Begin with your inspiration | Paul
What is your inspiration?
What drives you to work endlessly with little to no effort & devote hours on end without ever noticing that the day slipped away from you?
If you are able to answer those two questions the hard part of planning a conference, retreat, or seminar is almost complete.
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to spend several years learning how to organize and plan for successful speaking and teaching events and what I learned on the job those first few years was that event day success and participant engagement depended on the amount of detail and preparation that preceded the actual day.
I put these lessons I learned down on paper so that those of you who are planning your first or maybe your next event can have the opportunity to be a little further down the path than I was . I'll share a few of my past struggles and failures along the way. (BTW there were more than a few....) The Guide is linked below. Best of luck.
Guide to Successful Planning
First Day- Early/Mid-afternoon group interaction:
We'll also cover:
Signage, Identification & Safety
Financing and Attendee Fee
Speaker Instructions & Expectations
Host Site Pre-Course Summary Letter