11 Ways To Beat Self-Doubt & Imposter Syndrome When Creating Online Courses

By Sarah Cordiner / June 16, 2017

Here is a simple fact: it is IMPOSSIBLE to know EVERYTHING about a topic.  There is so much information, science, data, opinions, studies, theories, ideas, discussions and more out there that it is an impossibility to keep up with and retain all of that information in our human heads. As an educator and course creator,…

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Sarah’s New Book: “The Theory and Principles of Creating Effective Training Courses” [Get Your Exclusive Signed Copy]

By Sarah Cordiner / January 2, 2017
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The 10 Steps To Creating A Wildly Successful Online Course

By Sarah Cordiner / November 25, 2016

The 10 Stages of Creating A Wildly Successful Online Course     Gone are the days when you could just ‘promise’ your prospects that you are worth investing in – now you have to PROVE it. And there is no better way of demonstrating your expertise, than by creating an online course. By teaching your…

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Edupreneurship: The ONLY Growth Strategy You’ll Need in 2017

By Sarah Cordiner / November 18, 2016

Once upon a time, it was he who shouted loudest that made the most sales; but gone are the days of the toe-curling ‘buy my stuff’ marketing techniques.  The only action this method attracts today is the ‘block’ button – every marketers nightmare. In recent years, we have witnessed a tidal shift into a new…

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8 Ways To Engage the Right Brain Learner in Your Online Courses

By Sarah Cordiner / October 6, 2016

8 Ways To Engage the Right Brain Learner in Your Online Courses The left side of our brain is the logical, analytical and  strategic side of us; whereas the right side of our brain is the visual, creative and conceptual side of us.  Most people fall more into one side than another the majority of…

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How To Engage Heart-Centered Learners in Your Online Courses

By Sarah Cordiner / October 6, 2016

When we are creating courses of any kind, it is critical that we consider the many different learning preferences and learner characteristics that our course will need to engage. In other articles I have talked about how to engage global vs analytical learners; left brain vs right brain learners, kinaesthetic, visual and audio preferences –…

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5 Ways To Make Your Students Hungry For Your Online Course

By Sarah Cordiner / July 22, 2016

Have you ever bought a music album having not heard the music before?  Probably not.  Before you paid money for the last song you downloaded or CD you purchased, you are likely to have first heard it on the radio, at a friends house, in a club or at a concert.     If we…

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How Long Should Your Online Course Videos Be? 3 Simple Tips For The Perfect Video Duration

By Sarah Cordiner / July 17, 2016

How long should your online course videos be? Here are 3 simple tips for getting the perfect online course video duration.   Us human beings have incredibly short attention spans, and it’s getting shorter and shorter as we continue to be bombarded with information and distractions. Successful online instructors get to the top, because their…

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4 Ways To Maximise Traffic, Fans & Sales – From ONE Online Course Video

By Sarah Cordiner / July 17, 2016

Video is currently one of the highest converting sales and marketing techniques that you can possibly be using for your business right now; and as online instructors, we have these in abundance. The thing is, most online instructors I meet are humble creatures.  They love to teach, but they don’t necessarily like to promote themselves…

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The Easiest Method I Used To Get 32% More Online Course Sales

By Sarah Cordiner / July 17, 2016

Promoting and selling your online courses can happen in the most unexpected ways; and as online instructors, we should be paying very close attention to where our online course sales are coming from so that we can focus more time, effort and attention on the marketing methods that are working and filter out those that…

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