Aloha, it’s the Big Kahuna Series: Premium Membership Interveiws
So what does Big Kahuna mean?
The word kahuna comes from the swaying palms of Hawaii. The word kahuna relates to ‘a priest; wise man; sorcerer; witch doctor’. Which is reasonably apt for the smart folk we’re going to interview in this series.
My advice to you
It’s simple advice. You may think you have no time.
I’d advise you to make the time to listen to these interviews, because they are specifically aimed at growing your business from very specific angles.
In every interview, I’ll dig deep. I’ll ask weird questions. I’ll switch directions mid-stream. Value for your money is pretty much taken for granted. I wish you more than just value. I wish you freedom from slogging it out all the while. And the only way you can stop slogging, is to start learning and implementing. The information in this series is top-notch. You don’t have to take my word for it. You’ll be mesmerised from the very first audio.
Just to make sure there’s no confusion
When 5000bc was moved over to this new content-management system, we aimed at one login/one password. Unfortunately, till the software is upgraded (I’m told it will happen in May 2005), you’ll need a specific password to get into this section. To make it easy for you, I’ll always email you the login/password. Once the software is upgraded, getting into this Big Kahuna Section will be just a click on your navigation bar.
Instructions to download/listen to the programs
1) You can simply click on the green button and you’ll be able to listen to the audio. Wait for a few seconds while the audio streams. If you’re waiting for five minutes and nothing happens, don’t just sit there. You’re either missing some application on your computer or your connection is bad.
2) In which case, simply RIGHT CLICK on the link. A menu will appear. Choose Save Target As on your menu. The file will start downloading to your computer. Mac Users: Hold down the Option key and click your mouse button.
Once you save the files, you can listen to the information on your own computer. I’d advise you to be sure to download the audio files anyway and transfer them to a CD. When you’re driving around, instead of listening to mindless news (bad news) and music, feed your mind with good information. Learning is only possible through repetition, so listen to each audio several times. You’ll be amazed at how much you learn. And how much you missed on the first hearing.
That’s it from me 🙂