Shows you are learning and growing.
- You are getting better at what you do.
- You are gaining skills for your business or industry.
- You are actively involved and up-to-date.
A colleague, client, or customer may be interested in attending.
- You might be surprised at who would be interested in going to the event.
- Someone who is thinking about going is reminded of the event.
You can tell about interesting things you did in the area.
- Share activities that show you are interested in health and fitness.
- Show you are interested in cultures and communities.
- Tell about something of interest to others to connect with them and broaden your audience.
Show you connected with people.
- Let your audience know about the many ways you connected with colleagues at the event.
- Tell a short story about an interesting person you met (if you use someone's name, let that person know––it can add strength to the connection).
Something you learned that would be of interest to a larger audience.
- You can widen your influence by sharing something you learned that might be of interest to a larger audience.
- You connect with colleagues and show your expertise by sharing something you learned.
Write about the event when you decide to attend and then a month or two before you go. You can explain why the event is important to you, what activities you plan to attend, and what you expect to do for fun.
After the event you will want to share your enthusiasm for learning, new products or skills, and recreation. Events are fun ways to share more about your business and career development. You will want to share your blog on many social media channels and emails to your friends and colleagues. Writing about an event reinforces your enthusiasm and helps you plan and reflect on the event. Start blogging and have fun sharing with customers, clients, colleagues, and friends.
If you need assistance writing your blog contact Nancy Miller, Personal/Career Coach.