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If we host a workshop or seminar in Las Vegas, under what conditions, if any, would you choose to attend?
Tell me you're putting something on, up to 6 months notice and I'll be there. Before you figure out the topic, agenda, or format because whatever you first come out with that gives me the chance to interact with you, Erin and other readers in a live environment would be invaluable.
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)?
What personal development topics are of greatest interest to you? What would you want to learn?
Personal power, entrepreneurship
In what area(s) of life are you struggling the most (finances, relationships, health, career, etc)?
Conquering Self, inner world/ outer world
If you could make only one specific improvement in your life by attending such a workshop, what would it be?
Better focus on inner priorities and knowing more of who I am
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?
Experiential Learning is my best way to learn and absorb information, but if lectures were not overkill a mix would be just dandy.
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.)
I would pay between 300 and 700 for a 3 day workshop in the US. Since you're home city is a major airline destination, travel costs and time would not be an issue for me. My biggest issue would be scheduling in when your workshop would be and making sure I don't have overlapping commitments. For a first time workshop, The lowest price point you can offer would be great to reach the most amount of your readers who are in the US or willing to travel to the US to have the face to face learning.
Do you prefer big seminars with hundreds of attendees or a more intimate setting with a few dozen at most
Depending on the kind of seminar, hundreds of attendees makes sense, when the subject is intended to reach a broad audience. When it's more specific to particular needs, a smaller under 50 makes the biggest impact but should also have a higher price to attend since you are limiting supply and focusing your attention and time. For a low end fee like your suggesting, I'd imagine having as many seats available would make your supply curve handle the volume of interest you'll be getting.