How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup

 

 

What happens when you think about arranging your own online asexual meetup?

Does the thought fill you with dread?

Or does it fill you with excitement at the possibility of virtually meeting like-minded people and making some new friends? smile

Or did you try before, and fail?

If you can relate to any of these, then How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup video training course, is for YOU!

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It's one thing to learn for yourself the technology to video chat with someone, but it's another skill entirely to successfully arrange an online asexual meetup.

I say successful, because many people just throw something out there, hoping people show up, with no real plan or strategy for how it will work and be successful. That’s why people fail. I know you don’t want to be one of those people!

Does this sound familiar? You want to start an online meetup, but you don’t have a clue where to start? You feel really anxious because it’s something you’ve never done before, but you desperately want to make more asexual friends… You don’t know how to approach people, you don’t know what to say, to get them to come to your meetup, without scaring them away? Your greatest fear is that no one shows up, or the people that do show up barely say two words to you, and then vanish.

Or maybe you’ve tried arranging your own online asexual meetup before, and you failed. Either no one showed up. Or the people who did show up, turned up when they felt like it. And then they weren’t engaged with what you were saying, so you felt bad. Maybe the meetups worked for a while and then tapered off. People stopped replying to your messages and no one was bothered.

It’s not your fault that no one’s shown you how to successfully arrange an online asexual meetup. This is because they’re in the dark, just as much as you. And winging it, simply never works long-term.

But if I can get 15 people to show up for my first online asexual meetup, I am sure you can get people to come to your meetup too. Now I’m not promising 15, but if you just got a fraction of those, wouldn’t it be worth it?

And wouldn’t it be wonderful if they enjoyed themselves so much on your online meetup, they were asking you, when the next one is?

All you need is a proven formula and someone to take you by the hand, step-by-step, and show you exactly how to execute that formula, in a way that will get you the success and results you desire.

In this How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup video training course, I walk you through the exact step-by-step formula, for how to arrange your own online asexual meetups, using the 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint. You'll have a concrete plan and strategy for your own asexual meetup, to ensure people show up, stay for a while, and it's super successful. Miss one of these steps out, and that's why you won't get the results you desire, and you’ll fail. You'll be missing out on people showing up. You'll end up waiting on them, instead of having people commit to show up for you! Worst of all, no one shows up! So you'll think what's the point and give up!

I also explain the 3 Success Indicators you need to know, in order to test your own meetup success. Miss one of these out, and it's like planning a trip to Australia and ending up in France! And you're like WTF just happened! So you just give up!

But...There's A Cost To Giving Up Arranging Your Own Online Asexual Meetups... Or Not Trying To Arrange A Meetup At All... And If You Do That, Things Just Get Worse!

It's no secret that asexuals are a recorded 1% of the population. This means we’re in the minority. We're, like flamingos, rare. It's hard to find us. Hard to see us. But we do exist.

I remember when I first discovered asexuality. I’d almost given up hope… that love without sex, really did exist. I thought I’m the only one in the entire world, planet, and universe, who feels this way. So I resigned myself to the fact, it’s likely I’m going to be alone forever. No one really understands me, and that hurts. The road ahead is going to be painfully upsetting, hopeless, and doomed in that way.

But when I first discovered asexuality in the forums on AVEN, it was like my life had been transformed at the click of a button.

I went from being all alone, thinking I’m the only one like this. Being told I had to have sex "in order to keep a good guy", by a "professional" NHS counsellor (yes, that’s the National Health Service, in the UK.) A professional counsellor told me that. Can you believe it…? I went home and Googled I love kissing but not sex, because I was not happy she told me that. And finally… the revelation I’d been waiting for all my life… I am Asexual… I was so relieved… That was March 2014.

But that excitement soon shattered. And once again, I was made to feel like an outsider… Someone on AVEN told me I couldn’t identify as I did. They told me because I didn’t experience any sexual attraction, I could not add the Grey A after heteroromantic. Yet someone who was an asexual meetup organiser on Asexualitic dating site for asexuals, told me that the way I like to kiss passionately, is Grey A.

When I researched Grey A at the time, it was a catch all term for those who felt like they didn’t quite fit into an asexual box. They were somewhere in-between asexual and sexual. I felt because I had some sexual behaviour with the way I like to kiss, despite experiencing no sexual attraction whatsoever, I felt more comfortable identifying this way. Only to be told by someone on the AVEN forums, that was not okay.

I just stayed there, staring at my computer screen, in disbelief. Her words were echoing through my mind... I just couldn’t believe what happened, really did happen… That the one place I finally found people like me, could be so exclusionary, was mortifying. I felt rejected. I felt devastated… Upset and horrified. I felt like I could not be me. It wasn’t okay. I felt ganged up on and seriously let down.

I needed to flee from there, and run away, back to no man's land. It was lonely, but at least I wasn’t being virtually beaten to a pulp. I felt like my lifeline came… and just as quickly it was gone, at the click of a button.

I was put off from going on there for some time. I felt like I had taken the most hugest leap forward… and the most gigantic leap back. Something was very worrying and wrong about this situation.

But… If You Ignore The Feeling Of Isolation, Of Disconnection, Of Emptiness, Of Loneliness, And Despair, It Just Gets Worse!

