This is how I stay sharp.

June 18, 2019

 

One of the things I do to stay sharp as an event space owner is to continue to work as a contract event planner and project manager. 

 

Currently, I’m knee deep in planning the annual World Domination Summit. I know it sounds ominous…it's quite the opposite. It’s a gathering of people from all over the world that are looking to dominate the world with goodness. The event is centered around these three values: Community, Adventure and Service. And one of the main questions we are looking to answer is this: how do you live a remarkable life in a conventional world?

 

I'm grateful to be a part of this amazing planning team. What I love about this work is learning and expanding my knowledge of how to create meaningful experiences for people. Yes, this a conference for 1,000 people, but many of tenants for creating great attendee experiences are the same for a 10-person team offsite. 

  • Always put the attendees first. 

  • Find ways to bring delight to each experience.

  • Create a space that is designed for the outcome the group is looking to achieve.

  • Give your attendees the opportunity to learn something. 

  • Create opportunities to create community and foster open communication.

  • Host your event in a location that inspires and gives the attendees the opportunity to change their perspective. 

  • Encourage attendees to get up, move and interact with the outside world. 

  • Provide or give access to food that is as delicious as it is nourishing. 

  • Schedule intentional downtime so your people can recharge. 

  • And most importantly, give lots of opportunity for fun and play. 

Do you have a favorite event you’ve attended? What event and what was it that made it your favorite?

 

I’d love to give you tour of my space and see how I’m integrating what I learn from WDS into the Peach Cheesecake Ranch. Email me and let’s set up a visit. 


 

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