Your Event Specialists!


We provide all-inclusive event management that includes everything you need from pre-event to onsite, audio visual equipment, and team members.


With Designed Impact you’re going to get a team of event professionals that will handle every aspect of your event from beginning to end so you have more time to focus on your business and peace of mind knowing it’s all taken care of.


When you show up for the event you can have confidence knowing everything is ready to go. During the event we will handle all the event management including working with the venue, registration, and keeping the event on schedule.


Team members are the glue that holds it all together and we have the best in the business. You’ll get an event coordinator, audio visual tech, and event administrator. No more searching, training, and managing we’ve got it all covered.


Bottom line we save you hundreds of thousands of dollars a year and take care of every aspect of your events!  We’re designing events to make a lasting impact, and handling all the details.



Event Services

We’re the missing piece in your business.  We offer All-Inclusive Event Management so all of your event details are taken care of including:

  • *Pre-Event Planning
  • *Onsite Event Management
  • *Audio Visual Equipment
  • *Team Members to get it all done including:
    • *Event Planner
    • *Audio Visual Tech
    • *Event Admin





When you utilize the services that we have to offer you’ll get a team of event specialists that’ll ensure you always have a flawless event.  You’ll never have to worry or stress about your events.  You’ll have happy attendees and everything will be taken care of for you.  Last and certainly not least you’ll save over $148,000 per year!


We’re the key to putting all the pieces together.  Using Designed Impact saves you money and gives you back your time!  Contact us today at 702-625-1805 so we can discuss the options we have available.



About Us

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Marshall Sylver


A self-made multi-millionaire, Marshall Sylver is an example and inspiration of how a person can change who they are and create an amazing, successful, powerful life through understanding and mastering one’s mind. And the greatest Hypnotist of all time!

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Bruce Buffer


Bruce Buffer is known around the world as the official “Octagon Announcer” for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) along with many other mixed martial arts events internationally. is a proven motivational speaker and is President and CEO of Buffer Enterprises, Inc., through which he manages and runs all his entrepreneurial ventures. Buffer has received praise from top industry professionals for his management and guidance of the successful career of his brother Michael Buffer, the world famous sports and entertainment announcer.

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Nathan Jurewicz


Nathan Jurewicz AKA The Short Sale Kid teach investors and realtors alike how to flip properties without ever talking to the seller, the buyer, the bank or even look at the house!!

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Mark Bates


Mark Anthony Bates is an event consultant and teaches speakers how to be better presenters & closers from stage.

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JT Foxx


J.T. Foxx is known worldwide as a serial entrepreneur, a real estate investor, and is considered one of the top speakers, strategists & the #1 coach in business, wealth, & real estate.

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Chuck Barnes


Chuc Barnes (The good Time guy!) heads MinutesCount! where he delivers speeches, training programs and telephone seminars for active “people on the go” who want to make the minutes count in their days, interactions, and presentations. He has spoken for thousands of companies and organizations in an array of industries in 47 states, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. He is one of a select group of speakers who has earned the CSP* credential (Certified Speaking Professional), the standard of professionalism in the speaking business. Only 400 of the 5,000 members of the International Federation of Speakers have earned it.

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AJ Puedan


AJ Puedan is the premier business consultant, highly sought after speaker, and personal breakthrough coach, he truly touches the lives of each individual he encounters.

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Paul Lemberg


Paul Lemberg helps small business owners become wealthy. He’s done it hundreds of times and his private coaching clients have collectively pocketed almost four hundred million in profits. He is the author of the FormulaFIVE business growth training program, as well as the business best seller, Be Unreasonable.

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Chris McLaughlin


Chris McLaughlin is a top real estate educator & lawyer who owns 4 real estate offices in FL with over 400 agents. He is the author of daily commentary of real estate news for over 100,000 real estate investors.

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David Asarnow


David Asarnow is a sought after business coach, speaker, business and sales trainer, and expert marketing consultant. Over the past 7 years, in addition to building his businesses, David has been business coaching entrepreneurs, executives and small business owners to success.

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Thomas McElroy


Thomas McElroy is a master event promoter that specializes in putting butts in seats.  He also helps choose the speakers for events and has an experienced sales team for back of the room sales.

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Collin Egbert


Colin Andrews Egbert is the founder of a large real estate investment company.  He is also a speaker and real estate coach.