What most people do when feeling lonely, isolated, disconnection, or in despair, they talk to their friends, their family, their loved ones, a therapist, or a medical professional. But for most asexuals, none of that usually works.

  • Many families don’t accept asexuality is real. Those that do accept it don’t fully understand it. (So you're still left feeling lonely and misunderstood.)
  • Friends will often dismiss it, saying you just haven’t found the right person for you yet. (Making you feel misunderstood and invalidated.) Some friends will even feel so uncomfortable, that they change the subject. (And then you feel you can’t be yourself.)
  • Loved ones may not even know you are asexual. They may be really hard to approach. It could cause confrontation. Those who do accept asexuality, and have an understanding towards you, still don’t fully understand asexuality, itself. (So you feel disconnected, alone, and miserable.)
  • As you have seen from the counsellor I had, some therapists don’t accept asexuality and give really bad advice. They won’t even entertain the idea of asexuality, or encourage you to be yourself. Those who do accept it still don’t fully understand it. (So you know no matter what you say, they’ll never really get you. And the loneliness and pain just continues to build, as you’re deeply misunderstood.)
  • Many medical professionals still don’t accept asexuality is real. They think there’s something wrong with your hormones, or your genitalia, or that it’s a result of trauma. Those who do accept it, still usually look at it with a clinical mind. So when you’re talking about your asexuality, they just sit there in deadly silence, and it’s that silence that says it all… (So you continue to feel isolated and in emotional pain.)

If You Do Nothing, You reach Breaking Point!

I just couldn’t stand it anymore. Being around people who weren’t asexual, knowing they will never understand me, they can’t because they are not asexual, just hurt like hell! Knowing there is a load of people on AVEN, who did understand me to a point, just intensified the disconnection, the isolation, the loneliness, and the pain. It was like being robbed of your freedom. Stabbed part way through your heart, and you are left in limbo! If you stay where you are, you die.

I knew from my previous years of depression, what it was to feel like, dying inside my soul. I vowed I would never, ever, ever, get depressed again… When I freed myself of depression in 2012.

But still… I was feeling misunderstood… I was feeling disconnection… because I didn’t know anyone like me to talk to face-to-face. To be there for me. To care for me. To understand me and love me for who I was.

So I had to act. And I had to act now. Because if I didn’t, I would stay where I was…. In a dark place. The loneliness and despair would just continue. And I had to take some action…

How I Achieved Asexual Liberation… Freedom From Emotional Upset And Pain. Freedom From Disconnection, Isolation, Being Lonely And Feeling Misunderstood.

I decided enough was enough. Either I change the situation, or I keep getting the same result. I was fed up with feeling like no one understood me all my life. I knew I didn’t want to go back to being depressed. So it was finally time to take charge of myself… my life, and my asexuality.

I mustered up the courage to go back on AVEN. I knew I had to. I didn’t want to go backwards in my life. I wanted to go forward. I didn’t want to let one person on AVEN ruin my entire life. I didn’t want it to stop me from having the opportunity and freedom that comes from being with people of your own kind.

Fortunately I messaged a guy on AVEN who had a similar experience to me. He felt excluded because of how he identified too. It wasn’t fortunate he felt this way and had a similar experience. It was fortunate we could relate to each other, because I knew there was nothing wrong with me.

I just knew I just had to be careful what I said in the AVEN forums, and use AVEN for my own purposes… to meet other asexuals… like me.

Fast forward to January 2015. I was so happy I had found other asexuals online. I felt so comforted… and it felt so amazing to know there were other asexuals out there like me. But something was missing… That was just it. They were out there. I had yet to meet another asexual in a face-to-face, real world environment, that would solidify asexuality for me. It was like being an alien on the same planet and never meeting up on our own starship.

I found a thread on AVEN that was discussing arranging an asexual meetup in my area, but no one was taking any decisive action to make that happen. And even though I was both nervous and anxious, because it was something I’d never done before in my life… I decided to take on the role and make it happen.

This is moment when my dream of meeting another asexual, face-to-face, became a reality. When two asexual females agreed to meet me outside of my work, to go for food together at Nandos. (Which is a chicken restaurant.) I was so elated.

Here is a screenshot of that first meetup arrangement. This is the Aven thread in which two other asexuals had agreed to meet me outside of my work.

 

 

I cannot tell you how happy it made me feel when I saw those two asexuals waiting for me outside of my work. I felt such glee in my heart. I felt like a giddy schoolgirl, who had just won the egg and spoon race. You’re always afraid the egg will drop and splat, before you’ve got over the finish line, and end up all over your face! I’m really pleased to say, that never happened.

I wasn’t sure what to expect but they felt like my kind of people.

In school I was bullied, predominantly by females. So I always felt more comfortable around guys. But when I met these two females, I really connected with them and clicked with them. I was so happy.

I felt such warmth and deep understanding from those two females, who I’d never met in person before. Who were strangers to me.

Besides explaining they didn’t want sex in a relationship, and they didn’t really like it or need it. They also made some sex jokes. I thought I was weird because I was an asexual who could make sex jokes, despite not wanting or liking sex. So I felt so comfortable and at ease when they did that too. It just felt great. The banter was wonderful. The atmosphere was wonderful. The food was lovely. I just had the most amazing time of my life. It’s just incredible. I’m still friends with one of these asexuals, today. I just really, really loved that moment that changed my life forever.

