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Driven Inc. Training Room

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June 5th-6th
11:00 - 4:00 Eastern

DRIVEN INC ATTENDEE GUIDELINES:

Here are guidelines for how to show up and make the most of this training while respecting your fellow attendees’ time and effort.

TURN ON YOUR WEBCAM:

Be sure to turn on your webcam during this event so the speakers and other participants will be able to see you. For me, I like being able to put a name to a face (even if it’s virtual). And something to keep in mind, this is a GREAT opportunity to network with your fellow attendees.

If you need to turn your webcam off anytime during the event, that’s okay too. Please be aware of your surroundings. For example, if you need to use the restroom, tend to the kiddos, or jump up during the live sessions, and you take your computer with you so you can still hear us, be sure to turn off your audio and video.

BEING PRESENT:

Really listen to the content: being present and tuned-in is how you take full advantage of this event. Focus on taking only the most relevant notes, keep your phones on “do not disturb”, and turn your email notifications off to minimize distractions.

READINESS:

Keep your workspace tidy and comfortable. Have a favorite notebook and pen handy to capture important information. Be sure to keep a water bottle nearby to stay hydrated!

Suzanne Evans

Suzanne Evans is a NY Times Best Selling Author and the only female business coach to make the INC 500/5000 for five consecutive years in a row. Her company, Driven Inc, and its clients have closed over $650 million dollars from the stage. Teaching businesses owners to simplify their marketing and use speaking for 6 and 7 figure pay days is her super power.

She uses stages to give her the freedom and flexibility to homeschool her six year old son, work part time in the summer from her home in Maine, and raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for causes around education and women.

DRIVEN INC ATTENDEE GUIDELINES:

Here are guidelines for how to show up and make the most of this training while respecting your fellow attendees’ time and effort.

TURN ON YOUR WEBCAM:

Be sure to turn on your webcam during this event so the speakers and other participants will be able to see you. For me, I like being able to put a name to a face (even if it’s virtual). And something to keep in mind, this is a GREAT opportunity to network with your fellow attendees.

If you need to turn your webcam off anytime during the event, that’s okay too. Please be aware of your surroundings. For example, if you need to use the restroom, tend to the kiddos, or jump up during the live sessions, and you take your computer with you so you can still hear us, be sure to turn off your audio and video.

BEING PRESENT:

Really listen to the content: being present and tuned-in is how you take full advantage of this event. Focus on taking only the most relevant notes, keep your phones on “do not disturb”, and turn your email notifications off to minimize distractions.

READINESS:

Keep your workspace tidy and comfortable. Have a favorite notebook and pen handy to capture important information. Be sure to keep a water bottle nearby to stay hydrated!

David Vance

David Vance is the founder of Expound Media, a full-service production firm focused on creating video and media content that allows small businesses, speakers, and personality brands to attract more ideal audiences, grow their list like never before, and close more high-ticket sales.

Need Help? Email us at Help@driveninc.com or call us at (919) 617-9162

Need Help? Email us at Help@driveninc.com or call us at (919) 617-9162