Last week I had the good fortune to attend an event called MegaSuccess. Operated by the JT Foxx Organization, MegaSuccess is often billed as the Super Bowl of Business Conferences.
This is the second year that I have attended the conference which featured approximately 2500 people from over 80 countries around the world. JT Foxx bills himself as the “World’s #1 Wealth and Business Coach.” While many people might quibble with that moniker, it is apparent that JT has an extremely loyal following and that he works very hard on behalf of his clients.
If you are able to look past some of his shtick, you will see that JT spends countless hours and many dollars traveling the world and help business owners get to the next level. He encourages them, pushes them and breaks them down, getting them to recognize their own self-imposed limitations. Though many people want to compare him to Tony Robbins, I believe that you will find them quite different in approach and in focus. While Tony focuses on getting you to look into yourself and get yourself to a better place, JT tends to put more emphasis on making you successful at your business and teaching you how to monetize your strengths and opportunities.
One common complaint that I have seen and heard online, is that people question the value of his courses or his coaching. I will tell you that if you spend the time participating in his events and following his coaching sessions, you will certainly gain value. If you look at anyone who is successful, they likely have multiple coaches for different parts of their life. I can imagine someone hiring a hitting coach for baseball or a golf instructor and proclaiming them a fraud if you can’t hit HRs or break 80 on the course…without the dedicated time and effort you need to succeed.
As an overall experience, MegaSuccess is a true bargain. If you don’t want some of the add-ons which are offered, you can attend for only $99.00 for over 5 days of the conference. There are speakers from around the world telling their stories, some more effectively than others. The key element is the people you have a chance to meet and the celebrities you get to learn from. A partial list of the celebrities who participated in this year’s event included (in no particular order):
- Dr. Phil
- Gabriel Macht (Harvey Spector from Suits)
- Vanilla Ice
- Vince Vaughn
- Gary Kasparov (Chess Champion)
- Hugh Hilton
- George Ross (President Trump’s former right hand man)
- Moira Forbes
- Jillian Michaels
- Jay Abraham
- Fred Dunn
- Andrea Navedo
- Frank McKinney (Real Estate investor)
- Dolph Lungren (Russian from Rocky movie series)
- Steadman Graham
- Russell Peters (Comedian)
- Gilbert Godfried (Comedian)
- Steve Mandell (JT’s agent and media personality)
- Andre Phillip Gagnon
When you get an opportunity to hear from all of these people, what you realize is that there is an abundance of information delivered in a short amount of time. Last year I failed to take any notes at all and just absorbed the comments. This year I made a more concerted effort to get down some of the highlights. Next year, I feel that I will make a better effort to really get proper notes from more of the sessions.
Another element that makes this conference unique, is that JT Foxx does not attempt to sell programs from the stage or the back of the room. Sure, there is a whole Foxx Shop with his signature ties, bobbleheads and apparel, but you can truly capture the benefit without spending additional money unless YOU feel that there is enough value for you.
I would highly encourage you to attend in 2020. If you want more info, please feel free to reach me to discuss.