Next month I’ll be traveling through Europe. What started as a high school reunion trip led to a mini tour across Europe to meet Asian Efficiency readers. To maximize my time and trip, I thought it would be fun to host a meetup in every city that I’ll be visiting. This is a great way for me to meet Asian Efficiency readers and podcast listeners. I’ve done them before and they were always fun and a huge success so we’re going to do it again.
Here are the cities where we’ll host an Asian Efficiency meetup:
- Enschede, Netherlands // Sep 8 // register here
- London, UK // Sep 13 // register here
- Kiev, Ukraine // Sep 17 // register here
- Budapest, Hungary // Sep 19 // register here
- Frankfurt, Germany // Sep 20 // register here
I will give a short talk on email, Mac and business productivity. After that, we’ll do a Q&A session and there will be plenty of time to chat afterward.
At the end of the night, you’ll have new friends and at least one actionable takeaway that you can implement (like you can always expect from Asian Efficiency). Whether it’s a productivity tip, a new business strategy or something else – I’m coming to share and help all Asian Efficiency readers as much as I can.
We have limited spots in each city so make sure you register as soon as possible to claim your spot. We’re still finalizing the venues for each location and those will be emailed to people who have registered.
See you there.
P.S. This total trip (from Austin, TX to all these cities) cost me only $586.32 and most are business class flights. How did I do that? It’s all discussed in this travel hacking podcast episode.
P.P.S. Do you want us to come visit your city? Post your city below and we just might! This whole idea started off in the Dojo (our online private community). So if you let us know where you’d like us to come, there’s a chance we will.
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