Before I got there, because I could make jokes about sex, despite not wanting or liking sex, I wasn’t sure I even fitted into the asexual community. But after seeing these two individuals, I just knew I did. And I felt so at home, so at peace, and I felt they were my extended ACE family. That just felt incredible. It’s a feeling I wanted to get over and over again. And from that moment I was hooked on doing meetups. I thought if I can feel this incredible right now, by doing my first asexual meetup, it’s only going to get better from here on in.

So that’s how I started my asexual meetup journey. That was over 5 years ago. And I still love doing asexual meetups. They’re so awesome.

Before I even did that meetup, I did do some extensive research into what made asexual meetups good and what made them bad. What people were saying was good about them and what people were saying they didn’t like about them.

And I learnt from my own experience. Because I wanted to go to someone else’s meetup before I even did that meetup. But it was really, really bad… because I have food allergies and intolerances. And this guy was just so… not caring about that. I said whereabouts are you eating? I need to get a menu because I’m worried about my food allergies and intolerances… I don’t want to come all that way (because it wasn’t directly near me, it was two hours away on the train), and I didn’t want to go on a train journey and waste the money when I get there not being able to eat anything and enjoy myself. I get low blood sugar and I needed to eat regularly anyway. He wasn’t bothered about helping me… He couldn't care less… I was really hurt.

What made it worse was when I said to him I don’t eat red meat. I said I don’t eat pork, lamb, or beef. (I consider pork to be a red meat.) His reply was harsh… Why don’t you eat that!!!... If you’ve got all these food allergies and intolerances, why are you making life more difficult for yourself? ... It was horrible. I didn’t want to be virtually stabbed for my life choices, for my food choices. I gave up eating red meat when I was 15 years old. I wasn’t about to change for him. That really, really hurt me. I was unwelcome. They couldn’t care less that I was different. And in an asexual community, where we’re a minority, we’re different, and my differences were being attacked… it was just horrible… and that’s when I decided, I definitely just want to do my own asexual meetups.

I vowed to never, ever, ever, treat people that way. I want my asexual meetups to be different. I want my asexual meetups to be fully inclusive. Inclusive of people with mental health difficulties. Inclusive of people with disabilities. Inclusive of people who really struggled in life… who are anxious or depressed. Including of those with food allergies and intolerances. Inclusive of asexuals all across the asexual spectrum. I want to go that extra mile for people. I want people to know I really care about them.

I wanted to connect with more asexuals. I wanted those asexuals who particularly felt lonely and left out, because they were different within a different community, to have the connection, the feeling, the love, the caringness, that we all need. That’s what makes my meetups different. That’s why I consider myself a professional meetup organiser. Because not only have I got this incredible 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint formula, which I also use for in person meetups, I also come from a place of love, of genuinely caring about asexuals.

My meetups went from strength-to-strength. I became well known for getting people to travel hundreds of miles across the UK, to come to meetups in my city. Over the course of 5 years, my meetups have become really well known for being inclusive. And being especially understanding, welcoming, and accommodating, to those with special needs and mental health difficulties. Ensuring that they have a safe environment to flourish. Which is a skill in itself.

The Power Of Asexual Meetups - Something Incredible Happened Which I Wasn’t Expecting

In 2018, I had an asexual meetup. Only this time was different. I met someone from one of my asexual dating Facebook groups. The no sex dating one.

Sam travelled almost 200 miles, just to come to one of my meetups. They stayed in a hotel in my city. After spending the whole weekend together, something happened that had never happened in my life before… I knew without a shadow of a doubt, I could trust them 100%... 100%... That’s never happened to me before, ever. And I made the most incredible bestest friend for life.

Here is a photo of me and Sam, at a Harry Potter themed bar, at one of my asexual meetups in my city.

Because of my past bad experiences, it would usually take me a long time to trust someone. And I usually wouldn’t be able to fully trust anyone. But with Sam it was different. They completely changed my life. And if I hadn’t started holding asexual meetups, I would never have met this best friend for life.

I would still be feeling lost and lonely. Like I’m the only one in the entire world, planet, and universe, who feels this way. I'd still be feeling left out. I’d still be feeling misunderstood. I’d still be feeling trapped and cut off from the world, with no way out.

I would still feel like my life where dating and relationships is concerned, is over. With no hope for the future. Although romantically me and Sam aren’t compatible, I still have the most loving, wonderful, amazing, respectful friendship, I could ever ask for. Best of all, because I’ve met one asexual person from my Facebook asexual dating groups, it means I can meet many more. It means I’ve got hope for the future, that one day I can find the right asexual guy for me to be in a romantic relationship with.

Which is what happened. Only this time it wasn’t in one of my asexual dating groups, it was on Asexualitic dating website for asexuals. That’s where I met my other best friend. When they came to a meetup of mine, it solidified our already fairly deep friendship and made it so much better. We went from being really good friends, to being really best friends as well. We aren’t suitable romantically either. But again, I made the most loving, caring, compassionate friendship for life. It felt so amazing… I want the same for you.

