If you’ve bought any online courses before, you might be familiar with this one. You watch the trainer goes through step-by-step on how to do something. This something could be: Finding your profitable niche Choosing your audience for Facebook Ads Setting up your elegant marketing funnel Then you set out to attempt the same stepsContinue reading “Don’t Just Teach Tactics”
行行出狀元 The Chinese idiom literally means, “there’s a master in every trade“. I’ve never quite believed in it. Until today. My son came running to me, telling me he wants to support this YouTuber on Patreon. I almost lost my mind.
Want to increase the odds of creating an effective learning program? Then this article is for you. “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing” ~Unknown Building on what your learners already know, instead of starting from scratch, isn’t just smart. It also ensures your learners are better able to understand and apply what you’re teaching.
The answer? Create a Catalytic Course. Why?
I’ve had it. Time and again, I would be invited to a webinar, promising sharing of behind-the-scene strategies and advice. Only to be inundated with their stories and bullshit advice. What exactly are bullshit advice?
If you were to start a new organization tomorrow in a different line of work, what core values would you build into the new organization regardless of its activities? Jim Collins Schools in Singapore will be closed starting next Wednesday. The thought of having two young and active children being at home all the timeContinue reading “Identifying Shared Values”
“It’s okay. You can be honest with me. Just tell me what you think.“ When it comes to your idea, most people will not want to hurt your feelings.
“What do you think about the idea?” Invariably, the data you get from asking that question are false positives. That’s not the fault of the person you asked. In fact, that person you asked, could be mom, loved you so much, she wanted to encourage you. But in the wrong way.
I spent the weekend making a comparison between two productivity apps. Things 3 has a killer feature that Todoist doesn’t: start date. But does having the right tool help you get more done?
Regardless of whether you are planning for a bite-sized course or a full-fledged masterclass, online learning is definitely a viable option.