Four Reasons to Do a Live Event

Whether you are a teacher, a leader, an artist or you just long to interact with people there are four reasons to do a live event.

  1.  A live event is a great way to become a perceived authority in your niche. Teach your passion. Help others to succeed in the area where you have had success. Become the “go-to” person for information in your area of expertise. This helps to establish you as an authority.

2. A live event can be one of several things, and you can pick the option that works best for you. If you like webinars, then this is an option. If you enjoy face to face contact, then a workshop or seminar is a good option as well. If you like even more interaction and want to meet large groups of people, then hosting a conference may be the right thing. A live event can be many things, so give one or all of them a try.

3. Live events are motivating. There is something dynamic that happens in the presence of many people. There is a certain energy. There is a sense of common interest. The ideas that are generated, supported and affirmed are valuable.

4. You develop connections. Connections are critical to surviving in our current culture. You need to be able to network with other like-minded people and live events help make that happen.

Whatever your niche, I encourage you to consider doing a live event. Live events are just one segment of my personal goals in 2014. Leadercast Owatonna will be the second live event for me this year, and I encourage you to get your tickets today if you are in Southern Minnesota. In fact the early bird price will expire this Tuesday the 19th, so get them soon before the price goes up!

Consider doing a live event of some kind, whether it’s a how-to class, an informational workshop or hosting a conference. It’s a great way to connect with people and it just may help you get your business off to a great start! So enjoy the video, check out the Leadercast Owatonna page and let’s go live!


About The Author

Duane Rockensock

Duane (Rocky) Rockensock is a husband, a dad, and the National Reconditioning Manager for AmeriGas Propane. Since he was a teenager, Duane has loved hearing the stories of how people have started creative businesses or found ways to use their talents to accomplish amazing things. For that reason he started this blog to encourage teens and adults to find their purpose and to provide the tools and resources to make that happen!