Peek Behind a Nathalie Lussier Course

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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 as courses we’ve taken previously. More so, we might have special content that needs to be displayed in Read More…

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 ● Budgets I’ve designed courses for different sectors (corporate, etc.) and further describe their main motive and typical look of their courses. You’ve probably taken a course in at least 1 of these 4 Read More…

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 it?” I was reminded recently just how far I have come in this online journey that I started just over 18 months ago. Not only did I not know what a Read More…

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://drjacksinger.thinkific.com/ Dr. Jack’s Story Leading to the Course Development: As a Professional Sport Psychologist, I worked for more than 27 years elite athletes and teams, helping them to grind through adversity, overcome obstacles over which they Read More…

21st Century Skills: Are You Teaching Them?

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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 reason for such skill development is our world is now more… Connected via technology and the internet Creative in Read More…

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) and run my course like a cool cucumber (though I was very alert all the time.) If you plan Read More…

To New Course Creators: Market Locally First

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, especially yours. Yet, statistics have shown that online learning is becoming more and more popular because of its convenience Read More…

2 Tips to Make Webinars Valuable Teaching Moments

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What is the typical format for a webinar, especially a free one? Below is a common structure. Opening introductions 5 minute warm up Strategy #1 10 slides that take 20 minutes Strategy #2 Another 10 slides that take 20 minutes Upsell 3 slides or sharing of landing page that takes 10 minutes Wrap up 5 Read More…

Successful Student Exercises: Start Small, Then Big

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You start a course that you are super keen about. You whiz through the introductory module, start to dig down into the first few lessons, and WHAM – you are asked to complete a full plan of something or fill out an 8-page worksheet. Freeze up! You know that tense feeling you have? Interestingly, that Read More…

Why Build a Course, Anyway?

Everyone, I mean EVERYONE, seems to have an online course. It is the most trendy new info product (or service) to have. And there are many good reasons why: It serves many customers at once You build it once and sell over and over It nicely bottles your wisdom in a way you can share Read More…

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