Hi. My name is John Goodwin and I'm in Denver, Colorado, the Mile-High City. My experiences before taking the Sam Ovens program, although I'm in the first couple of weeks of the program, are before the program, business development was a very daunting task for me. I'd rather chase squirrels and shiny objects in my day-to-day activities than do business development. The Sam Ovens program addresses the demons in business development, addresses the pitfalls of business development, and the mind games that you can play with yourself, and really puts some deliberate practice into your day-to-day rigor. That's helpful. It's helpful to see how minutes turn into hours, turns into weeks, turns into months of success as opposed to the other way around, where those things and you look at the back of ... Look at your day and you look back on your weeks, and you say, "Where did that time all go?" I'm really excited about implementing the practices and the rigor around the business development that I've seen so far in the Sam Evans program.
At the end of the day, when I had to make the decision whether I was going to spend the money on this program, I was kind of like, well, what do I have to lose? My question for you is what do you have to lose? I look forward to seeing you on your private jet someday soon, Sam.