This next event tip, I know, is gonna seem like extremely common sense, but you'd be surprised how much people don't do this ready plan, and you need to plan for things to go wrong. Do not expect them or hope that they do, but you need to plan an account for things going wrong. So keep in mind things are gonna go wrong.
Everything you try to do well will go wrong, but you need to plan accordingly. Take the time to map out exactly how you want your event to be. Start, middle, end, how you want it to wrap. Plan. Most people just kind of throw things together and just hope. Take all that out. If you want a successful event, you need to have a plan.
You need to have some kind of tentative outline schedule. Expect that something's gonna probably hiccup up. Something might be linked, but something might not happen. As many events as I do, 90% of them are late. That doesn't mean it's the planner's fault. Just things don't always happen on time. It just happens. So event planning will take care of many fires before they start.
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