Diagon Alley for a roundtable meeting


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Keith thinks a 45 minute drive is long way for an event. This weeks video is shot live on my not so quick trip to Diagon Alley for a roundtable meeting.

Please leave me a comment below and let me know what you think.

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5 Responses to Diagon Alley for a roundtable meeting

  1. Raj says:

    Excellent response video Neil. May be Keith should watch few videos of Gary Vaynerchuk to get some reality check.

  2. Anonymous says:

    That’s insane and sounds like my worst nightmare.
    Sixty hours of travel for a meeting? Could you not use video conferencing or other technology so you could attend virtually? The seating implies it is not a large gathering.
    You don’t mention how long you will remain in the states for afterwards but if it’s less than a week it doesn’t make any sense.

  3. James says:

    This is the first time Ive posted a commented on one of your videos and just wanted to say I really enjoyed this “fly on the wall” style video

  4. Phil Mizzi says:

    Neil, great how you share these experiences with us. Would love to build a business where I had to travel and also could afford to!

  5. Chris says:

    I think maybe take a step back and enquire what issues the person may have. You don’t know if they have a disability or may need to hire a car or other reason. Sometimes something that is not explained may be missing so you don’t have the full story.

    Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses. Just because you can’t see them does not mean that they should be mocked or laughed at.

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