Wed, 10 April 2013
Hosting a seminar can be expensive, risky, stressful, and the source of many potential headaches. So why on earth would you want to host your own seminar?
I can think of 5 good reasons. And in this episode we'll examine them.
Here's what else is up in this week's podcast episode:
Tip Of The Week
There are 3 good reasons to simplifying your business.
What's the most concrete way God can help you in your business?
When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth, for he will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he will speak, and he will declare to you the things that are to come.
How does God answer or speak to us? Some ways…
The quickest way to get an answer from God is to (1) ask and then (2) listen. Try it!
Lifestyle Business Segment
Feature Segment: 5 Great Reasons To Host a Seminar
I have hosted quite a few of my own events over the years. This past week, I just completed my most ambitious seminar to date. It included a crew for running the administrative side of the seminar, and audiovisual team that handled all of the video, music, microphones, lighting, etc. Several guest speakers. Getting people to show up for the seminar. And a host of other details. It was mega stressful. I also felt compelled to do it, and I'm not sorry for a minute.
After having been through this taxing experience more than once, one might ask me the question, “why on earth would you put yourself through this, Ray?”
I can think of at least five good reasons why it's great to do your own seminars.
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 4:10am PDT