If I hadn’t approached asexuals online and started arranging my own asexual meetups, I would never have had such deeply committed asexual friendships, for life. I would still be thinking I am the only one who feels this way, and that would have had a detrimental effect on my mental health. I wouldn’t have been understood by anyone. I would have felt lost and alone forever. And forever is a very, very, long time…

Now I have two asexual best friends… I never dreamed even I’d find another person like me in the world. Let alone have two really awesome best asexual friends. That I love dearly as friends. They’re still very much a part of my life. They’re in my life every single week, most days. And for that I am truly grateful and thankful to asexual meetups. And the fact I had the courage to start arranging asexual meetups. Without which, none of these friendships would have been possible. In fact, we are all best friends together, because I introduced these two asexuals to each other, at one of my asexual meetups.

I’ve made other asexual friends as well. Friends that travel far and wide. Friends that come locally. And I’m so grateful and thankful for each and every one of them.

All of these asexuals I originally met online. Before they came to my meetup. This is the power of online asexual meetups. You can do an online meetup first and then meet some of those people in person. This is what can be achieved.

Just imagine what your life would be like, if you could do the same…

  • The forever friendships you could make.
  • The understanding you would gain.
  • The validation you would get from being around people of your own kind.
  • Your anxieties just melting away….
  • The loneliness disappearing….
  • The happiness you would gain.
  • Like-minded people to share your life and dreams with.
  • The support you so badly need.
  • The lifeline you can give to other asexuals and yourself.
  • The confidence you will gain.
  • The self-esteem that will rise within you because you will be around people who understand you and who make you feel good for being who you are.

What To Do When Disaster Strikes!

Then disaster strikes! COVID-19 pandemic, bang!

Now just imagine you’ve arranged an asexual in person meetup, and just like that, bang! It’s gone… You have to stop it.

The friendships you’ve made… The people you want to spend time with… The people you love and care about the most, you can’t see anymore. In person meetups completely stopped! Just like that!

Just imagine that in person warmth gone in the blink of an eye… Nothing… You can no longer see your friends. You can’t give them a hug hello, or a hug goodbye. Or to just feel happy to be in their company, knowing they understand your aversion to touch or to sex, or your indifference to either.

Just imagine all that connection disappearing overnight…

Just imagine the loneliness and isolation making its vengeful comeback.

The opportunity to speak, eat and drink, with those who understand you. And give you that compassion and companionship that only another asexual can provide. Possibly gone forever…

This is what happened when the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown occurred.

I had arranged an asexual meetup and my best friend Sam had paid for their travel, transport, and accommodation to attend. My other best friend Andy was all set to come. Some regulars were also ready to attend. A couple of newbies were coming too, and one of them was so excited, as it was on her actual birthday. And she couldn’t think of any better way she’d rather spend her birthday, than with people of her own kind, other asexuals. Everyone was looking forward to coming to this meetup. Then COVID-19 happened. The lockdown forced everyone to stay at home. The only way to connect with others face-to-face, was to going back to where all this first started… online. And arrange online asexual meetups.

This is why online asexual meetups are so important. So we can stay connected to those we care about, those we love. Those who are like us It’s so important for our mental health, our health and wellbeing, and it just feels great, you know…

Of those who were due to attend that meetup, I originally met Sam online, in one of my own Facebook dating groups. I met Andy online, on Asexualitic dating site. I originally met my friend Ralph, online, in my Asexual UK Dating And Support Group. He regularly attends my meetups. I met Mordecai, originally on ace-book dating site for asexuals. Who is also a good friend, and travels miles to my meetups, All of my friends I had met online, before I met them in person. Even the two newbies I met on Asexualitic.

Why Online Asexual Meetups Are Your Lifeline And You Need To Act Now

When you are cut off from asexual in person meetups, you must make arranging and holding your own online asexual meetups an absolute must! They are your lifeline. They are your connection to others, just like you. To those who understand you, who care about you, who want you in their life. Those who will give you the support and comfort you need.

To be cut off from your own kind, is like starving yourself of oxygen that you so badly need. It’s vital when you’re asexual, to be with people who understand you. To have people who you can relate to, who will comfort you in your pain. Who will be there for you, when certain family, friends, and loved ones aren’t, because they simply don’t get you.

This is especially true right now, if you still feel with the current virus situation, there is no way you are going to an in person asexual meetup!

But there are far many more reasons why online asexual meetups are a must for many asexuals, all year round.

For some asexuals, online asexual meetups are the only type of asexual meetup that some asexuals are willing to arrange or attend.

  • The primary problem with in person meetups, is caused by social anxiety. Even though you may be sociable in online forums and groups, and even some messaging, the thought of meeting an asexual in person, fills you with dread!
  • There are literally no asexual in person meetups near where you live and you aren’t prepared to travel to go to one. (And I’m not talking about with the virus situation. I’m talking about before that happened.) I mean why would you travel 50 miles, 100 miles, 200 miles? But some people DO travel that far and even further, so maybe it’s another reason… because if another person can do it, there’s no reason why you can’t … oh but there is…
  • You’re introverted, and prefer to be in the comfort of your own home, rather than dragging yourself off to an event that really might not suit you. Leaving you feeling drained of energy, tired, and worn out…
  • The cost of travel and/or accommodation is too expensive, you just don’t have the money, it’s that simple!
  • And finally, you worry if you do attend an in person meetup, you won’t know what to say. You're worried there’ll be uncomfortable silences that will make you feel so embarrassed, it will be more painful to attend one, than the isolation you felt to begin with! And so you take no action!

