I am a prolific procrastinator. If there was a procrastinator club, I would be its President and best member. I have a convention I am attending as an exhibitor in the second week in November. I am only now addressing the issue since we have to have our details into the event planner by tomorrow. Where do I begin? In this particular instance I delegated the job so I could procrastinate on something else for a while. What if I delegated the job to you? Where would you go? All very good questions.
As it turns out I probably should have done the job myself because I had to be involved in all the decisions. How hard can it be to set up a convention booth? In a word? Very. First I had to know what carpet to use and what color, the color of the back wall panels, the color of the sidewall panels, the heights of the aforementioned panels, the type of chairs, the type of drape, wastebasket or not, and the list keeps going on forever. I had no clue that there was so much involved. What did we decide on? We outsourced the deal and sent a check, problem solved.
At Conventions.net the same thing can be accomplished. Conventions.net wants to a be a complete resource for the little things and the big things.You can find ways around procrastinating, it’s just too bad that it usually costs a little extra for the benefit of being tardy.