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Have you ever wondered what transforms an ordinary human being into a winner, or what variables are at play to create a personality with a solid unwavering sense of integrity? Have you ever noticed how being around a highly esteemed and truly successful person seems to make you a winner, too, or how a true winner is quick to share the limelight with those around them?


1. Winners know that self-esteem is the most important and basic quality of a successful life and all winners have a strong sense of self as their main ingredient.


2. Winners are emotionally healthy individuals with a distinct feeling of personal worth that is cultivated and nurtured to sustain them through good times and bad.


3. Winners are aware that self-esteem is actually a habit that can be learned through diligence and practice. In fact, self-worth and self-confidence are characteristics that most winning personalities were not necessarily born with. The word ‘esteem’ literally means to appreciate the value of. Developing a positive self-image is a life-long process that starts as simply as making a conscious effort to upgrade our lifestyle, and pay more attention to personal appearance and personal habits.


4. Winners achieve and maintain a healthy self-image by simply and objectively seeing where they are now and where they would like to be, and then mapping out a plan by creating short-term and long-term goals. And inch by inch, they’re on their way.


5. Winners and top achievers have risen from out of the ashes of extreme poverty and despair. Those who have pulled themselves up, and remain successful, all share positive self-imaging as a common denominator, with background having little to do with it.


6. Winners accept themselves and understand how self-acceptance accounts for a successful and dynamic life. The willingness to be one’s authentic self and live one’s life as it unfolds, accepting all responsibility for the ultimate outcome, is also a major factor in developing a winning personality. And although winners are always seeking some form of improvement, they can accept themselves just as they are right now.


7. Winners accept their own uniqueness, are comfortable with their image, and are willing for others to know and accept them as well. Such people naturally attract friends and supporters. He or she seldom has to stand-alone.


8. Winners do not live in the past. They view themselves in terms of their abilities, interests and goals, and they build confidence through their successes. Winners have the confidence to create success and the success necessary to create confidence. In other words, success breeds success.


9. Winners focus on past successes and forget past failures. They use errors and mistakes as a way of learning, and then they dismiss them from their mind. To establish true self-esteem, we must concentrate on our successes and look at the failures only to implement corrective measures for future success.


10. Winners forgive their failings by understanding that character is formed through adversity. Life is a series of obstacle courses that build strength when coupled with drive and determination. The old adage that adversity builds character is not just a catchy phrase it is clearly illustrated by noting just how many highly successful and loving parents gave extreme abundance and comfort to their children, only to raise children with weak and sagging characters.


11. Winners indulge in positive self-talk as an important key to permanent enhancement of self-esteem. Every waking moment we must feed our mind positive thoughts so relentlessly and vividly that our self-image, in time, is modified to conform to the new, higher standard.


12. Winners can graciously accept compliments. One good indicator of an individual’s opinion of himself is the way he accepts a compliment. It is incredible how low-achievers belittle and demean themselves when others try to pay them value.


13. Winners are aware of their potential, like who they are, and are eager to consider the well-being of others as they do their own.


14. Winners base their actions and decisions on rational thinking rather than on reactions and emotions. They understand that to react emotionally in response to challenges is to nullify the wisdom and power of the rational mind.


15. Winners are able to enjoy their emotions as children do, probing the depths of their love, excitement, joy and compassion; and winners make the decisions that shape their lives through forethought, logic and common sense.


Is it just an age thing or does it seem to you that there are more people recognizing the pit-falls of modern day materialism? I was chatting with someone earlier today whose husband had retired early because it was either that or die from stress related symptoms. She too had chosen to retire early and stated unequivocally that she does not miss her high-pressured job one tiny little bit.


Within thirty minutes of that conversation I heard another friend comment upon the difficulty of working with particular partners who only sought to benefit their own end, and did not fully comprehend the value to working together in a more giving fashion. We hear many comments about “the rat race” or it business being “cut-throat”, and so on. That’s not very inspiring is it?


What does this say about how we as a community approach business? It would seem that business can all too often become a money grabbing treadmill upon which you have to focus so hard in order to succeed that you miss out on many of the more important things in life. You can easily forget the reasons why you set out on that course in the beginning and lose sight of both enjoyment and fulfillment in the process.