But There’s A Cost To Not Taking Any Action. 

  • If you do nothing, you lose the opportunity to connect with more asexuals. Which are in low supply at the best of times.
  • You miss the opportunity of a lifetime to build and grow your support network, which is so vital to your survival in this highly sexualised world.
  • Asexuals online meetups give you that feeling of belonging, of community, of hope. They give you the feeling that you are a part of something bigger.
  • If you do nothing. You go back to your life of loneliness, of no one understanding you, and you feel you’ve cheated yourself out of a better future, and a better life! You cry... you feel sad, and look back at the end of your life, full of regrets… You missed the opportunity to form friendships that last a lifetime and you die never knowing your true asexual potential…

This is what I don’t want for you.

I know many asexuals in online groups, find them helpful, but in my experience, for a large proportion of those, it’s not enough.

  • They still feel lonely.
  • They still feel isolated.
  • They still feel depressed.
  • They still feel frustrated at not being able to meet any asexuals near to where they live.
  • They still feel like they have no one to actually talk to.

So their pain continues to grow… 

The good news is, you can arrange and hold your own asexual online meetups, even if you’ve never held a meetup in your life, or you’ve failed miserably before.

You can be so super successful, that other asexuals will come to you, asking you when your next online asexual meetup is, wouldn’t that be great?

All You Need Is A Clear Step-By-Step Plan And Formula, Then You Can Be Successful At Arranging And Holding Your Own Online Asexual Meetups

If you’ve already tried to arrange your own online asexual meetup and failed, the reason for your frustration is not from a lack of willpower or effort on your part. What’s held you back is you’ve simply tried the wrong things. You didn’t learn from someone who’s already succeeding, and has a proven step-by-step formula and plan, that’s easy for you to follow, so you can succeed too. What this means is if you act on the right things, you will succeed.

That’s why you need to act now, and get the How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup video training course, right now.

Everything you need to know about how to arrange your own online asexual meetups, and ensure they’re super successful, is in my How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup video training course.

This is the first ever, online video training course, that shows you exactly how to organise and host your own online asexual meetups to ensure they’re super successful. With a proven step-by-step formula and Blueprint, for success. So you know exactly what you’re doing every step of the way.

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Here’s What Others Have To Say smile  

This excellent course outlines every aspect of hosting your own online asexual meetup. Presented by renowned author, trainer and entrepreneur, Sandra Bellamy, who has many years experience of running successful asexual meetups.

The course gives a live, over the shoulder view of the author planning an online meetup. The videos cover a wide range of topics, your aims for your online meetup, choosing the platform to host your meetup, finding people who want to attend, publicising your event on asexual sites and other social media, encouraging people to attend, how to facilitate the discussion, and typical mistakes to avoid.

This course is suitable for both beginners, and existing organisers of meetups who want to either switch to online meetups or improve their own online meetups. The course is a good investment on its own or as an extension to Sandra's excellent Asexual Meetup Mastery course on running an in-person asexual meetup, which it compliments perfectly. I highly recommend this course.

(Andrew's full review is at the bottom of this page.)

I met Sandra through one of her Facebook groups, which impressed me with how well it was organised and run by her. I felt included in the group. In fact I even posted in the group that I collect dice, and she sent me one through the post, free of charge. So I knew she was welcoming and friendly towards me, and seemed like a nice and caring person. It gave me confidence that if I attended one of her meetups, I would have that same experience.

In May 2018, I decided to try one of Sandra's in person meetup, travelling around 200 miles to get there. I had spoken to Sandra about the meetup before I attended, and relayed my anxiety and mental health issues, and she was very thoughtful and considerate. She showed a great interest in sharing our experiences within the asexual community and also other interests.

When we met with the other people who attended, Sandra made sure that everyone was included in the conversation and that people were comfortable and happy with the arrangements, and made everyone feel welcome.

After spending the weekend getting to know one another, we quickly became best friends, and have been extremely close ever since, due to her open, honest, and caring nature. Going to Sandra’s meetups rekindled my interest in going to other meetups, but it's just never been the same experience as hers. Having now been to a fair number of meetups organised by various people, I can quite certainly say that I have had far more success, enjoyment, and sense of community at Sandra's, than any of the others. Sandra is attentive to the views and needs of all the attendees, keeps an open mind, and maintains a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Through Sandra's meetups I have made several friends, including lifelong friendships with Sandra and someone else who has similar interests to me. I look forward to seeing them each time and keeping in touch with some of them outside of the meetups.

