Self-doubt tends to make it's way to the front of your mind when it comes time to host a virtual summit. And I know this because even though I am here teaching you about virtual summits, I've struggled with the same exact thing.
Today, we are going to cover things like how I struggled with self-doubt before my first summit, how that self-doubt really compared to reality, what moving past...
Is your online summit accessible to the deaf community? Probably not, but it's not difficult to change that.
We're chatting with Erin Perkins to talk about what her experience with summits has been like as a deaf business owner, what you can do to make your summit accessible, and what to do if you don't think you have anyone deaf in your audience.
We'll let Erin take it from here!
Your summit presentations might be full of great information and actionable, but do they create transformations?
In this episode featuring Jessica Rasdall, of the Creative Speakers Podcast, we go over just how transformational your presentations can be - both as a host and as a presenter.
We'll cover tips specifically for summit speakers, including how to choose the right speaking topic, how...
Your speakers are a huge part of the success of your virtual summit. As you’ll find after running your first summit, having engaged virtual summit speakers means having engaged attendees.
And, taking it a step further, the more engaged attendees are, the more signups you’ll get, the more sales you’ll make, and the bigger impact you’ll make.
With that being said, if you...
Want to hear "yes" more than "no" when pitching virtual summit speakers? I know I do!
Pitching can be tricky and it's intimidating to sit and wonder what kind of response you'll get.
Today, we'll make sure you get a whole lot of positive responses by covering:
Have you ever heard someone on a soapbox about how virtual summits don't work? Yeah me too.
And hosting a summit with the wrong speaker lineup is a big reason why many people come to that conclusion.
Let's talk about choosing speakers that will get both you and them results. And don't worry, it's simple!
It's tempting to pitch whoever...
An issue I've noticed with many virtual summits is the fact that you can look at a speaker lineup and everyone tends to look the same.
I'm not here to point fingers - I've been guilty of it myself and actually got called out for it by an attendee who I really appreciate now, even though I didn't at the time.
To lead this conversation, I interviewed Nichole Beiner to talk about how we can work...
Pitching speakers can bring up a lot of uncertainty. Will they say yes? What will they think of me and my event?
The truth is, pitching is a whole lot easier when you've taken a little time to connect with potential speakers first.
Today, we'll cover why I recommend making connections before pitching, whether you really have to do it, and a simple strategy for creating those connections....
You know you want to host a virtual summit. You've chosen your topic, know your goals, and now it's time to choose your speakers.
You might start brainstorming and come up with 10-15 pretty easily. But then you realize that you don't know who else would make a good fit.
This is a common struggle. It's hard to fill 20+ speaker spots with quality and diverse presenters without having to do some...
I get all kinds of doubt-filled questions from those thinking of hosting a virtual summit for the first time. One of the most popular is something like, “Can I host a virtual summit if I don't have an email list?” or "Can I host a virtual summit with a tiny email list?"
If you're wondering the same thing, you're in luck. The short answer is: no email list, no problem!
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.