Scot McKay and Carlos
Xuma Teleseminar Series
NEXT CALL - 8/29/07
Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Start Time: 6:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time
End Time: 7:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Communicating Sexuality With Women
We'll discuss your communication roadblocks,
as well as handling live questions and answers.
Carlos and Scot will be covering various tips and strategies
on this topic, and will open up to your questions later in this call.
This call is all about
YOUR challenges guys, so have your questions ready to go.
This call will be about 60 minutes
CALL COST: FREE
If you have registered for a previous Teleconference call, you're already registered
for this one!
Access information for this call will
be given about a week before the event. We are keeping the attendance down
to 200 people, so make sure you register now.
call is FREE and open to only 200 people!
It WILL be "sold out" in a
matter of hours, so reserve your spot RIGHT NOW.
Additionally, those who attended the
previous call will have priority status for future calls.
CONFERENCE CALL RULES & TIPS:
- Carlos will field questions sent in advance through the teleseminar page.
Please make your questions short and to-the-point.
- The call time is set for 60 minutes, and will cover one topic, but may
branch into related areas. Time will be reserved to answer live questions
- The code and conference information you will be sent are temporary, and
must not be shared. Unauthorized callers will be eliminated from the conference.
Eliminate Background Noise and Distractions
Be Mindful of Your Surroundings
* Call from a QUIET location.
* Turn off the ringer of a multi-line phone
or any other phone in the room.
* MUTE YOUR PHONE! Until Carlos tells you that he's going to open the call
up to questions, keep your phone on mute. If you do not have any questions,
please stay muted.
Use Optimal Equipment
* The best equipment choice for your conference is a phone unit directly
hardwired into telephone lines.
* If possible, avoid using cell phones, cordless
phones, speakerphones and Internet telephone services for your conference,
as they often pick up static and background noise.
* A bad connection can
sometimes be the cause of background static. If this happens, hang up and
dial in again until you get a clear line.
Don't Forget the Extras
* Do not put your phone on hold if you have on-hold music or advertisements.
Your on-hold music will play for conference Participants making conversation
impossible in your absence.
* Turn off your call waiting or its beeping will
disrupt the conference and may be confused with entry or exit chimes. For
example, dialing *70 before the conference dial-in number disables call waiting
for some phone services. If you need assistance with this feature, contact
your local phone service provider.
Take Advantage of Conference Controls
* Self-mute can be used by any conference Participant and can be turned
on and off by toggling “6” on the telephone keypad.
We hope you will find our tips on eliminating conference call background
noise and distractions will help keep the focus on what’s most important,
NOTE: The conference number is located in the
central United States, and all calls will be charged to you at your normal
long distance rate to this location.
There are no hidden charges or processing
fees. No information will appear on your phone bill regarding the content. Your
privacy is assured.
If you are calling from overseas, your long distance rate to the United
States will also apply.