This course has been designed to teach you the skills of being a charity event chairman. You will learn powerful information to help you make an informed decision on running your own charity event.
If you decide to run your own event the course provides you with powerful knowledge, resources and guidance to launch your own charity event—even if you are starting from scratch!
If you are helping someone else with a charity event, this course will provide you with many great ideas to help boost the charity event to another level.
In this course, you will learn
This is a introduction to the core lectures that will be presented.
This lecture provides ideas on how to pick the ideal charity.
This lecture provides ideas on how to pick the best event to hold.
This lecture provides the most popular ways of raising money before and during your charity event.
The lecture discusses the importance of tracking your income and expenses.
This lecture provides several ideas on how to get a inexpensive place to hold your event.
The section explains the ways to get great sponsors.
This lecture explains some powerful ways to get amazing auction and raffle prizes for your event.
This section shows you have to make compelling, but inexpensive displays for your raffle and silent auction.
This lecture shows you many free and inexpensive ways of promoting your event.
This lecture shows the common ways to sell tickets to your event.
This lecture explains the importance of getting the right help with your event.
This section shows the best ways to get people interested in purchasing tickets to your event.
This lecture describes the skills needed for leading up to and having a successful event.
Here is a question on the steps of doing a successful charity event.
This lecture encourages you to move forward on having your own charity event.
Chuck Clayton teaches individuals high powered thinking skills to make powerful decisions and create a purpose driven life personally and professionally.
His goals are to help others:
* To become thought leaders, not followers
* Make confident decisions and stop repeating the same mistakes.
* Become proactive not reactive.
* Break through tough business and/or personal barriers.
* Have clarity of purpose.
* Set specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely goals (SMART).
Chuck's experience is extensive.
His background is as a professional mechanical design and development engineer and problem solver. Chuck has also been a principal systems engineer and a principal quality engineer.
He has worked in several different industries and disciplines. He has worked on ground support equipment for the space shuttle, satellites, oilfield equipment, computers, and more. He has also had several small businesses, websites,and more.
Chuck has a BSME from Michigan Tech University and a MBA from Pepperdine University. He is a Certified Raytheon Six-Sigma expert and a Toastmaster Advanced Communicator Gold.
Chuck is the author of 3 books including: The Re-Discovery of Common Sense--A Guide to the Lost Art of Critical Thinking. This book has been used for several years as a primary text at the University of Missouri's online school Mizzou for a course called: Writing for the Critical Thinker.
In his spare time Chuck enjoys Argentine Tango, golf, traveling, working out, learning the internet, the early space program, and learning on a wide array of subjects.