When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, it was an unexpected shock. I was booked in to go to one of Sandra's in person meetups the following month, and was hugely disappointed that I could not see her, or other friends I had made through her meetups. I felt a deep sense of worry that the outside support system I had been used to, so abruptly came to a halt. The mental health team I had been so used to being supported by wasn’t returning my messages and calls. And I couldn't meet up with those in person, who made me feel included and gave me a sense of belonging that made me feel good. Having social anxiety made things worse. I still needed that in-person connection, and the lockdown left me feeling very isolated. It took a significant toll on my mental health, particularly as I have an aversion to being among people I don't know, in crowded areas, alone, this includes in supermarkets, which made getting food difficult. I also had bad asthma as a child, and didn't want to risk my life, or other's, for the sake of in-person connection. I knew it would be bad for my mental health to be completely cut off from Sandra and the other asexual friends I had made. I don't usually connect with people online, other than through messaging, but having visited Sandra for a one-to-one meetup just before the lockdown, we had arranged to make more Skype video calls together, as the previous one went so well.

Because there were a number of other people due to attend the meetup that Sandra had to cancel due to the lockdown, Sandra decided to hold an online meetup instead. Only this time, she invited others from all around the world, including a person in Australia.

It was great for me that Sandra decided to host her own online meetups, as this helped me to feel connected to others and less isolated, which has been considerably difficult for me due to my mental health.

There was a variety of people who joined, and it was good to meet and get to know some more people within the asexual community. Online meetups are a great idea because it allows people to socialise and get to know each other, make new friends etc, with people they may not have had the chance to meet otherwise. Online meetups are a great thing to do for a more inclusive community, as people are often more able to join these meetups, especially with the current social distancing, etc.

It is vital for people to maintain connections to the community, either to make new friends, or for support, or simply to feel less isolated and alone. I had some great conversations during the online meetup, and people were able to come and go without any hassle, and even rejoin later on. It is also important for those of us (including myself) with social anxiety to be able to take part in these, as it encourages people to reach out, and to maintain a social connection with like-minded individuals.

In order for more online meetups to be held, and to encourage or enable other asexuals to reach out to the community, it is important that more people run these meetups. It is therefore essential for anyone who wants to run successful online asexual meetups to get this course.

(Sam's full review is at the bottom of this page.)

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PART 1 – 3 Success Indicators You Need To Know To Be Super Successful

 Revealed to you… the 3 Success Indicators. Set yourself up for success from the start. Take the guesswork out of your success with these 3 must know Success Indicators.

PART 2 - Secret 7 Steps Formula For Online Asexual Meetup Success

 Unlock the secret 7 Steps Of Success. These simple steps make arranging and holding asexual meetups, hassle free, and as easy as 1,2,3,4,5,6,7. They may be simple, but not obvious.

 Discover the one question you need to ask yourself and focus on first, before you even start arranging your own asexual meetup. Miss this one question out, and it could spell disaster!

 Uncover must know mistakes, before you arrange your own asexual online meetup. These can be the difference between your success and failure.

 Discover the 3 main reasons why people hold asexual meetups, and explore which option is best for you.

 Discover the 3 main methods used to facilitate your online meetup, and identify which one’s best for you.

 Revealed to you… the 3 simple steps to structure your meetup to ensure it’s successful. Without a plan, you won’t reach your destination.

 Revealed… the one thing most people are not doing to gain commitment. Miss this one thing out, and it’s like betting on a horse you’ve never seen race.

 Discover the 3 powerful things you need to say to persuade people to show up. This is how you guarantee commitment and reduce your anxiety.

 What things to include in your online meetup description to ensure your online meetup runs smoothly and it’s super successful. Learn from my mistakes, to save you the embarrassment.

 Done for you, editable meetup description template download. Saving you time working it out on your own.

PART 3 - How To Promote Your Online Asexual Meetup To Ensure People Show Up Including Success Scripts

 Discover multiple ways to promote your online asexual meetup and identify which are best for you.

 Uncover a major mistake to avoid when promoting your asexual meetup. So you avoid an unwanted guest.

 What exact words to use, to persuade people to come to your meetup. Without scaring them away.

 Done for you, editable download script template to encourage attendance. Saving you time working it out on your own.

 Revealed… The little known secret to getting you maximum visibility for your meetup on Asexualitic. Use this powerful technique to gain maximum exposure.

PART 4 - Creating A Skype Group For Your Online Meetup For Zero Cost And Maximum Impact

 Look over my shoulder at exactly how to set up and use a Skype group for your online meetup success. For zero cost and maximum impact.

 Discover the two ways people can join the group.

 Discover important things to say to your attendees, so they are not left speechless and in the dark.

 Revealed… the one embarrassing mistake to avoid, which could ruin your entire meetup.

PART 5 – Success For Life – Secret 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint

 Summarising the 7 Steps Of Success you’ve learnt, for life. These can also be used for an in person meetup, over and over again.

 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint download. Includes the 3 Success Indicators. Takes the guesswork out of any meetup you want to arrange. Keep these handy to ensure any meetup you organise and hold, is super successful.

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♠ You’re going to be learning from a successful and professional asexual meetup organiser. That’s been organising and hosting asexual meetups for over 5 years. That’s me. And asexuals return to my meetups time and time again. So I’m obviously doing something right.

♠ The How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup course, is a video training course, which you get to view in your own private members area on secure Amazon servers, so you can have complete peace of mind.

♠ There’s 19 lessons. Which include 15 videos. And 4 downloadable handouts, which are just amazing, as they’re editable scripts. You’ll get my 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint, plus my 3 Success Indicators.

♠ You’ll learn how to promote your online asexual meetup and where to promote it. Including a really, really top tip, which most people don’t know. This top tip will show you how to promote your meetup and get hundreds of eyeballs on it, on a specific site. 

