Last night was the premiere screening of Living Dot Com. The movie features me and other entrepreneurs who have achieved the Dot Com Lifestyle.
The screening was held in Beverly Hills at the Writers Guild Theater, and all 497 seats were sold out. The premiere featured a walk on the red carpet, the screening itself, a question and answer session with the people featured in the film, and an after party at the Beverly Hilton hotel.
Living Dot Com shows how a different approach to work must be taken in this new economy in order to succeed. Jobs maybe disappearing but, for many reason discussed in the movie, there has never been an easier or better time to start a business. Creativity is king as many tasks that were expensive (and good jobs) in the past are now low cost due to automation and outsourcing.
This documentary gives an intimate look into the lives of super successful Internet entrepreneurs. You will discover how it is now possible to earn over a million dollars a year online, work from the beach during winters, close deals while at a BBQ, or run a business from an IPhone. This new wave of enterprisers truly leverage technology to live a 21st century lifestyle or, as we call it, the “Dot Com Lifestyle.”
It was great to see a full house of nearly 500 people showing up for the premiere. The feedback was amazing. Everyone I talked to loved the movie. Thanks to Michael Bayer for producing it, and special thanks to ClickBank for sponsoring the after party.