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Ever dream of listening, actively participating, and inspired by a dynamic,
inspiring, and lively seminar by a motivational and spiritual speakers at your very own living room or backyard?
Why not invite them?
Hosting a Motivational/Inspirational Speaker in your own house
can be a magical experience and a good way to actively participate on making our old world a better place.
guideline you'll find a simple step-by-step explanations that will tell you what you need to know how to book and put
on a successful Full House of Motivational Gathering.
- How to Be An Effective Host
Just about anyone can host a full house motivational gathering.
If you can guarantee an audience of at least two and (even better), a dozen or more enthusiastic listeners and a
living room (backyard) to squeeze them in, go for it.
Well, of course, it's much, much better if you can get 20-50 people and have
a spacious room with enough space to move around.
You can make difference from where you live no matter where.
You can use your full house motivational gathering to bring
in people who are serious about changing their life for the better, the more joyful and peaceful life. Yes, I'm looking
forward to meet and to share with you the healing power of our subconcious mind to reach your goals in life. I cannot wait
to meet with people, just like YOU, who can honestly say,"I'm READY to be helped with hypnosis and
- Invite Your Guest Speaker:
JW Utomo! :)
Invite guest speakers only if you love their work and you think your
guests will too. You're going to have to ask friends and family to pay money to come to your house. If you do one or two good
Full House Motivational Gatherings and the word gets out, you might find yourself getting unsolicited calls from other people.
If you do more gatherings, your audience will want to know that they can count on your personal judgment every time.
Once you've chosen JW Utomo as your guest speaker, contact
him ASAP to have a better chance of booking the date(s) that fit perfectly into your plan. Since all
lectures/workshops dates are given on a first-come, first-served basis. So, the sooner you contact us, the better chance you'll
get. Ask for our current schedule and location of ongoing lecture/workshop series now!
When you contact JW Utomo or his representative, please have the following information
Full Address, Phone Number, and E-mail
b). The Date(s) of Your Event
c). Realistic Estimate of the Potential Audience (minimum 3 persons)
d). Logistic (if applicable) such as: Room & Board, Airfares,
We're certain on Your ability to pull
off a successful gathering. Having done your homework is truly good start.
This guideline is specifically for FHMG (Full House Motivational Gathering)
Host who pro-actively and passionately have the desire to make a difference in their community by hosting motivational
gatherings for his/her relatives, friends, and neighbours. JW Utomo won't charge his regular fee for this services as it's his desire and expression to give back to his fellow human being
and to the community at large.
However, for the fairness to the Host, the Attendees and the Speaker; JW
Utomo offer you an excellent way to make this Full House Motivational Gathering more successful where everyone receive
great benefits from it in a very reasonable price (i.e. or even better, you can have him for your next gathering
for FREE for YOU and YOUR Organizations, please do call our office to ask about this VERY SPECIAL OFFER NOW!).
- For the minimum number of attendants (i.e. 3 persons) in Boston
area: JW Utomo will charge a flat rate fee of: $125 only!
- For a 10 attendants the fee is $195
- For an 11 to 20 people in-attendant:
- For Additional Fee Range: Available upon request.
Spread the words and invite as many people as you can, the more, the merrier.
Create attractive fliers, brochures, and invitation letters and give them away to everyone and put them in every places that
you can imagine of (community centers, public libraries, bookstores, town halls, day care centers, cafes, shopping centers,
malls, your hair salons, barber shops, restaurants, etcetera).
Agree on a ticket price (usually an $12-$15 "donation") and be up front about
any money you'll want to take out for direct expenses like mailing or food. Remember that most hosts don't take anything,
as hosting a wandering minstrel is a time-honored tradition that has always been its own reward. Many folks host house
seminars as a hobby, and even if they occasionally shell out $100 or more it's cheaper than collecting Pokemon cards or a
weekend of downhill skiing.
Remember, a house motivational seminar is different from a party
- guests pay their own admission fee so they're there to listen. But if your code of hospitality makes it awkward to
collect money from friends and family, it's still possible to make arrangements so that your guests know what to expect if