In making a customer care call, I ended up getting a booking. She set a date and I told her how I like to make things easier for my hosts by sending out the invites. How this helps to make hosting that much simpler. I asked her if she could get me a guest list and then I'd send her a host packet. I asked if she was okay with doing things through e-mail or if I should mail the guest list form. She said e-mail was fine. I sent her the form to fill out through e-mail and also wrote a host coaching e-mail. I haven't heard from her, and I know it's my job to follow up. Her show isn't until Sept 12th, so there's a lot of time and I said that when she booked the show, so that she didn't feel pressure. Now I think back to Tammy Stanley's workshop and I'm wondering if I've messed up big time. I didn't follow up with her right away. Now time has gone by. I'm just wondering what words to use in this follow up phone call that will not put pressure on my host or make her feel guilty that she didn't do what she agreed to. What Tammy taught made total sense that now I'm nervous to call and say something that will push my host away. But like I said, there's still tons of time to get the ball rolling, I just want to be sure I say the right thing. Don't know if I should just let her know that I'm mailing out a host packet. Then she can choose to either e-mail me or use the provided stamped envelope to mail the guest list to me.