How to Run Small and Large Scale Events | Grow Your Clinic Podcast | 168

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Grow Your Clinic Podcast Episode 168

We all know that nowadays, people are stuck at home, in quarantine, looking for productive ways to spend their day. How about hosting an online event, such as a Q&A, for your followers?

In this episode, Marcus Pearce, Founder of Exceptional Life Blueprint and CEO of The Wellness Couch, hops on our podcast to share his expertise on running events – whether that’s an online or public event. He also shares some wisdom on how to avoid burnout while running an event.


  • [0:01:44.9]  Rapid-fire questions: reading list, who inspires you, childhood aspirations, motto you live by
  • [0:06:59.7]  How Marcus ended up becoming a media and events consultant for health professionals
  • [0:10:32.8]  Common mistakes made when hosting an event
  • [0:14:22.5]  What it’s like to run a small event vs. a large-scale event
  • [0:17:34.8]  Ways to prevent burnout while running an event, eight key areas to look out for to keep you in tip top shape
  • [0:20:36.2]  Hierarchy of needs (for health professionals)
  • [0:28:21.2]  Why you should do what you love
  • [0:29:33.5]  Connect with Marcus






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