This is simple. adjust those numbers to fit your gift needs. Remind yourself how stressed you get waiting until after Thanksgiving to start shopping. Remind yourself again how much more you spend just trying to find anything you can get. Also remind yourself about all the time you waste running around in traffic only to find the same old stuff you saw the year before.
Suppose you want to buy 20 gifts. If you buy one gift per week starting June 25th, you will be done shopping three weeks before Christmas and can use that time for party planning, last minute unexpected gifts to buy and decorating your home. That’s not bad.
You have more resources as a team than trying to do everything yourself. You need to be able to have a team that can be make neutral decisions by themselves & as a group. You need to make use of teambuilding elements in your event planning so that you can get the event in to motion & not must worry about doing it all yourself.
After the date and time of the party is set, you can send out invitations to the cast. Make your own invitations, purchase them from a store or send out e-invites online. Be sure to inform the cast whether the party is formal or informal or if they should come in full costume. This is your decision as the Cast Party planner.
Pick a date that will make a surprise more likely. If it is an anniversary for example the party might be scheduled shortly before or after the actual anniversary. If they are asked to do something or go somewhere on the actual anniversary it might make them suspicious. Try to set a date that fits the routine of your guest of honor.
On top of that, a ghostwriter does more than write. A really good one will help you determine exactly what the right book should be for you at this time. You could write a lot of different books and maybe you’ll write many books over the course of your career. But what’s the right, best book right now for you? That’s awfully hard to determine on your own. It really is worth bringing in the guidance of a professional to solve that problem. I’m not sure I would equate ghostwriting and brain surgery, but if I needed brain surgery, God forbid, I wouldn’t’ do it myself. The work of ghostwriters isn’t quite as dramatic as brain surgery, of course. But we do have our clients’ reputations on the line and we have to take that responsibility incredibly seriously.
Read about the great minds the world has known and what nuggets of learning these people have chosen to pass on to the generations after them. Listening to motivational tapes is also helpful.