Domainer epic fail as TRAFFIC attendant fails to utilize Joseph McClendon’s Keynote Speech

On day #2 of TRAFFIC Las Vegas, keynote speaker Joseph McClendon III gave a superb presentation to an active and highly participating group of domainers.

Known for his unique brand of leadership, presentation style, humor and passion for living, Joseph McClendon III offered both beginner and seasoned domainers the opportunity to strengthen their self-esteem with regards to handling their personal and business fears.

In particular, Joseph McClendon III emphasized how it’s through the “interruption of fear” that a person automates the mechanics of success, at both personal and professional level.

His example of how he once woke up on a plane with a busted engine – having fallen asleep right before takeoff – only to find panic and chaos onboard from screaming passengers, made the point that his reaction was to scream: “Hey! Cut it out! Everything is going to be alright!

Joseph McClendon’s example was applauded extensively. Mimi Duboski, from Tampa, Florida that attended TRAFFIC’s class was truly impressed. She took detailed notes and decided to follow to the letter the advice of the great teacher, Joseph McClendon III.

On the way home, Mimi Duboski’s plane engaged severe weather, including strong winds that caused the Boeing 757 to swing like a paper plane. The force of the winds was so intense that Mimi Duboski immediately remembered the words of the Joseph McClendon III and decided to interrupt her fear and that of her fellow passengers.

She was about to stand up and scream out “Hey! Cut it out! Everything is going to be alright!” when the plane took a very abrupt dive that sent her directly onto the plane ceiling, screaming “OMG! Shit! Shit! We’re gonna die!” – hitting herself on the head and getting knocked unconscious. Luckily, the plane got out of the bumpy weather soon after.

Morale of the story: if you plan to be a hero and interrupt your fear, make sure your safety belt is on. Things that sound great at seminars might have a different implementation in life and are not meant to be taken literally.

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3 Responses to “Domainer epic fail as TRAFFIC attendant fails to utilize Joseph McClendon’s Keynote Speech”
  1. Shane says:

    He was too skinny for me to take him seriously. Great leaders never weigh under 130 pounds

  2. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    He was not bad, in my opinion. I think he combined a good amount of humor with the usual gamut of motivational mumbo-jumbo.

  3. Shane says:

    I’m just playing. He was good, an excellent speaker. Complete command of a room is a wonderful skill and he had it.

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