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The Anxiety Summit: my tips for your first telesummit

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Do you attend virtual telesummits? Have you hosted one yourself? They are a great way to get your message and book (if you have one – if not, it will get you noticed) out in a BIG way!

I’m hosting my first one – The Anxiety Summit – June 9-22. Check it out and watch and learn if you have the desire to do one.

Some of my tips for your first telesummit:

  • Make it very niched and specific. Initially mine was going to be Food and Mood and then I decided to narrow it down to anxiety specifically and I’m really glad I have. This way it fits in very well with my book The Antianxiety Food Solution
  • Be very selective of your speakers. I knew I wanted some well-known authors such as Julia Ross, author of The Mood Cure and since I’m a real research nerd I really wanted some researchers like Dr. Felice Jacka. I also decided to invite some good friends and colleagues like Julie Matthews, author of Nourishing Hope for Autism and Mira Dessy, author of The Pantry Principle.
  • Make sure you have enough time to pull it all together. It is a large project and very time-consuming despite the fact that it’s loads of fun! Get help too! I have a fantastic VA Mika Howard who has created the most beautiful website and handles all the backend emails and techie stuff for me.
  • Have a blast! I am enjoying every single moment. I would have to say that my absolute favorite part has been doing the interviews. Wow! What amazing people I’ve interviewed and what wonderful material we have “created” to share with people looking for answers and insights around anxiety.

The Anxiety Summit is a free online virtual event that runs June 9 to June 22 and will be bringing together experts from all over the world – to share nutritional approaches to end anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks and OCD.

Here is an example of one of the topics: Aluminum and glyphosate (Roundup) collaborate to cause anxiety, depression, autism and celiac disease. Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, very kindly agreed to share her expertise on Roundup/glyphosate on The Anxiety Summit.

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