And here I was thinking you needed suggestions in outfitting your new garage
1. If we host a workshop or seminar in Las Vegas, under what conditions, if any, would you choose to attend?
It's a bit of a drive and I don't like flying, so it would have to be pretty good for me to go to Lost Wages for anything. If you had something in New England, I would be more likely to attend.
2. 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)?
2 if it was in Vegas. 3-4 if it was in New England, depending on the topic.
3. What personal development topics are of greatest interest to you? What would you want to learn?
Financial, Inspiring Creativity, Networking
4. In what area(s) of life are you struggling the most (finances, relationships, health, career, etc)?
5. If you could make only one specific improvement in your life by attending such a workshop, what would it be?
6. 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?
Interactive, with take-home material
7. 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.)
$300.00 is quite reasonable, as long as it does not involve extensive traveling. I've been considering paying close to twice that for a Yoga retreat.
8. Do you prefer big seminars with hundreds of attendees or a more intimate setting with a few dozen at most?
Intimate definitely. To have a huge crowd doing interactive exercises would require extensive preparation and dozens of assistants. I might want to watch the set up for one, just to see how it would be done though...