Message Exposure

I really liked this week. The powerpoint discussed basic questions to ask yourself in evaluating your business plan and its success/future improvement.

Was it….

•Adequately planned?
•Message(s) understood?
•How could strategy have been more effective?
•Audiences reached?
•Objectives achieved?
•What was unforeseen?
•Budget met?
•Future improvements?

All of these are great questions to squeeze every bit of profit and knowledge out of your event! What could have been done better? How was the venue? What was the overall feel of the audience post message? What could we do to cut some costs? All of these questions are encompassed in that list which is great to have compiled for a future event in planning, production, and post-production.

You have to plan for the unexpected. Learning to roll with the punches and doing a serious evaluation of yourself will help you be objective and critical of your event to make it even better next time. You can’t be scared to improve or change the way things are in order to boost your event.


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I like to think of this blog as a beautiful connection between my life, personal convictions, and daily whims to whoever takes a moment to pause and read- even if it's only to myself re-reading it a few months later. Too many things keep expression trapped inside of us, and it's such a necessary element of life - to self-express and to see emotion released in its rawest, most authentic form. Writing allows us to do that - to take the time to articulate exactly what we feel or what we don't quite understand but must speak out.
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