I'll second Randy's vote for attending the leveraging focus and vision seminar. (Hi Randy!) (I had the opportunity to sit at Randy's table - very gratifying to meet other forum members there!)
I hadn't been to the two day seminar, just had read all the books, listened to the CDs, etc., so I can't really compare it to that seminar.
I agree that the seminar was very visual - it really put me into an intellectual/emotional zone for a day to help me sort some things out. However, the materials I felt were very good, and I still reference them from time to time and find them a very useful trigger for re-finding that zone and clicking onto a new perspective from my daily rut.
I ended up with my workbook filled with musings, brainstorms and ideas, sort of a mind dump at the 30-40,000 ft level, as well as with some techniques to use to help me manage this stuff. And my paperclip on a string. (Has anybody else saved their paperclip? I won't describe what David uses it for, as it is the finale of the workshop, but everytime I feel unpowerful I pull out my paperclip.) But I digress, sorry. I feel that the seminar was incredibly valuable, especially if you are at a point in your life where you might need a kick in the seat of the pants or a jump start or whatever you want to call it.