♠ The downloads are easily downloadable at the click of a button. So you can print them off. But if privacy’s an issue I go through everything on the screen. So you can take your own notes and hand write your own scripts out, based on what I’m saying in the videos. Without even using the handouts. So everything that you need to know is in the videos.

♠ You’ll be learning an easy to understand step-by-step formula. And you’ll be able to look over my shoulder at how I arrange online asexual meetups for success. 

♠ Many of the videos have important written reminders right underneath them. For your ease of understanding of key concepts, for how to make your own online asexual meetups, super successful.

♠ All you need to do is watch the videos as I hand hold you every step of the way, to your online meetup success. Just read the notes beneath the videos. Be able to copy and paste. It’s that simple.

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♠ It’s a one-time investment payment, with access for life. No monthly fees. No yearly fees. Once you have these skills, you have them for life. So you can just continue to do more and more asexual online meetups, and be super successful. 

♠ Email or chat support. Whilever you are taking the How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup course, you can email me [email protected] or message me in the chat bubble about anything to do with this specific course.

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Because I know what it’s like to feel left out, lonely, and like other asexuals are out of reach.

I want to make this course affordable, for the most amount of asexuals possible, for this initial course launch, so you have the opportunity to bring together more asexuals than ever before.

I have seen asexuals in online groups and forums, trying to go it alone…Trying to work out how to arrange an online asexual meetup and failing miserably.

This is because they haven’t got the knowledge, tools, and resources at their fingertips, to ensure they succeed.

They have no concrete plan or strategy, so they are doomed to fail. You don’t know, what you don’t know…

I want to give you all my tools, knowledge, and resources, to enable and empower you, to be the most successful online asexual meetup organiser. For just a fraction of what I should be charging, if I was working for you solidly, for 2 weeks. So you can live the life of your asexual meetup dreams…

Just imagine connecting with more asexuals.

Bringing more asexuals together.

Helping other asexuals to understand and know, they are not alone.

Making more asexual friends.

Providing a safe space for asexuals to feel like they can talk to someone, who they can know, like and trust.

Expanding your own support network, with other like-minded asexuals, who really understand you. And you can be there for each other. That’s absolutely priceless.

$79 (dollars) is so inexpensive. It’s less than minimum wage for working for 1 day for an employer in the UK. (£8.72 x 8 hours = £69.76 (GBP)) And it took me 2 solid weeks to create this course. So you’re getting an absolute bargain, value for money course.

As I am sure you can appreciate many 1 day college courses, are double, triple, or even quadruple that price!

And you don’t usually get access to all the training materials online. Where you can access the course any time you want, for life. With all the training videos, all the tools and resources, at your fingertips.

Or an experienced Asexual Meetup Organiser that you can ask any questions relating to this How To Arrange A Successful Online Asexual Meetup training course, for life. So long as I am here, you can message me. So long as you’re taking the course, you can message me, with any questions you may have about online asexual meetups.

It’s important to note, once you learn these skills, you have them for life.

You can arrange any meetup you like, using the 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint. These can be an asexual meetup, or any other type of meetup.

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Curriculum

PART 1 - 3 Success Indicators You Need To Know To Be Super Successful

PART 2 - Secret 7 Steps Formula For Online Asexual Meetup Success

PART 3 - How To Promote Your Online Asexual Meetup To Ensure People Show Up Including Success Scripts

PART 4 - Creating A Skype Group For Your Online Meetup For Zero Cost And Maximum Impact

PART 5 - Success For Life - Secret 7 Steps Of Success Blueprint

Instructor

Sandra Bellamy (AKA Asexualise)

Heteroromantic Asexual, with the Grey (A)rea of kissing. 

My mission is to get asexuality recognised as a sexual orientation in its own right, throughout the globe, so that no asexual has to live in fear of ridicule ever again.

I have been organising and holding in person asexual meetups for over 5 years. 

Author of Asexual Perspectives 47 Asexual Stories on Amazon.

Presenter and daily Chat Show Host at Asexualise My Asexual Life! www.youtube.com/asexualisemyasexuallife 

Founder/Trainer at Asexualise Academy, the world's first online Training Centre and School for Asexuals and Asexuality. 

Founder and Blogger at www.asexualise.com

Speaker at the UK Asexuality Conference in London July 2018.

As seen in Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, Femedic, as heard on BBC Radio twice, including the Jeremy Vine Show. As heard on New Inceptions, Freestyle your Life and Straight Up Gay podcasts on ITunes!

 

Reviews

Posted by Andrew on August 6th at 9:45pm

In the present coronavirus situation, it's vital that we maintain our usual social activities by meeting online, and that's especially true of asexuals, who can feel isolated even at the best of times. This excellent course outlines every aspect of hosting your own online asexual meetup. Presented by renowned author, trainer and entrepreneur, Sandra Bellamy, who has many years experience of running successful asexual meetups. I joined in on one of Sandra's recent online meetups and it was a tremendous success. The course gives a live, over the shoulder view of the author planning an online meetup. The videos cover a wide range of topics, your aims for your online meetup, choosing the platform to host your meetup, finding people who want to attend, publicising your event on asexual sites and other social media, encouraging people to attend, how to facilitate the discussion, and typical mistakes to avoid. Also included are some useful resources to download, including scripts for different social media posts and asexual sites, the 7 steps of success to follow, and 3 key success indicators. This course is suitable for both beginners, and existing organisers of meetups who want to either switch to online meetups or improve their own online meetups. The course is a good investment on its own or as an extension to Sandra's excellent Asexual Meetup Mastery course on running an in-person asexual meetup, which it compliments perfectly. I highly recommend this course.

