The reason we attend events can be several,but the decision to go or not is decided by you or your employer. Each experience during the event changes your perspective of world and has influence on the future decisions. Companies and entrepreneurs who have become proficient at making wise decisions, without being influenced by the opinions of others, are the same companies and entrepreneurs that thrive in marketplace.
There are so many factors involved in deciding which events to go to. But once you make the decision, everything else falls in place. The event organizers in fact rewards the attendees who makes decision fast by giving discount on the tickets. Its true in sales and in life. No one can see you making decisions but they will almost always see the results of your decision before, during and after attending the event. The person who fails to develop their ability to make decision sometimes misses the opportunity or does not know what he wants. Indecision sets up internal conflicts which can,with our warning,escalate into all out mental and emotional wars. Psychiatrists have a name to describe these internal wars,it is ambivalence. My oxford Dictionary tells me that ambivalence is the coexistence in one person of opposite feelings toward the same objective. Indecision causes disintegration. DECIDE RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE WITH WHATEVER YOU HAVE GOT. This the the best way to experience the event with clarity of mind.