Do What You Do Well

Walt Disney once said: “Do what you do so well that they will want to see it again and bring their friends.”

That’s how I felt this past Saturday BiztechDay. My very first conference ever!

All 521 entrepreneurs got together in San Francisco. We learned, we shared and exchanged ideas. It was amazing.

My vision was bringing 500+ small business owners and entrepreneurs together. Together we learned the ins and outs of the different Web 2.0 and internet ideas to grow each other businesses. This is the first conference ever that put business before technology.

All the speakers were there because they want to help the audience to learn and grow their business. Huge kudos to Tim Ferriss, who only have 40 minutes in the morning decided to come back in the evening and spent 2 hours with us! He was cool, genuine and I am grateful for his time and ideas.

Please bare with me, here is long list of people I couldn’t thank enough:
Andrzej Buszko
Stewart Hsu
Calle Anderson
Steffany Boldrini
Carol Chui
Allie Covarrubias
Elon Danziger
Maya Desai
Jim Dowling
Edison Guerra
Toshie Hayakawa
Carlos R Hernandez
Omer Khawar
Katherina Kulesova
Wai Lin Liao
Cindy Lin
Stephen Miller
Kimberly Pointer
Patrick Schwerdtfeger
Hubert Siu
Tim Wagner
Karen Walker-Tunoa
Alaia Williams
Sheenie Yuen
Allen Weinberg
Stu Carty
Nicole Nicolay
Rick Richon
Stephan Spencer
Ann Evanston
Ian Grffin
Pam Strayer
George Wright
Gwyneth Borden
Udi Chatow
Mark O’Leary
Janna Linsenmayer
Paul Jensen
Christine Comaford
Jim Carrillo
Hazel Grace Dircksen
Yaniv Bensadon
Alex Craddock
Megan Casey
Scott Heiferman
Dan McComb
Nish Nadaraj
Kelly O’Neil
Scott Sigler
Jason Billingsley
Adriana Gascoigne
Chris Pareja
Elsa Chang
Angie Chang
Cesar Plata
Vincent Lauria
Jack Mardack
Christian Perry
Nancy Tubbs
Myles Weissleder

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3 Responses to “Do What You Do Well”

  1. on 28 Oct 2008 at 2:28 pm

    Tim was great! And it was the first time he’d done anything in SF, so that was even more cool. I have to thank Edith for creating such an inventive and inspiring day! And to the speakers and hosts: well done! And Allie, you need to do this more often. You are a natural on stage.

  2. on 29 Oct 2008 at 6:09 am

    Edith, you did a great job organizing BizTechDay. No pitches, just great content. People are still talking about it. Congratulations!

  3. on 29 Oct 2008 at 11:44 am

    Thanks Edith for the mention :) It was an honor to participate and thanks again! Looking forward to 09!


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