Latest Articles by Sarah Cordiner

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education

By Sarah Cordiner / 01/04/2019

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education Author: Sarah Cordiner When most educators or regulators assess the effectiveness of training and education programs, they tend to focus on the just skills and knowledge outcomes.   However, there is a more powerful, life-impacting criteria that most education providers (from sole-trading Trainers to international higher education institutions) are…

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Overcoming The Fear Of Filming Your Online Course Videos

By Sarah Cordiner / 17/01/2018

Creating Courses on Camera   Presenting on camera is extremely different to presenting face to face. And along with that, comes the terrifying prospect that you are immortalizing yourself in the capturing of a video, that could be viewed by millions of people for the rest of time.  Gulp.   It’s not surprising that people…

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What If You’re Too Young or Too Old To Create an Online Course?

By Sarah Cordiner / 05/12/2017

“I’m Too Old or Too Young to Create an Online Course!” Ever heard yourself say this?  If so, this article is for you…     What amazes me about course creation is that the younger people think they are too young and the older people think they are too old to be out there educating…

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What To Do If You Have Too Much Content For Your Online Course

By Sarah Cordiner / 28/11/2017

“What If I Have Too Much Content?! I have so much content, so much research, so many topics that I could choose from, that I don’t know where to begin or how to break it all up!”   Ever heard yourself say these things? If so, this article is or you!   Most edupreneurs and…

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11 Ways To Overcome The Competition

By Sarah Cordiner / 14/11/2017

It’s completely normal to feel threatened by your competition. There have been times when I’ve sat back and watched one of my competitors execute some spectacular launch and it made me feel so inferior that I momentarily questioned my entire career choice whilst shoving an entire packet of chocolate-coated comfort biscuits into my mouth! As…

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What To Do If Your Online Course Videos Aren’t ‘Hollywood PERFECT’

By Sarah Cordiner / 07/11/2017

“What If My Video’s Are Not ‘Hollywood’ Perfect?” Ever heard yourself say something like this? If not having a Hollywood film studio is stopping you from creating your online courses, then this article is for you….   I have taken $5 courses on Udemy that were way better than ones that I’ve paid in excess…

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What To Do If You’re Afraid That Nobody Will Buy Your Online Course

By Sarah Cordiner / 31/10/2017

“What If Nobody Buys It?” Ever heard yourself say this when thinking about creating your online course?   If so, this article is for you….   The fear of rejection can stop so many of us from ever even attempting to go after our dreams.  I’ve watched friends avoid asking someone they like to go…

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Interactive PDF’s in e-Learning – What You Should Know

By Sarah Cordiner / 25/10/2017

Interactive PDF’s PDFs have been around since the early 1990’s, and in the early 2000’s software began offering features that enabled the development of PDF interactivity. Although to some, the old familiar PDF may seem a bit boring and ‘old school’ on the outside, the possibilities of PDF design are now almost limitless in enabling…

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What To Do When People Doubt You

By Sarah Cordiner / 16/10/2017

For many people, what other people think about them is really important – especially those that they love.   Getting support and approval from the people we care about the most can be hugely important and for many people, the ultimate deciding factor about whether they go ahead with what they were thinking about doing…

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What To Do If You Can’t Afford To Create an Online Course

By Sarah Cordiner / 10/10/2017

“I Can’t Afford To Do It”… Is this reason holding you back from your online course creation?  If so, this article is for you….   I work with many aspiring edupreneurs every week.  All of them have great ideas and an abundance of talent that they could serve with and profit from.   When I…

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