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Hi there planners, I figured I will start the week the same way I ended it last week because the message of Rest is essential. But for this weekend, I want to remind you to rest but also enjoy yourself, it is time to Relax And Enjoy.
Finding time to rest is vital but also finding time to do things you enjoy is equally as important. Growing up I was always told, "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." I am not sure who jack is but you get where I am going with this. Finding time to do something you love helps to infuse joy in your life and it also boosts your creativity.
Spending quality time with my husband and kids is one of those things that I do to RAE, I also love just laying down watching a romantic movie or two. Sometimes I love to seat and journal and other times I love to take a long walk in my neighborhood.
Whatever you do, make sure this weekend you prioritize time to rest, Relax And Enjoy.
I can't believe it is already December, 2020 is almost gone. I know since the start of the year a lot of the rhetoric has been "throw 2020 away" well it is almost gone. But not so fast we have 31 days to go and I want you to make it count.
This is officially engagement season and it is time for you to get to work and start having consultations with newly engaged couples. Are you prepared to do this? How are you positioning yourself to attract new clients? If you need help in this regard I have a discount on the marketing and advertising bundle you can access today at a discount. Today is the last day for the discount so take advantage of it today.
I really want to see you win, so I am offering you a free download of 36 questions to ask an engaged couple on your first consultation. You can get this today for free by clicking the link HERE
Happy Monday Planners, let's make the end of the year count.
When I started out as an event planner I took some courses. One of the things my instructor said was after a major event you need to "Rest." At that time I did not fully grasp all of what she was saying but as I have continued on in my career I have come to appreciate her advice.
Rest is a vital part of being successful as a planner. It is important to take a day after planning a major event to rest and recuperate. You owe it to yourself and your clients to be fully prepared for the next event ahead. When you rest, not only will you be rejuvenated but you will also think more clearly. Depending on where you are in your business you might not have the privilege of resting after every single event especially in the height of the wedding season with back to back events.
To some rest might look like sleeping most of the next day, to others rest might be spending time with family and loved ones, to others rest might be catching up on T.V. shows, to others, it might be...