I’m certainly glad to be home and reflecting upon my time spent and lessons learned along the way this last week. One lesson learned is that I’ll stick around for the final day next year.
Based on the agenda, I incorrectly assumed that not much would occur. I didn’t want to lose a day could be well spent home with my wife and 3 kiddos. 😍
In short, I can’t state enough of how much it is worth your investment to attend NamesCon. And why do I think this?
NamesCon brings melds both tech and fun across various sessions, chats, panels, workshops, keynotes, and more in a one-of-a-kind experience.
For me, NamesCon was a unique experience as a first-time attendee. Being a publisher of two blogs and contributing writer for a few others afforded me built-in relationships unlike most first-time attendees of an event such as NamesCon.
However, my NamesCon experience was greatly enriched meeting and listening to a number of first-time attendees share their stories of how they entered into and have progressed in domaininig.
If there’s one thing I know to be true about domaining and life in general, it’s that every man and woman needs a support group or professional family to journey with together.
NamesCon is a “better together” experience domainers need, yet the industry thrives and survives on and dies without.
Attending NamesCon is iron sharpening iron when the experience is give and take in moderation. There so much to learn from a variety of domaining strategies, but even more to learn, listen, and treasure someone’s journey as a person — even if you wouldn’t chose that same path on your worst day.
When I think about the value of NamesCon and the experience realized, a distinct slide shared in the How Do You Move From Domainer to Cryptopunk session resonates with me:
And similar to Left, NamesCon has built a good culture and environment that is attracting good people.
It’s also apparent in its 5th year, NamesCon is the catalyst allowing good people to not only build good things, but build great and lasting relationships.
All in all, I was sharpened, and my hope is that the relationships discovered and encountered were sharpened as well.
Lord willing, I’ll certainly be back for years to come! Will you? 😉
Per Elliot Silver’s tweet, tickets for NamesCon 2019 (takes place January 27-30 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas) are now on sale. There are only 200 presale tickets available for purchase.
Whether you purchase a standard ticket or a VIP ticket, the thing about buying now is that you SAVE money. Once presale ticket limits are met, prices will increase.
Yes, there will likely be additional discount codes made available, but I wouldn’t count on it. Nor would I count on attempting to win giveaway tickets from various blogs either.
I hope to see you at NamesCon 2019. Thanks and that’s all for now!