It’s something I’ve struggled with for a long time.
Whenever I get invited to an event with large groups of people, I freak out. I start making excuses about why I can’t or shouldn’t go, the back of my neck gets hot and I cross my fingers hoping that there are some smaller, more intimate events on the same night that I can attend instead.
While everyone avoids events from time to time, I had to come to terms with not being able to identify with being an extrovert or an introvert at all times and how this affected my event management business. That’s when I learned about ambiverts and how to honor my introverted side in the very busy and social world of event planning, and how to be successful despite having introverted qualities.Ambivert: have introvert and extrovert traits, but in balance. (Thanks Inc.com!)
Event Management Tips
What happens when it comes time to regroup and have some quiet time – time to yourself ?
Or, when you are tired of feeling like you have so much event expertise to offer but nobody takes notice because you’re not the loudest person in the room…
If you’re an introvert who is tired of feeling like a wallflower, these 4 event management tips in today’s episode will help you strive in the event industry.
Now, I’d love to hear from you. Do you have a quiet nature that often goes unnoticed? Share your best event management tips that have worked for you and let me know what you would add to the list. As always, thank you SO much for joining me and for sharing.
P.S. Even if you’re not in introvert, I bet you know another event planner who is…be sure to share these 4 event management tips for introverts with them! 🙂