Deliver a Fun LIVE Learning Session

In this post, I share how to create a personalized learning experience for your students that is live, engaging and so satisfactory for everyone. Below are strategies that will help you create this experience.

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E-Course Trend: Backyard Blended Learning

Personalized Experience Have you noticed how people’s lives are becoming more personal and authentic? They are resisting, they want real, they want to be present, they want to choose how they live.

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Student Spotlight: Setting the Project Sponsor Up for Success

Name of the Course: Project Sponsor Guide Website: https://projectsponsorguide.com/sp-stpsufs/ Description: My conviction is that the role of a Project Sponsor is the most important role in any change

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Peek Behind a Nathalie Lussier Course

Wouldn’t it be nice to peek inside another person’s course to check out their set up? Because sometimes we are stuck on how to build it, or want to switch things up and not design the same

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How Hot is Your Course? Entrepreneurs Win Hands Down.

All e-courses are not equal and cannot be described the same due to the following:● Audience type● Course purpose● BudgetsI’ve designed courses for different sectors (corporate, etc.) and further

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Course Spotlight: Meeting Mastery Academy

Name Of Course: Meeting Mastery Academy Academy Website:http://www.themeetingrevolution.com/online-academy/ Description: Not so long again, I questioned, “What is a ‘Tweet’ and where do you find

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Course Spotlight: Develop the Mindset of a Champion

NAME OF COURSE:  HOW TO QUICKLY DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN A CHAMPION’S MINDSET:  ACTIONABLE SKILLS FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS Course Website:  https://developthemindsetofachampion.com/ Dr. Jack’s

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21st Century Skills: Are You Teaching Them?

You might have heard about the need to teach students, children that is, 21st century skills so they can function in a world and workplace that is much different than what today’s adults have experienced. The

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My Course Is Starting – Now What?

For many years I taught adults in the college and university setting, both in the classroom and online. I learned the hard way how to prepare for teaching others (even if my curriculum was all written)

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To New Course Creators: Market Locally First

Marketing your business is hard work – it takes strategy, consistency, time and money. Add a course to that mix and you have the additional task of finding a specific audience who wants to take one,

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