8. Change your game.
“When applying your new gear, or programming, or ability to sell, change something about yourself that you’ve learned during the seminar,” says Adam Weitz, “and see how it works in your new business. You’d be surprised how much you’re not doing.”
Adds Tiegs: “Talking to manufacturers is important so that they can help make tools that will help us do our jobs better, easier and perhaps be more creative. Giving feedback hopefully helps them out.”