How to Plan Two Events at the Same Time

How to Plan Two Events at the Same Time

Planning two events at the same time sounds crazy, we know. However, sooner or later, we all go through it. Whether your company has to run two conferences one after another or you’re in charge of planning two events for different entities, it’s one of the most stressful work experiences you’ll have. After all, planning one event is as hard as it gets. But planning two at the same time? That’s twice the stress and chaos at once. 

The good news, however, is that with the right approach, you can actually reduce your stress significantly and achieve unexpected results. Yes, you heard us right. You can plan and manage two events at the same time successfully. Moreover, in some cases, you can actually take advantage of the situation and solve some issues quicker than you’d expect. And although juggling between two events will still be a challenge, you can reduce the hassle significantly. 

To help you figure out how, we’ve put together a few experience-based tips that will help you not only survive the planning of two events simultaneously, but actually get remarkable results. Are you ready to take on the challenge and become a planning master? 

Tip 1. Have two separate to-do lists

When planning two events at the same time, you’ll want to have two different agendas or to-do lists. You have those to-do lists in different colors and add the tasks that need to be executed. For better visualization, you can ...

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