So many women dream of becoming an event planner, but when they finally get the clients they worked so hard to impress, they start stressing out.
Creating a workback schedule, finding the right vendors, ongoing client meetings, creating an event budget, building an event team, and impressing your client along the way all become your top priority.
Wasn’t working for yourself supposed to be rewarding, giving you more time to spend with your friends and family, work with people you love and be in charge of making the money you deserve to have in your bank account?
As someone who has planned events and worked from a desk for most of my adult life, I understand the pressure associated with planning multiple events simultaneously and I’ve felt the pressure to create new (and interesting) twists that keep event attendees engaged.
I certainly haven’t mastered the art of how to stop stressing out while planning an event, but after years of practicing mediation and yoga I am getting better at it!
A New Twist To Planning an Event
In today’s episode of EventPlanning BlueprintTV, Sarah Vaynerman from Work from Om, shares some simple techniques to strop stressing out while planning an event and how her business helps you add a new twist to an old conference or event you’re planning.
Now I’d love to hear from you. In the comments below, share how you stop stressing out while planning an event? Do you have a tip or two that you will share with our event planning community? Thanks so much for sharing your stress reduction techniques! Have an amazing (and stress free ;-)) week,
P.S. Do you know another event planner who needs to chill out? Share this post with her because it might be exactly what she needs to experience a little relaxation today. 🙂