conference offers – it’s my first time so we’ll see what happens.

After that, I’m traveling (over 3 weeks) to DC and then New York City, Philly, Boston and a few places in between. More catching up with friends and colleagues – if you’re one of them (or want to be!), get in touch.

THEN, I’m flying down to Miami to depart for the Summit at Sea – a phenomenal gathering of the world’s top movers, shakers, game-changers and contributors. On a boat. In the Caribbean!

Post Summit, I intend to recover in LA. Then I’ll fly home – after six solid weeks of connecting and fun.

I’m really looking forward to meeting readers, clients and new friends. Since almost 75% of this blog’s readership is US located, I figure my chances of finding such folks are statistically higher than my last trip….. which was to Ayer’s Rock, in the middle of the Australian desert.

So if you’re passing through any of those places or events, let me know and let’s meet up!

I’ll be writing and publishing blog posts while traveling but probably won’t comment much on the details of where I am or what I’m eating for breakfast. I’ll save that for twitter and publish a few photos to The Shrink for Entrepreneurs Facebook page.

I’m dead set on connecting with (and studying!) entrepreneurs who are making a big impact out there. I haven’t forgotten about my quest and this trip is a big part of the first step or two. More updates on that coming later… so stay tuned!


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  1. Enjoy Peter,

    if you form a little boston meeting group (or outside of boston towards Newton area even better), let me know. I can drive in from the burbs to meet your mass contingent

    have a great time!

    thx, Giulietta

  2. Peter-
    Sounds like a grand adventure! Also enjoyed reading about your quest or mission if you will. Keep us posted as you travel on your Magical Adventure tour and when you reach Boston, it’ll be good to shake your hand in person. 🙂


  3. Got this post sent to my Inbox. Ah what the heck, looks like I’ll probably go. Sounds like a good time.

    You’re going on quite a tour. I’ll bet you’ll have a great time but when you finally get home you’ll be glad you’re home.

    See you at the party, Peter!

  4. Very excited for you Peter, and I’m sure all of us back here in New Zealand feel similar, what a trip!! I checked out all your links, it’s like OMG yeah had to say it that way teenage style, we look forward to you impacting the world Peter style..Have the best time!! 🙂 Wishing you well always B & K

  5. We’re in Philly and really want to meet you.

    We can discuss fifty years of observations and analysis of hundreds of top sales producers in many different industries. Most of them have eliminated persuasion from their sales process. They do business on the basis of Mutual Trust, Mutual Respect, and Mutual Commitments.

    They understand the power of intuition (ala David Hawkins) as well as the psychology buyers.

    They quickly and courteously disqualify prospects that are not ready willing and able to do business. But, leave the door open to come back when it’s appropriate.

    The same processes can be used to develop a corporate culture of mutual trust and respect to improve productivity.

    We’re open to new ideas and much of what we teach has been improved upon by our graduates who share our zeal.

  6. Wooow… less than 100 comments!!… I have to take advantage of this and write my comment on your web site… ok… what should I write??… mmm, I don’t think my criminal history would help me gain your sympathy, uh?? haha… in any case, I would like to say that I believe you’re a breathtaking blogger and writer… so, thanks for that.. now I know I’m not a robot. well, this post is gettin’ too long to be read, so i’ll stop now…

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