I have just returned from four days in Bournemouth at the most fantastic conference. It was organised by marketing 'guru' Andrew Reynolds to raise money for Great Ormond Street - and it did. Over £400,000! It was a sell out with over three and a half thousand people and i'm glad that i played my part in making it a success. When successful people take the time to share their secrets it's a good idea to listen to them and take note. I know, and so do they, that probably 95% of those people will take very little action or probably no action at all. So out of 3500 only 175 will take significant action. I wonder why that is? Could it be their belief systems sabotaging their efforts?