21 Steps to Planning and Hosting the Perfect Event

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000026_00005]Are you getting ready for a big event?  Do you have to plan the whole thing?  You better read this first.  If you follow Diana’s simple tips the stress will melt away.  Just imagine standing in the midst of an amazing and perfectly orchestrated event!  Anyone can plan an event, but not everyone will do it stress free and make it spectacular!

Diana’s 21 steps will teach you the most important ingredients for creating a successful event.   You don’t want to plan a boring event; you must have a fun and unique experience.  If you want an event that will be unforgettable then you need to start right here!  Diana takes away the guesswork and gives you an outline so that you will succeed.  You will be amazed at how easy it is to create a unique and successful event once you know the 21 steps behind every successful event!

Diana has planned extraordinary birthday parties, weddings, charity events, fundraisers and political events.  It’s not rocket science, but there is a formula.  Diana shares it all in this 21 book!

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About the Author

For years, I have been organizing and holding events of various kinds.  Some were for friends, some were for charities and community causes, and some were just for fun.   There are secrets to creating the perfect event that I share in this book.  If I had to name the top three, I would say:  organization, communication and follow-through (yes I know you thought I would give you a third rhyming word but find-the-best-location-and-avoid-frustration was too long).

If you follow the steps outlined in this book, you will find that creating the perfect event is not as difficult as you thought.   If your event involves charities and you need to talk to sponsors about donations, then you need to read Steps 11and 12 carefully.

 Some of these steps may seem redundant and even silly, but once you have produced your first event, you will understand why they are included.  You will be glad you followed them (or miserable that you ignored them).

And lastly, have fun.  You are creating an occasion for people to get together to celebrate, honor or otherwise enjoy themselves.   So enjoy yourself too!   You can be organized and still have a good time.

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