Membership & Attendee RELEVANCE 009


Welcome to episode 009 of the In It ForEVER podcast. In this episode Dan & Nicole take a look at the final letter in our principle: R for Relevance. If you don’t have 100% market share within your field, industry, or sector then you must become more relevant to your core base and develop products, programs, and services that better meet their needs. The premise of this principle is that you should not move out of your lane. You should focus completely on the one carrot or what your following wants and needs from you and your business or organization. Join us as we offer suggestions on the ways you can stay relevant.

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Attendee and Membership ENGAGEMENT 008


Welcome to episode 008 of the In It ForEVER podcast. In this episode Dan & Nicole take a look at the third letter in the In it ForEVER principle: ENGAGEMENT. Not the kind where Dan got down on one knee to pop the question but rather the type of engagement you have with your attendees and members/customers, volunteers!

Do you have to spend money to get them engaged? Whose job is it to manage engagement? What are some ideas of engagement? What’s the one important question your members/customers have? What is a MOMber? We talk about all of this and much more.

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The Membership and Attendee VALUE 007


Welcome to episode 007 of the In It ForEVER podcast. In this episode Dan & Nicole take a look at the membership and attendee VALUE as it relates to the In It ForEVER principle. Here is what we touched on.

> What is commonly found when analyzing the value proposition of a business
> The difference between the unique selling proposition and the value proposition
> How to be more disciplined about delivering value
> how to remain at the top of your customers’ minds
> The 3 questions to ask members and customers when surveying them about member benefits
> why value is tied to monetary figures
> how value relates to time and the need to respect your members’/attendees’ time
> meeting takeaways that are ready to use
> how to make sure your attendees aren’t left feeling overwhelmed with tasks and to do’s after attending
> networking and how it impacts the value of your meetings and events
> the value of gratitude
Here are a list of resources mentioned in this episode:

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The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People
The Platinum Rule: Discover the Four Basic Business Personalities and How They Can Lead You to Success
StrengthsFinder 2.0

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