Posted by Sam Manzie on August 6th at 9:40pm

I started going to Asexual Meetups around 2015 because I wanted to make some new friends. I had never been to any sort of meetup before, due to being extremely introverted. As it was a fairly local meetup, I signed up and went along. But when I got there, there was a lack of organisation, and it wasn't the friendly atmosphere I had hoped it would be. In fact, I felt left out, ignored, and isolated. There were attendees that had obviously been before, and the focus seemed largely on them. It seemed like if your face didn't fit, you were made to feel like an outcast. As we are already in the minority, I didn't expect to feel this way, and it totally threw me off-guard as it wasn't what I expected to feel. I decided maybe meetups weren't for me, and I never went back to those meetups again. The following year, because I still wanted to make some asexual friends, I decided to give asexual meetups another try. I was hugely disappointed to find that once again, the organiser was cold and distant, and the experience of if your face didn't fit, you were made to feel unwelcome, continued. At this point I gave up on asexual meetups. I met Sandra through one of her Facebook groups, which impressed me with how well it was organised and run by her. I felt included in the group. In fact I even posted in the group that I collect dice, and she sent me one through the post, free of charge. So I knew she was welcoming and friendly towards me, and seemed like a nice and caring person. It gave me confidence that if I attended one of her meetups, I would have that same experience. In May 2018, I decided to try one of Sandra's in person meetup, travelling around 200 miles to get there. I had spoken to Sandra about the meetup before I attended, and relayed my anxiety and mental health issues, and she was very thoughtful and considerate. She showed a great interest in sharing our experiences within the asexual community and also other interests. When we met with the other people who attended, Sandra made sure that everyone was included in the conversation and that people were comfortable and happy with the arrangements, and made everyone feel welcome. As I was booked into the hotel for a few days due to the travel time, she spent the entire weekend with me, getting to know each other. I knew then that I was glad I decided to give meetups another chance. After spending the weekend getting to know one another, we quickly became best friends, and have been extremely close ever since, due to her open, honest, and caring nature. Going to Sandra’s meetups rekindled my interest in going to other meetups, but it's just never been the same experience as hers. Having now been to a fair number of meetups organised by various people, I can quite certainly say that I have had far more success, enjoyment, and sense of community at Sandra's, than any of the others. Sandra is attentive to the views and needs of all the attendees, keeps an open mind, and maintains a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Through Sandra's meetups I have made several friends, including lifelong friendships with Sandra and someone else who has similar interests to me. I look forward to seeing them each time and keeping in touch with some of them outside of the meetups. When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, it was an unexpected shock. I was booked in to go to one of Sandra's in person meetups the following month, and was hugely disappointed that I could not see her, or other friends I had made through her meetups. I felt a deep sense of worry that the outside support system I had been used to, so abruptly came to a halt. The mental health team I had been so used to being supported by wasn’t returning my messages and calls. And I couldn't meet up with those in person, who made me feel included and gave me a sense of belonging that made me feel good. Having social anxiety made things worse. I still needed that in-person connection, and the lockdown left me feeling very isolated. It took a significant toll on my mental health, particularly as I have an aversion to being among people I don't know, in crowded areas, alone, this includes in supermarkets, which made getting food difficult. I also had bad asthma as a child, and didn't want to risk my life, or other's, for the sake of in-person connection. I knew it would be bad for my mental health to be completely cut off from Sandra and the other asexual friends I had made. I don't usually connect with people online, other than through messaging, but having visited Sandra for a one-to-one meetup just before the lockdown, we had arranged to make more Skype video calls together, as the previous one went so well. Because there were a number of other people due to attend the meetup that Sandra had to cancel due to the lockdown, Sandra decided to hold an online meetup instead. Only this time, she invited others from all around the world, including a person in Australia. It was great for me that Sandra decided to host her own online meetups, as this helped me to feel connected to others and less isolated, which has been considerably difficult for me due to my mental health. There was a variety of people who joined, and it was good to meet and get to know some more people within the asexual community. Online meetups are a great idea because it allows people to socialise and get to know each other, make new friends etc, with people they may not have had the chance to meet otherwise. Online meetups are a great thing to do for a more inclusive community, as people are often more able to join these meetups, especially with the current social distancing, etc. It is vital for people to maintain connections to the community, either to make new friends, or for support, or simply to feel less isolated and alone. I had some great conversations during the online meetup, and people were able to come and go without any hassle, and even rejoin later on. It is also important for those of us (including myself) with social anxiety to be able to take part in these, as it encourages people to reach out, and to maintain a social connection with like-minded individuals. In order for more online meetups to be held, and to encourage or enable other asexuals to reach out to the community, it is important that more people run these meetups. It is therefore essential for anyone who wants to run successful online asexual meetups to get this course.