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Self-Caring Successfully

Living through a pandemic makes the head spin. We’re experiencing high levels of fear for ours, and our loved ones’, health and safety, have a financial anxiety over the economy for ourselves/the community/our company/the world, while also being thrown into a situation where we suddenly have to adapt to completely (for most) new working conditions far away from our office with regular routines and co-workers, to a far less ideal workplace in our home.

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What’s the Big Idea about Ideas

Have you ever lost your train of thought mid-ride? Instead of barreling full speed ahead into your brilliant proclamation, something else popped up. Suddenly, your enthusiasm was replaced with the panicked urgency of thinking (often out loud) “crap, crap, crap, what was I literally JUST thinking!?!?”

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Creating Creativity

As a mother, wife and business owner, I often find myself at the end of either of these two spectrums. A.) a very controlled tightly run ship which is basically running on autopilot or B.) surrounded by missing socks, forgotten lunches and a surge of business productivity.

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Successful Streaming

“Can you hear me now?” the catch phrase capturing the annoying lack of cell phone coverage is, in current times, replaced with “Can you see me now?” (Followed by “What about now? I can see you…wait where did you go…?”) of the virtual meeting era.

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The Checklist Manifesto

Maintaining a standard base recipe for your secret sauce as event planners can help you stay out of the weeds when it comes to the fun details, and help keep you organized. Creating an ultimate checklist however can improve efficiencies, help you make more money and definitely save you time.

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The Ultimate Virtual Swag Bag Guide

While your attendees probably aren’t counting on you to gift them with a new luxury car or a yacht trip, it is still pretty much standard nowadays to provide a nice swag/goodie bag to those who attend your event.

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Ticketing a Virtual Event

In extreme cases, like in the immediate aftermath of the COVID shut down, yes, it is altruistic, and much appreciated, for events to be free to commune, commiserate and learn from one another. Barring this, you should be charging for your events.

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