Success, achieving success, personal success, professional success, overcome procrastination,millionaires, proven strategies for success, goals, action plansAfter attending a seminar in Las Vegas this past weekend on achieving personal and professional success, I walked away with a plethora of time-tested tools that can be applied immediately. Many of the presenters were “self-made” millionaires, as I’m not talking about someone who inherited it or married into it.These individuals, through grit, determination and calculated risk did it on their own. Here are seven proven strategies guaranteed to dramatically improve your happiness, and help you in achieving success in any area of your life, if you apply them.
I’m too old/young: Colonel Sanders was in his eighties when he began his Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. Anne Frank was a young girl when she wrote her diary which is still published and read to this very day throughout the world.
If your non profit’s budget is tight, try creating a “Star Sponsorship” and going after larger companies to back your bringing a “Star” to your event.
Also, consider that the time you spend is very valuable and you want to make sure that everything runs smoothly within it. There is less room for errors at this point so everyone must keep to their schedules and meet every deadline. The motivational guest speaker knows that having a committee run a group will only lead to deformations in the ranks. One person with full authority is the best option to consider for maintaining order with large groups.
When you interview a corporate keynote speaker event planner, pay as much attention to the questions that they ask as to the answers that they give. A professional will ask questions designed to gauge exactly what YOU want to accomplish with your event so that they can translate your vision into the spectacular event that you have in mind.
In the case of using your own equipment, something could break down at the last minute. In that case you want a rental company that offers next day or even same-day service. Have a plan in case things go wrong, because something usually will at some point. If you have equipment but you’re not sure if it’s up to the task, you should contact a rental company right away and get the right equipment.
Launching sometime in the near future will be WordPress.tv which will be a video site with screencasts that will show WordCamp videos including key speakers. This service will be searchable, include tags, and will also include HD video content.