5 Reasons to Join the “How to Plan a Great Event in 60 Days” Facebook Page

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I’m counting down the days until the launch of my very first eBook, How to Plan a Great Event in 60 Days, coming out later this month.

The eBook is a step-by-step event planning guide, complete with daily activities and tips to help you build your own event from the bottom up!

If you haven’t yet heard, I’ve got a special Facebook page devoted to the eBook and I’d love for you to join me there and become a fan!

In today’s post I share five compelling reasons to hop on over to Facebook and like the brand new page.

You’ll get regular updates and other info about the eBook and launch.

I’ll be making one or two more announcements about the eBook here on the blog before launch, but the main eBook party will be on Facebook. Like the page to learn more about the upcoming launch, quick event planning tips and other related event/party planning information. You never know what you might learn!

You’ll join a community of others who are interested in planning their own event.

The day-to-day tasks and planning of an event can sometimes be a lonely one. Keeping this in mind, I want the eBook’s Facebook page to be a place where people can meet and talk about the eBook, their planning experiences and give each other encouragement, ideas and inspiration as they plan their own great event. There’s nothing like a boost of camaraderie to help you through your planning!

You’ll have fun joining in my thought-provoking party/event planning prompts.

In my experience, you can learn quite a lot about the event or party you want to plan, as well as yourself when you start answering some questions (red ribbons or garnet ribbons?) Sure, some of the prompts on the page are more creative in nature, but who knows what these prompts may spark for you as you’re planning your own event! It could be an idea, an “aha” or eye-opening moment. Above all, I want you to have a good time on the page sharing, relating and enjoying yourself.

You can easily share your event planning achievements.

I’d love for you to share your event planning achievements on the page after you’ve read the eBook. It’s your chance to share with the world how everything went — what worked, what didn’t worked and what lessons you’ve learned after you planned and held your event. After all, who wouldn’t like a bit of recognition for all of their hard work and dedication?

You can ask me about my event planning experiences…and get some answers!

My experiences in event planning stem from my previous career as a public relations executive. I planned more than 20 unique public and private events for more my clients ranging from five to 300-plus attendees in over 16 markets across the US. Feel free to drop on by and ask a question or two! I’ll help you out as best I can.

Bonus reason: You might just be the saving grace of a friend/family member/coworker/acquaintance.

Okay, even if you’re not planning or organizing an event yourself, you might consider sharing news of the eBook with someone in your life who you know needs help planning an event and is super-stressed out or crunched for time. It could be your best friend organizing her volunteer group’s summer soiree, or your coworker who wants to surprise his aunt and uncle with a very special 25th wedding anniversary party. We all can use a little help now and then, right? 🙂

Not on Facebook? No worries! For more information about the eBook, please visit https://www.theorderexpert.com/how-to-plan-a-great-event-in-60-days/.

How about you? Will you join me over on the How to Plan a Great Event in 60 Days Facebook page? Join in the conversation and leave a comment below!

Last updated January 25, 2021

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Rashelle Isip is a New York City-based professional organizer and productivity consultant who helps people get organized so they can stress less, have more fun, and be happier at home. Her work has been featured in Good Housekeeping, Fast Company, Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post, Business Insider, and The Atlantic. Get access to her free guide, 10 Simple Ways to Make Your To-Do Lists More Effective, by clicking here.