An MCs 1st (and probably most important) Job at a Live Event

MC’s have a lot of jobs at a live event – but their first job (and one that I think is probably the most important) is to turn a room full of people into an audience and unify them as a collective group.     To the uninitiated, “a room full of people” and an…

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How to Introduce a Speaker so the audience will listen

If you are the MC or in charge of introducing a speaker at your event, there are few things you can do to make sure the audience is going to pay attention and listen. It’s all about positioning the speaker. Yes you can just introduce the Speaker, but if you also position the speaker properly,…

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7 Must Do’s if you are MCing an Event

As an Event MC you are the person in charge of audience experience. A good audience experience can help make an event outstanding.  A poor audience experience can make an event “just ok.” As the MC, you are one who will set the tone and the vibe for the event.  It’s like you are in…

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How the Room Set up Can Affect the Success of Your Events

Recently I attended a networking event.  It was my first one in quite a while as I’d been in creation mode building my new online course and I was super excited to get out of the home office and start talking to real people again!   I was greeted with champagne – awesome!  And started…

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How to avoid disaster when introducing a Speaker on stage

Apart from being absolutely hilarious… this should’ve never happened. When you are MCing an event and bringing on the speakers, they should never be left to look stupid like this.  It immediately discredits the speaker and the audience lose confidence with them before they even say a word. People are blaming the candidates for blowing their entrance,…

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