Americas Tour Scholarship Opportunity

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Written by DJ Fuji         Topics: General

DJ Fuji speaks to the DC Lair

It’s been a few weeks now since returning home to California and I feel like I’ve barely managed to make a dent in this pile of email that accumulated during my travels. The count for unread email should NEVER be in the 4-figure range. But I digress. If you’ve emailed me and haven’t heard back, rest assured, I’m working on it. If it’s of an urgent nature, of course, send me another email or give me a call.

For those of you who came to see Nick and I speak on my Americas Tour, thank you for the support and especially to those of you who lent a hand along the way with rides, places to stay, etc. The tour was once again an unforgettable experience meeting hundreds of motivated guys, making new friends, seeing new places, and just experiencing all that life has to offer. Over 15 cities in 30 days including 3 in South America and two in the Caribbean.

In the next few weeks I’ll be posting pictures, video, and a few articles I wrote while on the road. Stay tuned for that.

In the mean time, I wanted to clarify some things on the scholarship opportunity since I’ve been getting a lot of emails on it.

The scholarship is a full, 3-day boot camp (valued at $3000) that will be awarded to the applicant who has put in the most effort and worked the hardest at implementing the things I spoke about during the Americas Tour. What that also means is that eligibility for this opportunity is restricted to people who attended a live presentation and who signed onto the roster so that I could verify their attendance.

Now if you’re one of those lucky people who are eligible, here’s how to apply (if you haven’t already):

Send me ONE email (email address: djfuji/at/ with everything you’ve been doing for the last month. You can include descriptions, field reports, audio recording, video recording, pictures, essays (on why you deserve this) or anything else you can think of. If you’re sending larger files, please do NOT attach them to the email. Host them on a website (e.g. dropbox’s public folders) and include the URL in your email. Some of you guys have already sent me 20 emails each with 5 meg attachments. With hundreds of people competing for this, that’s going to slam my inbox pretty hard.

For those of you who have already sent in your reports, congratulations for being on top of things.You may send additional information if you’d like, but please keep it to ONE additional email.

I obviously won’t be able to personally respond to each application but I will be reading all of them. I will be announcing the winner on this site (Don’t worry, I won’t use your real name) once I read through all these reports and make my final decision.

Good luck to everyone.

P.S. Based on some of the feedback that I’ve been getting, Brad’s Sticking Point Analysis Quiz which I posted about a few days ago turned out to be pretty interesting for a lot of you. Brad just posted a new free PDF on the website which goes over the process of identifying your core sticking points and isolating their root cause. I went through it a few hours ago and it’s really spot on. Big kudos to Brad for putting out solid content that I actually recommend. (Not a hater but I’m not easily impressed) Take a look at the PDF here.

(Full disclosure: Brad’s upcoming Guru BlackBook is a product I provided (free) content and coaching for. I was not compensated for it although I am a member of his affiliate program. My opinions, however, are otherwise unbiased. My recommendation is based on my current observations and my personal involvement in the product. It is therefore subject to change.).

Posted on October 28, 2010