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Welcome 2015! This is another year – a year of new challenges and mountains to climb.
For event managers like me, we are pretty excited to create, produce and manage events.
Just this morning, a student interviewed me and asked me if event management is an easy job. I told her my principle in life, “all jobs are difficult, but a job that you love doing becomes easy.”
So here are my 5 New Year’s resolutions as an event manager.
1. Attend more International Events
Attending international events expose me to different ideas and allow me to discover the latest trends abroad that I can apply
in my own events.
2. Guide and Train my Event Partners
No man is an island and this holds true in events management. I have a lot of young staff under me that I consider
partners in making an event successful. I will train them harder this year and
create curriculums that will suit their individual needs. The more they become
successful, the more I become successful. Training is the key.
3. Serve my loyal clients more
Loyal clients contribute to 80% of our income and growth. I will give them the utmost care and create packages that will give them more value
to their money. I will always wanted them to say to us, “Exlinkevents gives value to our investment.”
4. Create Trailblazing Events
We will create more of these events this year just wait and see.
5. Learn, Unlearn and Relearn
In an industry that is in a constant flux, we cannot relax so this year I am scheduled to enroll and learn different disciplines that will help me become a better leader and event manager.
As I have learned recently, “It Never Gets Easy You Just Get Better.”
Happy New Year Event Managers!