Free $600 ticket to Monday’s MasterClass (San Francisco)

Next Monday, March 30th, I’m teaching my full day course on how to lead and manage breakthrough projects in San Francisco.

(UPDATE) Winner was announced yesterday.

There are only a few seats left, but as a perk I get one golden ticket to give away – So here’s your chance.

For reference, highlights of the course include:

  • A top rated, world class, fun, interactive heavy kick-ass full day course
  • Skill development for creative leaders on important projects
  • Tools for developing, managing and executing on big ideas
  • High energy, fast paced, minimal bs agenda (full agenda listed here).
  • Interactive lessons on creative thinking & management from the great innovators of all time
  • Covers material and exercises that go well beyond what’s in my books
  • Free consulting or Q&A with me over email after the course
  • A signed copy of the bestseller, The Myths of Innovation

If you’re in the SF area, or will be on Monday, and want a shot at a $600 ticket, leave a comment. I’ll pick one lucky winner for FREE entry to the course.

How to enter:

1. Leave a comment
2. Wait (and cross your fingers)
3. Winner chosen end of day Wednesday

If you don’t want to gamble, registration details for the course are here. Use the promo code berkunproj25 to get 25% off.

20 Responses to “Free $600 ticket to Monday’s MasterClass (San Francisco)”

  1. Satosh

    Hello – I just saw this:

    If you’re in the SF area, or will be on Monday, and want a shot at a $600 ticket, leave a comment. I’ll pick one lucky winner for FREE entry to the course.

    How to enter:

    1. Leave a comment
    2. Wait
    3. Winner chosen end of day Wednesday
    I would be interested in the seminar in SF.


  2. Nat

    Oh man! I’m feeling lucky.

  3. Winner

    I was thinking of going anyway, but free would certainly make the decision easier!

  4. Jimster

    (finger and toes crossed)

  5. Cindy

    Would love to attend
    Lean startup has no budget
    I comment and hope

  6. Ann-Marie Moore

    Yes!…anxiously waiting

  7. Brandie

    Are you picking a comment by random or is it based on who has the wittiest comment or campaign to get the ticket?

    Either way count me in for the gold ticket give away!

    1. Scott

      Brandy: Hmmm. I’m open to campaigns ;)

      I can promise it will be, at minimum, mostly random though.

  8. Alain

    Very interested in this topic and eager to learn more about it. Will be very honored to be selected.

  9. Chris O'Brien

    I’d love to attend. I’d even sing the Oompah Loompah song if it helped my chances.

  10. Ian

    I hope I can win! I bought a copy of the first edition of TAoPM when it came out. I really enjoyed it and would really enjoy taking the class.

  11. Brandie

    When will the winner of the golden ticket be announced? and when will you stop accepting comments to be accepted for the give away?

  12. Eliad Goldwasser

    I just found this through a link on

    Should I or shouldn’t I be a good team member and let others colleagues know about your promotion? this is the question :)

  13. Mukesh

    Hello Scott,

    As a product manager at a web startup, I deal with most of the issues mentioned in the agenda on a daily basis – whether it is how to create more creative environment or managing organizational politics of change. I think I can definitely learn a lot at this session and would highly appreciate the Golden ticket :)


  14. Silona

    I would like to attend because I run a 501c3 Called the league of tech voters and I deal often with innovation. However I would like to understand better how to effectively manage it.

    I previously pitched the concept of a Transparent Federal Budget to Bill Bradley 3yrs ago. Thankfully my meme idea of having it done on a paragraph by paragraph basis made it up the ranks due to Bill’s Support but funding wasn’t obtained. But I would also like to learn how to make similar ideas sustainable and perhaps make it…

    I have done several very high end pitches and feel the biggest obstacle I have to surmount is the tactics and planning portions.

    Thank you!

  15. Christopher Hastings


    I’m not in the SF area, but if you know of a golden ticket for a distance course that is at a student price, I’d love that more than words can express.

    Thanks for your work.


  16. David

    Innovation is essential….I am very interested…..


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