It becomes easy to lose sight of the fact that in the long run we gain more from giving than receiving, besides the fact that running at break neck speed on a treadmill isn’t always good for one’s health and well-being. It is easily understandable that stress is an ever-increasing modern day health hazard. We stress our minds and bodies by constantly doing things at a pace, which does not allow us to “smell the roses along the way”. We become so absorbed in seeking results that we forget about the process.


And yet in most things in life, when you focus upon the process the results will look after themselves. Reverting to the issue of age and having a more mature mentality, perhaps one of the main learning curves of life is that of learning to decide between personal gratification and global “goodness”, do you see what I mean.


I think we all have the awareness that money doesn’t automatically bring happiness, and also that the best things in life don’t actually cost a dime; and yet we are tempted by these things like Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Life would appear to be all about biting into those apples and discovering through first-hand experience the effects of our own actions.


Some of us take longer to learn life’s lessons than others. We learn and develop at our own pace. For many of us it is our state of health, which finally gets the message through to us. High blood pressure, heart disease and most other illnesses are the messengers that tell us that it’s time to step off the treadmill, slow down and reassess our lives. We begin to question what is in fact most important to us and what really makes us feel good.  Take some time today to reflect on your life and ensure that you are taking time to slow down and enjoy the things around you.


Every minute of every day you must live with yourself. Some of those moments are spent interacting with others. Many of those moments are spent with yourself. Which is your better image? The one you display to others, or the one you reserve when you are alone? Do your family, relatives, friends, and co-workers have nice things to say about you?


Whenever you are not a pleasant person to be around, your image may need a little adjusting. There is no escape and no other alternative. This being an unavoidable fact, it stands to reason that you must find a way to correct any negative opinions others may hold against you –and even those negative opinions you may hold against yourself. Doing so makes for a more peaceful, enjoyable and fulfilling life.


With human nature being the way it is, there is a persistent need to be dissatisfied with the choices you make in life. This too, cannot be avoided. Yet, it is up to each of us to find the balance and simply learn to know yourself and your personality by making an honest and thorough self-analysis. Not only is it important to make a good first impression, it is also wise to make the other person feel important.


You can program yourself to be the best you can be. Do you need to gain more knowledge in certain areas of your business? Do you know were to go to get the help you need? Can you make wise choices when you have to make a decision? The more you tell yourself exactly what results you wish to happen, the more often those mind suggestions can come true.


Start building your own dream page. Jot down every wish or desire you want to come true. Your page may go something like this:


  • Today, next week, next month, next year, or two years from now I will reach my prosperity goal. Prosperity exists first in your mind. Act as if you have already reached your prosperity goal and take actions to make it a part of your reality. It is not in anyone’s nature to settle for lack. That goes for anything that is worth having: good health, a comfortable home, a nice automobile, a prosperous business, a fulfilling career, and the list goes on. The more you think about your goals, the quicker they become real. They become anchored deeply in your subconscious, waiting for you see it, feel it, taste it, touch it and make it a part of your life. Involve all of your senses.


  • I will cheerfully give more so that more will be returned to me. This is the law of circulation and attraction. Never hoard your time, money, support, energy, or possessions. Learn to freely release them so that they can freely come back to you. You attract more of whatever it is that you freely share with others. So, learn to give only good, and only good will come back to you.


  • I will learn to forgive. This challenge has a positive effect on your health, your well-being, and your perception of life. When you continue to let grudges, resentment, jealousy, and negative encounters affect your feelings, you tend to block positive energy, prosperity and harmony from coming into your life. You must also learn to forgive yourself. Your professional image is tarnished when you don’t forgive someone who has wronged you in the past. The same is true when you don’t forgive yourself for a past mistake. Your life will continue to experience lack, disharmony and prosperity.


  • Today is a new beginning. I will change any negative behaviors and work on my professional image to become successful and prosperous. Success and prosperity is your natural state. Everyone is given the opportunity to be healthy, joyful, and wealthy. All things are possible. Ideas are everywhere. Focus your attention on your health, your happiness, your intelligence and talent, and your freedom from financial challenges. Use your faith and expand your awareness for prosperous outcomes.


