If you are hosting an event, it’s important your soul is fed and nourished in the process.
Many peeps are scared of hosting events—especially those of us who are introverts. We think that we are going to leave the event absolutely wiped out and exhausted.
But guess what? That doesn’t have to be the case at all!
There are many “things” you can put in place so that when you are hosting events, YOUR soul is nourished, too. As an event host, this is really important.
Here’s a brief list:
++Frequent breaks throughout the day.
++Long lunch hours where you get alone time to recharge.
++A personal assistant who reminds you to drink water, pee, and energetically replenish!
++Interactive content and teaching so that you don’t have to be “on” the whole time.
I am an expert at running a multi-six figure company MY OWN WAY—and I help peeps do this for their brands, too. Your energy and nourishment is important—we need to take care of it AND help you make an impact you want to make in the world.
How are you nourishing your soul in your business? I’d love to know!
Here are 4 ways I can help you grow your business:
- Join The Confident Expert™ Program.
This is our flagship program helping coaches and consultants around the globe make more money and impact by being EXACTLY who they already are. How freeing is that?!? We call this #JoyfulMarketing. Check out the program and apply here.
- Attend an in-person event.
Live events, when done correctly, transform so many pieces of you and your biz. Live events are my JAM — and I’d love to host you at an upcoming event! We’ve got a killer lineup…and you are invited!
- Work with me 1:1 in a VIP Experience.
Mentorship changes you. So does kickass business and marketing strategy. Let’s work together to get you better results in your business. And remember, “If it ain’t joyful, we ain’t doin’ it!” Simply schedule a Marketing Audit to get the convo started!
- Join Marketing For Thought Leaders and connect with other business owners.
This is our Facebook group where smart entrepreneurs show up to commune in a like-minded, like-hearted community.