I know what it's like to get a big idea and want to do it, like, yesterday. For a lot of business owners, a virtual summit is one of those big ideas.
With that initial excitement comes disappointment when they hear that I recommend a 90-day timeline for planning and launching a summit.
From there, I tend to hear, "Well...can I host a virtual summit in less than 90 days?"
Let's break that...
There are a lot of tasks that go into hosting a virtual summit and one of the best ways to lighten the load is to outsource where you can. To help, today we're covering what to outsource in your virtual summit.
Specifically, we'll cover whether you have to outsource, what the summit dream team looks like, what I recommend you do and don't outsource, and how I create systems for my team to...
Dreaming of hosting a summit, but don't have the time to make it happen?
You're not alone! This is one of the biggest struggles I hear from up-and-coming summit hosts. You know a summit will skyrocket your revenue, email list, expert status, and industry connections, but your business is already too busy.
I'm breaking down my simple strategy to make a summit fit seamlessly into your business.
Overwhelmed with trying to plan your virtual summit? I get it!
So many people begin the summit planning process and struggle to get past the first few steps because they end up overwhelmed by the entire process.
To help, we're going to break down 4 steps to avoiding overwhelm in your summit planning and creating a timeline you can actually stick to.
Wondering how you can possibly make time for a summit when your schedule is already full? I've brought in Ashley Gartland to cover 3 simple steps for making room for a summit without overwhelm.
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.