Whether it’s working out, taking classes, writing, running your business, everyone’s got a slightly different style of working and learning.
I know that for the most part I love to work in solitude and then peek my head out when I’m done to get the next step. Some of the best online learning experiences were ones where I had to show up every single day, though…
I’m curious now about your audience. How do they like to consume your content? Where do they consume it? Do they want to do it at their own pace, in the dead of night, on the beach?
Or do they want the camaraderie of the group, the class, the mastermind?
Today’s episode of the Fearless Launching explores this question and shares why it’s important for you to know as you go into your next launch.
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We usually chat with people after their first launch - so we can get that story of what happened, how they felt, what they changed up going forward… but this time, I there was no need to time travel or dig into the archives.
Kristoffer Carter has been working like a madman behind the scenes of some of the most important creators online. I got to know him last year when we joined forces to support our dear friend Jonathan Fields launch Revolution U and then again as faculty members in Jonathan’s intense, life changing GLP Immersion program.
But today - it’s all about Krissy. Here’s just a peek at what we get into on this episode:
We also dive into many topics that show how he lives his life from top to bottom - with a mission to be completely integrated, always practice radical introspection, and to make it his duty to have fun and rally people to have the best experience EVER.
Visit the show notes page to get all the resources and peeps we mentioned during the show over at: http://www.annesamoilov.com/show
So, today’s episode we’re chatting with Jen Louden about her approach to teaching and how she’s created a program that dives deep into the topics of student engagement, the course creation process, and some hidden things that prevent people from sharing their goods in the first place.
Here’s what we cover in this episode:
The truth about getting people to learn
The one thing you should do every single time you start a course to get people engaged quickly
I ask Jen to expand on why less is more when you’re creating a class of any kind
How to make sure people remember what you’re trying to teach them
How to structure your course for different levels of people
The ideal process of creating a class