Join Me for This Book Signing

Today and tomorrow, I am involved in a video shoot for a new membership site I am launching next year. (I can’t wait to tell you about it.)

Yesterday, we realized that we didn’t have any footage of me signing books—something the director wanted to use as “B-roll.”

So, over the last twenty-four hours, we scrambled and put together a book signing for Thursday night, December 13th, at 5:30 p.m. It will be held at Landmark Booksellers, in downtown Franklin, Tennessee. I will be there for an hour or so, along with my wife Gail, and several members of my team.

If you live in the area and can make it out, I would love to meet you and sign your book. We will be shooting video the whole time, and you might just make it into the final product.

If this works, it will be a great case study in mobilizing a platform. If it doesn’t, it will be really embarrassing!

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  • http://www.CharlesSpecht.com/ Charles Specht

    What a great idea, Michael. I wish I lived closer.

  • Amanda Fanger

    Wish I lived nearby! But alas, I’m in South Dakota…

    Good luck with the new project – sounds interesting!

  • http://www.outsmartyourbodyfat.com Dean Dwyer

    Michael as a Canadian whose primary mode of transportation is dog sled, I need at least 3 months notice for such events. :-) I’m pretty sure you will have a great turnout my friend.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Hilarious. The video team with us is from Canada!

  • http://dalemelchin.wordpress.com/ Dale Melchin

    Good one, Mike

  • http://dalemelchin.wordpress.com/ Dale Melchin

    Actually, I’m tempted to take a point and burn more vacation tomorrow and Friday to come down….

    • http://www.jmlalonde.com Joe Lalonde

       So did you do it Dale? Wouldn’t be a bad way to kill some vacation days. Franklin’s a mighty nice area.

      • http://dalemelchin.wordpress.com/ Dale Melchin

        No, unfortunately I didn’t.  A bunch of stuff went down at work and I had to be there for it.  After that stuff was over though I took the rest of the week off and worked on my blog and other items around the house.  Loooooooooooooong weekend. :-D

  • http://www.justinbuck.com/ Justin Buck

    Isn’t that the way of the world? Every great idea or event starts out as a “This will go really well or really…not” thought/fear. Before I lead a team into battle, I assuage my anxiety with a simple statement: this can only go one of two ways, and it’s going whether I’m ready or not.

    Here’s some faith in your influence and your team’s dedication to turn out a great crowd. Excited to see your new project!

  • http://sparkvoice.wordpress.com/ DS

    Was excited about this when I first saw a link to the youtube post yesterday on twitter.

    Some of the comments in your leaders heart podcast makes a lot more sense the more you reveal.  
    Sounds like Franklin, TN is the place to be tonight.  I think it’s a pretty neat idea to have a “spontaneous” event.  Creates a bit of a buzz.  

  • Aaron Page

    Michael – Can’t wait for the GetNoticed! Theme to roll out.  Have fun at the book signing.

    PS:  Really enjoyed your talk at Sales Mastery in October.  You were memorable!

  • http://www.bethcranford.com/ Beth Cranford

    Can you sign my ipod? So far I only have the audio version of your book. =) 
    I’ll try to “drop by” from Smyrna! 

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Awesome, Beth.

  • 48DaysDan

    Sure – no problem.  I’ll grab Joanne and we’ll swing by.  I’ll recruit some homeless guys to give you a bigger crowd.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for coming, Dan. It was great to see you!

  • http://www.robstill.com Rob Still

    I’ll be there. :)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      It was great to meet you Rob. I’m so glad you came. Thanks!

      • http://www.robstill.com Rob Still

         Thanks, that was cool! Enjoyed meeting you and your family. Glad it worked out for your shoot. All the best!

  • http://www.hillcounseling.com/ Travis Hill, LPC

    Love downtown Franklin! That’s just down the street from my office, so I’m going to try to make it out. Might be fun!

  • http://www.studionashvegas.com studionashvegas

    It’s so nice to live in Franklin. 

    It’ll be good to catch up, Michael – I’ll see if I can swing by for a few minutes.

    • http://www.jmlalonde.com Joe Lalonde

      Did you make it? Seems like Franklin is a hub of activity.

      • http://www.studionashvegas.com studionashvegas

        I did. There were a lot of people there, and (in the 15 minutes I was in line) I met three people and got business cards. It was a pretty cool event.

        • http://www.jmlalonde.com Joe Lalonde

           Awesome Mitch! Can’t beat that.

        • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

          So glad you came, Mitch. It was great to see you.

  • http://www.jmlalonde.com Joe Lalonde

    Hope the book signing turned out great. All the fun stuff happens so far from me (-;

  • http://twitter.com/spencerpittman Spencer Pittman

    Wish I saw this earlier!   I was a block away at JJ’s.

  • http://www.thadthoughts.com/ Thad Puckett

    Well, did anyone come?  Did the “B-roll” make the “Honor Roll”??

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Yes. It was awesome. We got some great footage!

  • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

    Thanks, Scott. I so appreciate you coming out.

  • Jpayne

    great way to test the platform. Wish i lived closer. Hope it went great.

  • http://twitter.com/dannyhotea Danny Hotea

    If I were in the area, I’d make my way over for sure. I can’t imagine a small turnout for this.

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