  • My image depends on displaying a professional manner at all times. How careful are you with your appearance? For women, your hair must be neatly styled, and your make-up in good taste and suitable for the occasion. The same etiquette applies to men. Neatly trimmed hair and a clean shave is a sign of good grooming. Add to that a positive attitude, a smile, and a sincere desire to help others. This keeps you calm and able to handle most challenging situations. Then by consistently expressing the best parts of yourself, you will not help and like what you discover and others will rate you a winner!

Networking is a skill, which is extremely important in order to make contact with different people. Not only is networking required within the workplace, it is also required outside in various other situations. Some people just meet others in order to add as many names in their database and hence disregard quality and give more importance to quantity instead. When networking is used incorrectly and for quantity purposes only, it is known as networking abuse or when it comes to emails may be regarded as ‘spam’. As an entrepreneur, you must avoid this where possible – as your name is your business.


In order for networking to be positive, you must develop a well thought out network game plan. Focus initially on getting to know the people who you meet, make a decision about whether they are a match with your business and when they aren’t move on. Always be polite, however, don’t go to networking events expecting to hand out many cards – work on quality and not quantity and your business will reflect this decision.


In order to develop positive networking skills, there are some tactics, which you can follow. Seven of these tips are mentioned below:


1. Always smile: A smile shows a person is warm and friendly. When meeting new people, smiling is welcoming and appropriate.


2. Look at people in their eye: When talking to someone, look them in the eye while you speak. This is seen as a compliment and is the best way to interact with someone new and whom you have just met.


3. Listen to the other person speaks: When having a conversation, it is polite to listen to what the other person has to say. This shows interest and when the person with whom you are conversing is likely to be someone whom you can deal with in the future, active listening skills will help immensely.


4. Have appropriate body language: Whatever impression new contacts will have of you the first time you meet is bound to be the lasting impression. In order for them to remember you in a positive way, have good body language and be relaxed and friendly.


5. Do not be pushy: No one likes a person who behaves strongly or acts in a needy manner. Hold your head up high and do not be afraid to show people who you are and what you believe in and remember not to be arrogant.


6. Give a compliment: Everyone likes to receive a compliment. Ensure it is heartfelt and truthful. Most people can judge when a compliment is genuine or not, so be careful about what you say.


7. Have a business card ready: You never know when these may come in handy!

People often get into financial difficulty by buying on credit, thinking they will have enough money in the future to pay off their debts. Unfortunately it seldom works out the way they planned. They find themselves in debt because they failed to budget their money.


Similarly, people take on needless tasks, say “yes” too often, and over-commit themselves because they fail to budget their time. They think that they will have more time in the future than they have now, and they keep adding additional tasks to their “To Do” lists.


A “To Do” list is like a credit card; it can accommodate an almost endless list of items with no consideration for the fact that you are committing future resources that simply won’t materialize.


A “To Do” list is one-dimensional. It tells you all the things that you have decided to do; and it fails to tell you how long those things will take or when you will be able to do them.


A day planner, on the other hand, is a time budget, which displays the amount of time you have at your disposal. It prevents you from committing time that has already been allocated to other tasks or activities.


To use your day planner as a budget, enter all your priority tasks and activities directly into its pages, blocking off adequate time for each. You will find that time is limited, and that many of the tasks will have to be scheduled in future weeks in order to get them done.


Just as you should keep some money in reserve for contingencies, you should leave free space in your day planner to accommodate any important and urgent tasks or crises that invariably occur.


A “To Do” list has a useful purpose. It allows you to write down all the things you would like to do so you won’t forget them. And you should never use it as a time management tool. Those who do are usually more concerned with crossing off as many items as possible with little thought to their importance. The items that get copied over are frequently the more important goal-related activities. And things that get delayed are frequently abandoned.


Instead, budget your time using your day planner. Schedule appointments with yourself to work on those important items that will have the greatest impact on your success


Working from a day planner as opposed to a “To Do” list is both realistic and effective. It is realistic since you cannot block off more time than appears in your planner. And it is effective because it encourages you to use your available time on the most important things. You will soon realize that you aren’t able to do everything and you can do anything.


To use a day planner as a time budget, you must select one that displays all seven days of the week from early morning until late evening, with each day broken into 15-minute or half-hour segments. Then schedule your priorities a week or two in advance – before your planner is filled with other people’s priorities.


When you mismanage your money, you might be able to earn more; and when you mismanage your time, you can never recover what you have lost. Budget wisely.

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