Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Planning Six 150-Person Events Concurrently
Back in August, at the tail end of an insane three months spent on the road, I received a DM expressing more than a passing interest in bringing Kaizen Camp to New York City.
The venue: TBD
The date: ASAP
A little context here: my creative partner Jim Benson and I were at an onsite in Virginia finishing up our last client engagement for a while. We were just three days shy of what we thought would be a protracted and well-deserved break. The last Kaizen Camp we threw in Seattle ended just two weeks prior, and while we were over-the-moon ecstatic to be hearing from people around the world who either wanted to sponsor a Kaizen Camp or bring one to a city near them, we assumed we’d have some downtime before actually jumping back into the rigorous planning process - and getting back on the road - for yet another event.