Heading to New York for Seth Godin Live in May!

Nice glasses.

I’ll be headed to New York in a few weeks for Seth Godin’s Live event on May 16th – I can’t wait!

I’m not even sure what to completely expect except I know that I’ll be seriously challenged to do what I do even better as well as meet up with some very talented and resourceful individuals, not to mention learning from Seth in an intimate environment.

I’d love to serve you guys though as well as I head up there too, so please comment below about some questions that you’d love for me to ask.

Go for it – I’ll be your messenger and I’ll try to get some of the answered while I’m there! All I can guarantee is that I’ll make the effort to ask them, by the way – I don’t want to be “that” guy who has all the random questions (which means that you should suggest really good ones).

Also, I’m not sure of my travel plans yet but if anyone wants to meet up (or even lend me a couch in the area) that would be sweet!

The weather should be pretty nice in mid-May, right?

Excited!

  • Gordon

    Hey John,

    I am going to the event as a student volunteer. I have been following you since the beginning of this blog and would love to meet you in person. I also live in Nyack,NY which is just across the bridge from NYC. If you are looking for housing let me know. I am about 90 mins of public transportation away from the venue.

    • http://john.do John Saddington

      thanks gordon! i’m firming up my arrangements… i’ll let you know!

  • http://bluecollarliving.com James Dibben

    John, just sleep in the park. I hear it is nice this time of year!

    • Bloggoround

      LOL

      Yeah, and if it rains he could always sleep in the subway. Nothing like a vibrating bench to go to sleep on.

      • http://john.do John Saddington

        #LOL. um…. ok.

  • Justin Lukasavige

    I’ll be there too, John. Hope we can meet in person.

    • http://john.do John Saddington

      sweet!

  • Bloggoround

    I was going to have you ask him where he gets his glasses, but then I read this:

    “I don’t want to be “that” guy who has all the random questions (which means that you should suggest really good ones)”

    :(

    So, could you please ask him if he thinks Google+ will outshine Facebook in the future like Facebook did to Myspace?

    And, how can bloggers best capitalize on Google+ for marketing?

    By the way, I found this old pdf of his that I think still has some really good information in it. It also has a good section on blogs he recommends.

    http://www.sethgodin.com/bull/downloads/BullMarket.pdf

    • http://john.do John Saddington

      neat. checking this out.

  • Moe

    Sweet, you’ll be in my city. Maybe we can break bread and chat it up. I have a good place for you to sleep too. It’s called Zuccotti Park by Wall Street. There’s a bunch of guys there with tents, and they’ll treat you like one of their own. Just be warned, in this area, the cops are the bad guys. And be careful with the contact high. :)

    • http://john.do John Saddington

      interesting… tents….

  • Kenny Jahng

    John, finally, in the same city, in the same room. Let’s meet up bro!

    If you know anyone who needs and extra ticket I have one to sell.

    Kenny

    • http://john.do John Saddington

      ah…! that would be sweet. I’m landing the day before and will be in the city late, around 10 or so.

  • http://www.billintheblank.com Bill Blankschaen

    Looking forward to the event! Just getting familiar with your blog. We should connect there at some point.

    I’m going to have to work on those serious questions….

    Bill

    • http://john.do John Saddington

      awesome! please say hello!