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Sit back, lean in and learn a ton as I take you behind the scenes of my first ever Virtual Summit, which I ran on May 25-27,with the most incredible speakers from around the world.
It’s called The Monetise You Summit: 10 Ways to Earn 10K a Month and it’s still available for you to access with a VIP pass.
I learned that virtual summits, done right, are one of the most powerful ways to make connections, build credibility, grow your list and your bank account.
I also knew from experience that I wanted this summit to be done differently, and I wanted this whole experience to be fun for my team! That was really important to me.
You know I love full transparency, so in this episode I wanted to reveal the full shebang of how I came up with the idea of this summit, through to actually making it happen (and making it profitable).
I give you the full, honest breakdown of what it was really like putting together my very first summit and how it actually went.
In this episode we uncover:
✅ How to plan for a Virtual Summit (even if it’s your first one)
✅ How to ensure it’ll be different from the get go
✅ How to choose the topics first and then found speakers who are a perfect fit
✅ Getting your speakers to happily promote the summit like total rockstars and getting QUALITY audience members
✅ The launch results from the Monetise You summit - a full break down of our goals and actual numbers
✅ The key learnings and lessons from running this summit
✅ Why I'm so damn proud of the work we did and the value we created!
If this gets you excited, and you want some more inspo, take a listen to How to Use Virtual Summits to Design Your Ideal Lifestyle Business with Mitch Asser.
And for even more juicy tips check out How to Use a Virtual Summit to Build a Six-Figure Business with David Moazzez.
You can also take a look at Summit in a Box for more resources that are the result of hundreds of hours spent researching, planning, writing, and creating materials for virtual summits.
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