Do You Get Paid For The Events You Plan?

Have you been planning events for years without realizing it? A lot of people who become event planners have been organizing, directing and creating for years without knowing it. Have you planned birthday parties, family reunions, bake-sales, office gatherings or charity functions, or a company event like meetings, holiday party, or recognition dinner?

Do you take advantage of free education and ideas by watching the Super Bowl half-time show or taking notes during “Survivor” to see what ideas you can incorporate into your next event?

Have you realized you’re pretty good at event planning and love it? Have you asked yourself how you can get paid for your planning talents?

Once you’ve decided that you have what it takes to be an event planner, getting started is the easy part! With this Event Planning Blueprint that includes your own how to event book, event checklist and event budget, you’ll be a pro in no time. Oh, did I mention the Blueprint helps save you time and money too?

You don’t need a background in event planning to become an expert. If you have a knack for organizing and planning, you have the basic skills required to plan your own events (and get paid)

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I used these tools to get my event business started and went on to work with companies like Honda and on huge national events that drew 30,000+ attendees. Many people said I couldn’t do it, but I’ll let you in on a little secret: I know you can become an event planner just by saying you are one!

That’s part of what makes being an event planner such a great career. In this industry, you don’t have to have a formal education or college degree, you don’t need to rent a storefront or office space, and it’s not necessary to start with inventory, equipment (except a phone and computer) or staff. This is one of the few businesses you can get into without a penny of capital. As long as you have the natural talent, integrity and determination to do this, you can, and will.

What kind of events do you plan?

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