The Invisible Close's Lisa Sasevich Addresses Common Concerns About Hosting Live Events

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According to Queen of Sales Conversion Lisa Sasevich, entrepreneurs often believe they need to fill a large room to offer a successful live event like a retreat or workshop. In a new article, "Don't Let These Common Concerns Stop You from Hosting Your Own Live Event," Sasevich explains that people can host profitable, transformative events even with a small list or following.

Lisa Sasevich

I've seen people make rich returns on their investments from live gatherings of as few as six to eighteen people.

According to Queen of Sales Conversion Lisa Sasevich, entrepreneurs often believe they need to fill a large room to offer a successful live event like a retreat or workshop. In a new article, "Don't Let These Common Concerns Stop You from Hosting Your Own Live Event," Sasevich explains that people can host profitable, transformative events even with a small list or following.

In the article, Sasevich addresses four common concerns entrepreneurs face when deciding whether to offer a live event, including: "My event is too small," "I don't have any experience," "I don't have a list," and "I'm too shy."

"A lot of people think they need to fill a huge room in order to have a profitable retreat, workshop or live event—or to break even," Sasevich said. "But that just isn't so. I've seen people make rich returns on their investments from live gatherings of as few as six to eighteen people."

Heart-centered entrepreneurs, experts and service professionals who read Sasevich's new article, "Don't Let These Common Concerns Stop You from Hosting Your Own Live Event," discover:

  • 4 real-life examples of entrepreneurs who experienced rich success from small live events (some of them even considered canceling).
  • Information about a powerful, proven formula that can turn even a small event into a profitable one.
  • The key to earning money from any live event—this works whether an entrepreneur is an extrovert or an introvert, outgoing or shy.
  • And more.

In the article, Sasevich explains that while an entrepreneur doesn't need a list, experience, extroversion or lots of attendees to pull off a profitable live event, he or she does need a proven structure to make it happen.

Read "Don't Let These Common Concerns Stop You from Hosting Your Own Live Event" here: http://theinvisibleclose.com/articles/dont-let-these-common-concerns-stop-you-from-hosting-your-own-live-event/

Recently honored as one of America’s Top Women Mentoring Leaders by WoW magazine, Lisa Sasevich, “The Queen of Sales Conversion,” teaches experts who are making a difference how to get their message out and enjoy massive results, without being “salesy.”

Recognized sales expert by Success Magazine, and as one of America’s fastest growing independently owned companies for the second consecutive year by Inc. Magazine, Lisa delivers high-impact sales-closing strategies for turbo-charging entrepreneurs and small business owners to great profits. According to best-selling author Brian Tracy, “Lisa Sasevich is one of the greatest discoveries in America today!”

After 25 years of winning top sales awards and training senior executives at companies like Pfizer and Hewlett-Packard, she left corporate America and put her skills to test as an entrepreneur. And in just a few short years, Lisa created a multi-million-dollar home-based business with 2 toddlers in tow. Lisa is the undisputed expert on how to make BIG money doing what you love.

For more information about Sasevich and The Invisible Close, visit http://www.LisaSasevich.com

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