You know a virtual summit is a great way to grow your email list, boost revenue, and get your name out there, but how do you fit it in along with an already busy side-hustle?
It's all about how you manage your time.
Today, Kari Roberts is here to share how she hosted a summit without stressing herself out as a side-hustler and how you can do it too.
Her 3-step process is about to make your summit prep go a whole lot more smoothly!
I’ll let Kari take it from here!
When it comes to making time for a virtual summit as a side-hustler, you'll need to get creative as well as be super clear on your priorities.
For example, before I decided to host a summit I started a podcast. To make it work in my limited free time, I decided to:
When it came to my summit I did less prioritizing and made my business a bigger priority in my life for a short time.
Before I began summit planning, I didn’t work my side-hustle during nights or weekends. But while I was putting the summit together I chose to use that time to get things done.
I also took on fewer clients and used the time I would have focused on my clients, to focus on summit planning instead.
When planning a summit, while maximizing your limited time, there are 3 steps to take:
When you're adding a big project to a side-hustle, it all comes down to making a realistic plan that you can follow.
Look at the other things you’re doing in the time you have available. Set your summit hosting goals and make yourself a plan with extra wiggle room.
From there, create a plan and take it one day at a time.
Kari Roberts is a business coach for women who have full-time jobs and want to start or grow their service-based businesses. She helps them figure out time management and systems that allow them to grow their business while still having enough time and energy for work, business, and home life.
Her business advice has been featured on VoyageATL Magazine, The Rising Tide Society, The Speak to Scale Podcast, Creative at Heart Conference, and more. Kari is the host of the Side Hustle Freedom Podcast and the creator and host of Overwhelmed to Organized the Summit.
When she isn’t being a “serial helper” through one of her businesses she enjoys watching sports with her husband, walking in the park with her 2 dogs, listening to podcasts, sampling tasty bourbons, and catching up on reality TV.
Learn how much time to set aside for planning and launching your profitable, stress-free online summit and use my calculator to set the due dates for you.