9 Ways To Get Less Haters and More Fans in Business: People Buy YOU

By Sarah Cordiner / November 27, 2016

What is the difference between those who create truly loyal fans and those who get ostracised by the very community they are trying to engage? How is it, that even though we may have competitors who are far less intelligent, capable and competent than us, have raging success and a tribe of dedicated followers who…

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Should You Give Your Online Course Away for FREE?

By Sarah Cordiner / February 17, 2016

In Part 1 of this article series, I explain to you what the 5 major criteria are behind getting an online course ‘to the top’. The first criteria is ‘Numbers’; which many online instructors get by giving away course coupons for free.  In this Part 2 article, we will look into whether or not this is…

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The Benefits of Building an Online Community for Business Growth

By Sarah Cordiner / February 11, 2016
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Online Learning Glossary

By Sarah Cordiner / January 20, 2016

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The New (and much better) Way Of Getting Leads And Making Sales

By Sarah Cordiner / December 16, 2015

‘Edu-preneurship’ and ‘Edu-marketing’ are the new ways of generating leads, impacting your market, positioning yourself as the authority in your field and of course, making more sales! Think ‘content marketing’ but on super-intergalactic steroids!   It’s about moving away from ‘selling’, and instead creating a following by educating and informing your market (but doing so…

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10 Steps Towards Starting a Registered Training Organisation

By Sarah Cordiner / December 14, 2015

Why? Becoming a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is the ultimate opportunity to contribute to your industry and area of expertise. Any business can deliver training, but it takes high quality and highly committed businesses to obtain the authorative and respectable status of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). It is ONLY RTOs that are permitted to…

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How A Business Woman's Failure Caused The Rising Of A New Breed Of Entrepreneur

By Sarah Cordiner / August 7, 2015

How A Business Woman’s Failure Caused The Rising Of  A New Breed Of Entrepreneur After migrating to Australia just 3 years ago, I’d gone from having nowhere to live and not a friend in the world, to having a business valued at more than $3 million dollars and 23 staff. My company, MainTraining was primarily…

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Presentation 2015

By Sarah Cordiner / March 7, 2015

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10 Steps Towards Starting a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

By Sarah Cordiner / January 11, 2015

Why? Becoming a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is the ultimate opportunity to contribute to your industry and area of expertise.  Any business can deliver training, but it takes high quality and highly committed businesses to obtain the authorative and respectable status of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).    It is ONLY RTOs that are permitted…

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