Prep Like a Pro Seminar

$9.95

Make Show Prep Fun Again with this simple show prep system that turns on the creative faucet and helps personalities launch every show with confidence!

 

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Description

Show prep is a grind.  A four or five hour show ends, and personalities are immediately faced with creating an all-new show in less than 24 hours. It’s just hard. But it doesn’t have to be.

This seminar shows you how to make show prep fun again with a simple system that lets the creative juices flow! You’ll discover how some shows are dreadfully under-prepared. And others are just as over-prepared. The key is to find a way to be properly prepared.

It starts with establishing internal rules for effective preparation. This alone will reduce the monotony of prep each day.

But then you need a system. And you’ll get a day-by-day plan to make show prep fun again!

 

Highlights

Effective Rules Of Show Prep

  • How to get everyone involved in the preparation process.
  • Simple guidelines to energize ideas and creativity.
  • Tips for building great ideas from ordinary topics!

The Prep Like a Pro Seminar System

  • How to make every day more productive by following daily guidelines for prep.
  • Inside tips on how to better organize and plan the show effectively and efficiently.
  • Learn how to work further ahead and get rid of those long, boring prep meetings.

Make Prep Fun Again? Really? That’s Possible? 

  • It is possible! Find out how some shows turn the creative process (prep) into the best part of their day.
  • Groundbreaking advice to learn how to create stronger content.
  • How to form new creative habits and use show prep services properly.

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