@Quasi- Thanks for the suggestions. I actually started on a full book a while back, but admittedly having the time to push through has been an issue. Realizing how difficult a full book is, I outlined 3 smaller E-books this past Spring, and once me and my 'web-guy' finish updating my site, I'll have them available on there this Fall.
I certainly have no interest in running a forum, and while I do participate on other sites, have always viewed TN as my online home in terms of my contributions. A few things on our lists of things to do though include a weekly Q&A column (monthly if my other commitments get too heavy), possibly some short videos (I have no interest in making some of those really long rambling ones that many of the you-tube-'experts' like to make), and maybe (MAYBE) as so many people have asked me about the t-shirts and hats I give my contest prep clients, I may offer them for sale.
With this particular seminar though, I get the impression that they may be viewing it more as an introduction and PR piece as they expressed interest in me being the "nutrition guy" for their athletes. As so many Pros train there, and so many college and high school coaches work with them as well, the goal isn't for me to teach everyone there everything they need to know to maximize their training, but give such a well laid thought out approach, illustrating how having a knowledgeable approach can only help them, and see where it goes.
And yes, I am making a little Power-Point out of my outline/notes, because I've already received inquiries as to if I can send copies to a few people who can't make it, just so they can get an idea of what topics I'm covering.
@Waittz- I'm not sure if I technically own anything we film, and to be honest, I can tell you that it may not be as in depth on specific topics as some people on here may want. I had spoken to the people at the PAPC a while ago when I was doing my post-surgery rehab there, about doing a video of my progress and they didn't really jump at it.
Of course with what we've discussed, me actually handling their clients and working on some sort of consultant/referral basis, I'm sure if things work out well that they'd be more open about me making videos there. And like I mentioned briefly above, I do have the idea of putting out very short pieces once I get my site updated and expanded (and of course you guys know I share everything on here!)