The Daily Habits of Successful Event Planners

The Daily Habits of Successful Event Planners
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    Event planning is one of the most difficult professions.

    In fact, according to many surveys, it ranks at the top of lists of the most stressful careers.

    Despite all this, some event organizers seem to thrive.

    How exactly do they do this? By habit.


Here are some of the things the most effective event organizers have made a habit for every project they work on.


Even in the event planning business, nothing is left to chance. Even wedding planners today have to measure and analyze everything, leaving nothing to chance. When they collect data from events, they can devise strategies which will help consistently improve their results. Some of the most important metrics include event costs, tickets and revenue, the number of attendees, satisfaction and social media engagement. When event organizers check such information daily, they can be effective in allocating expenditure, knowing what and how much to offer and sending out invites instead of waiting till the last minute.


Planning an event requires attention to several different channel and details, all with different levels of importance. Busy organizers have limited time, and with several events to juggle, might be forced to prioritize certain aspects. Choosing the right areas to focus one’s energies on requires constant measuring of event metrics and the understanding of what is important for every different event. It is equally important to communicate these priorities to staff when delegating.


Organizing events for other people also requires constant communication. Assuming things is often the beginning of an unsuccessful event. It is, therefore, important to understand exactly what a client wants and what outcome they expect. Further, make sure to keep them updated on the progress. Those organizing their own events should have the attendees take the place of the client. Communicate with them just as regularly, through blog posts and social media.


The key to excelling in event planning, or in any stressful career path for that matter, is to find time to relax. Event planning has been mentioned in the same breath as military generals and firefighters. Successful planners must understand the importance of finding time to relax before they reach their breaking points. An informal break is a great way to keep track of what is going on, refocus and re-evaluate.

Keep up with the trends

Any wise event planner understands the importance of trends and just how dynamic the event planning industry is, especially in the digital world. It is important for them to keep track of industry news and blogs. Stay ahead by keeping up with trends, supplier news as well as new products, services and technologies developed. Case studies can be used to show what competitors are using, and whether they are using these new tools effectively or not.


Success in the event planning business is as much about giving as it is about receiving. The best in the business actively seek out and act on feedback from various sources. Ask for feedback from attendees, participants and other company shareholders.

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