Three days prior to attending Mountainside Marketing Conference, I questioned if I should go—the money, the timing, and the necessity. Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook how to’s, KLOUT scores, marketing, book launch, and branding, did I really need to know all the latest marketing tools?
It was the unexpected that rearranged my perspective.
Witnessing the compassion of Bethany Jett brushing away tears—listening to the story of a stranger during lunch.
DiAnn Mills pouring into her appointments, focused attention on projects unrelated to her own, advice shared generously, full of compassion, with experience and wisdom.
A young man pursuing his dreams, taking you along for the ride, even allowing you to drive your own pursuit of Amazon marketing and eBooks.
A servant’s heart. A beautiful display of servant leadership by Alycia Morales.
The heart of Edie Melson picking up a stranded conference attendee at the airport. Grace extended.
I could learn the how to’s of social media from YouTube, my 12-year-old daughter, even the local college. But I’d miss an encounter of the heart experienced at Mountainside Marketing.
Mountainside Marketing Conference—an experience worth attending.