Want people to feel welcome, seen, and heard at your event?
You're the type of event planner who deeply cares about your audience. You understand that the most precious gift that someone can give you is their time. That's beautiful–– and rare. A big ol' Internet high five to you, my friend!
Of course, that's also easier said than done.
How do you create an event culture that people are excited to experience–– and return to? More importantly, how do you make a genuine community around your creation?
Enter: me. My passion is creating spaces for people to connect and have vulnerable conversations. As the founder of Hustle Fest, a conference for people who want to go from full-time to freelance, and the co-creator of Balanced, a meditation and conversation group in NYC, I've led hundreds of people in conversation and organized dozens of events. And as the creator of The Joy List–– a newsletter that features events in NYC that promote connection, vulnerability, and playfulness–– I've also attended hundreds more.
After all this time in event land, I've learned a few simple ways to make sure your guests feel appreciated.