What a great idea! I would love to attend a workshop!
Personally, although I would be interested in attanding a workshop by Steve, I would be a lot more interested in attending a workshop by Erin.
I know that initially your workshops will be local to you in Las Vegas, but once you start venturing out, is there any way you could give a workshop in the Southeast US??? (Ideally, North/South Carolina). I live in the Charlotte area and it seems like there aren't many people down here in the Bible Belt that are open minded about subjects such as metaphysics - I feel so alone and would love to attend a workshop by Erin!!!
However, I also feel that there would be a *lot* of people down here who would attend a personal development workshop.
My answers to your specific questions are below. Thanks for the opportunity to submit my opinion!
If we host a workshop or seminar in Las Vegas, under what conditions, if any, would you choose to attend? -- For me, location matters the most, and unfortunately, Las Vegas isn't viable.
On a scale of 1-5, how appealing is this idea to you (1 = I’d never go, 5 = I wouldn’t miss it for the world)? -- 5; If it was in a location closer to me then I wouldnn't miss it for the world.
What personal development topics are of greatest interest to you? What would you want to learn? -- Leadership; something career related
In what area(s) of life are you struggling the most (finances, relationships, health, career, etc)? -- Career
If you could make only one specific improvement in your life by attending such a workshop, what would it be? -- Learn to effectively lead a group of diverse people
What is your preferred learning style? Do you prefer highly interactive, experiential workshops with lots of activities? Or do you prefer more lecture and/or PowerPoint presentation, packing in as much raw content as possible? Or do you enjoying mixing it up? -- Highly interactive, experiential workshops with lots of activities.
How significant a role does pricing play in your decision? Does $300 for a 3-day workshop seem reasonable to you? (That price is near the low-end of typical pricing for a 3-day personal development workshop.) -- Although it seems a bit pricey, I could probably swing $300; I think it would be worth it.
Do you prefer big seminars with hundreds of attendees or a more intimate setting with a few dozen at most? -- I think this is one example where smaller is better.