I've had 100 at a party so 60 is easy. Not everyone wants to stand up and talk, so they listen. Never a problem, I've been doing this
for many years and absolutely love it. One time we only had 7 because the door locked and nobody could get in and we didn't know about it til the next day. So everyone got "personal attention" and they were amazed. On Friday great ideas were shared for a guy who had been a lawyer for 30 yrs. and just didn't like it anymore. So he's now a Deepak Chopra coach/meditation leader, etc. totally spiritual guy who has both feet on the ground. A chef who wants to cook for kids we gave her many great leads, a baker who will be doing an online business, a published author and playwright who got some great ideas on how to promote herself and sell more books and where to get grants for her play, etc., a gal who wants to teach sexuality to people over 50, etc etc. Great party.