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8 Tips to Effective Email Management for Event Professionals

8 Tips to Effective Email Management for Event Professionals

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You’d probably be shocked to discover just how much time you’re actually spending on your emails every day: you may think it only adds up to 30 or 60 minutes each day, but the truth is, for most of us we’re spending a lot more time than that handling our emails.

And for Event Professionals, you simply don’t have time to waste: it’s imperative that you reduce the amount of time you spend dealing with emails.

Below we’ve listed 8 tips on how to (re)gain control of your Inbox and to get effective email management. Read More

10 Tools To Get More Done As An Eventprofs

10+ Tools To Get More Done As An #EventProfs

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#Eventprofs have been named one of the most stressful jobs in the world but of course, you don’t need to be told that. We all know how stressful our jobs can be and running out of time while trying to finish tasks doesn’t help anyone at all. People ask me all the time, “when do you have time for a personal life?” or “how do you get it all done?” Really there is not magic bullet to this but I thought I’d share some of my favorite things that help me get more things done as an #eventprofs. Enjoy this epic experience share from me and I hope some of what I share can help you get more done.

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How to Learn Something New, Anywhere, Anytime

How to Learn Something New, Anywhere, Anytime

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It’s human nature to want to try a lot of things. As a kid, you probably wanted to be a doctor one minute, an astronaut the next and a movie star a couple of days later. You might have grown up with an obsession in roller coasters, dinosaurs and robots, and thought that you’d probably have a job that lets you be around those things everyday. But as time passed, work got in the way and you forgot all about your passions.

But neglecting your passions is a recipe for burn out. Aside from work, you also need to feed those passions and invest in your own growth. The best way to grow a business is by growing yourself personally. And the best way to do that is by learning.

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How To Handle Rejection Like A Boss

How to Handle Rejection Like a Boss

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Rejection is never fun. But whether you like it or not, the fact remains that you will face rejection, especially as an event planner. After all, you’re in the business of dealing with people. You have to speak with potential clients, suppliers, public speakers and performers.

Things will definitely not always go your way and there are countless instances when you’ll just feel down because of all the cancelled contracts and failed negotiations. But hey, let’s not focus on the negatives here! Read More

How to Focus On Work Using Startlines Instead of Deadlines

How to Focus On Work Using Startlines Instead of Deadlines

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A good event professional is a good juggler. Many things constantly require your attention and you need to be an expert at balancing everything so that you don’t drop the ball on anything important. This is where things can get a bit tricky.

With you having to book speakers, choose performers, find the right caterers, inspect venues, and do a thousand other things, things get really challenging, really quickly. Sometimes it’s easy to just feel frustrated, thinking that you “don’t have enough time.”

Well, that idea of not having “enough time” is actually untrue. Read More

How to Help Your Super Team Prioritize Goals and Objectives

How to Help Your Super Team Prioritize Goals and Objectives

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If your office is anything like ours, it’s sure to be busy all day, every day. It can be a low-level buzz type of busy with people at their desks doing reports, blog posts and spreadsheets. Or it can be 4th of July, on-site right before an event kind of busy.

But have you ever took a step back and asked yourself: is everyone doing work the right way and reaching their goals and objectives? Their days might be filled with activity and busyness but they might be focusing on the wrong type of work, not doing work efficiently or worse, harming the company as they do their work. Read More

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