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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What I Learned About Being a Great Teacher…. (from murderers and thieves….)

By Sarah Cordiner / January 31, 2017

What I learned about how to be a great teacher from murderers and thieves….   What makes a great teacher? There are countless ways to measure the success factors of a great teacher, and many of them are subjective or immeasurable in their nature. The fact is, there are many factors that must combine to…

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How To Think Your Way To Success: What I learned from John Assaraf about succeeding

By Sarah Cordiner / November 25, 2016

In October 2016 I had the extremely fortunate opportunity of attending the Thrive conference organised by Cole Hatter and his family, with much thanks to Thinkific who made me aware of the event. I had already booked my tickets before even getting to the 5th speaker in the lineup overview. I knew that it was…

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Success – It’s Not In Your Moments of Glory

By Sarah Cordiner / October 25, 2016

Only 18 months ago I felt like I didn’t have an ounce of breath left in me. The business I’d worked so hard to build took a brutal hit when a number of my clients were unexpectedly hit by a sudden Federal budget cut and it left them all unable to see their contracts through…

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10 Ways To Increase Your Online Course Sales – From ONE Piece of Content!

By Sarah Cordiner / July 17, 2016

10 Ways To Increase Your Online Course Sales From ONE Piece of Content from Sarah Cordiner I often see new instructors posting in social media groups with the ever familiar sentence: “So, I’ve just finished my course, how do I get my first sales?” – if only this question could be answered in a simple…

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To Avoid Being Scammed

9 Critical Warning Signs To Avoid Being Scammed in The Online Course Creation Industry

By Sarah Cordiner / May 17, 2016

9 Critical Warning Signs To Avoid Being Scammed in The Online Course Creation Industry     ***Online marketers are probably going to tear me apart for writing this whistle-blowing article***   We’ve all heard the statistics that the online learning industry is now worth BILLIONS of dollars. This is amazing, but it sadly also means…

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68 Books That All Online Course Creators Should Read

By Sarah Cordiner / April 26, 2016

As online course creators, it is just as essential for us to stay on top of our game with continuous professional development, as it is for our learners to stay on top of theirs by learning from us.   My team at MainTraining have come up with a list of 68 Must Read Books For Online…

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How To Teach a 'Skill' in Your Online Courses

By Sarah Cordiner / April 15, 2016

Are you teaching a new ‘skill’ to your learners in an online course? Teaching online requires very different approaches to teaching face to face for obvious reasons.  But from my experience working with online instructors, what is not so obvious, is HOW to do it differently. There are many ways to skin a cat, and…

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Productivity Tip: Automation

Productivity Tip: How To Put Your Time-Consuming Daily Tasks on Autopilot!

By Sarah Cordiner / February 17, 2016

Productivity Tip: How To Put Your Time-Consuming Daily Tasks on Autopilot! As an entrepreneurs and business owners we’re forever busy and it can feel like our to-do list gets bigger and bigger every day! Do you ever just feel like screaming?!  But there is a way out and there are some awesome FREE tools and…

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Why You Should Read Every Day

By Sarah Cordiner / January 20, 2016

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into…

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