hen you first started your event, conference, tradeshow or meeting, everything was new and exciting and bold and the sky was the limit.
Everyone in the neighborhood wanted to come over and see what was going on what was happening and you were top dog. For years you smashed attendance records, there was a waitlist and you could do no wrong.
A few years have gone by and you are still relying on the same format, the same speakers and the same content and the cool kids in the neighborhood have stopped coming by because frankly, the same old thing is not doing it for them anymore.
Your event is just a shell of its former self and you sit there and blame the economy, the weather, everything and anything to avoid having to face the real issues.
Maybe it is time that you tear down the old and start something new again or someone else is going to come along and build something that the cool kids cannot resist: