The Keys to Launching a Successful Online Course

Hey there — welcome back to the Copyblogger Weekly!
We’ve had a lot to say this week about online courses. On Monday, Pamela Wilson talked about some of the surprising ways you can profit from launching your course. On Tuesday, Henneke gave us some specifics on how to write a high-value lesson plan to make your course easier to sell.
And yesterday, I shared my story about my own road to teaching online — a road that definitely included some bumps and curves. (Spoiler alert: it has a happy ending!)
If you’ve been thinking about launching a course but weren’t sure how to get started, Brian Clark is offering a free webinar next week to walk you through some crucial steps.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 beginning at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
Brian’s going to cover:

Designing the learning experience for your course
How to craft your learner profile
Identifying the benefits of knowledge (these unlock so many doors)
A three-step process for crafting learning objectives

We use these ideas literally every week at Copyblogger and Rainmaker Digital. The webinar will cover very hands-on, practical material that you can start working with right away — to develop an online course that’s an amazing experience for your learners, and an amazing business to support your goals.
To register for the free webinar, simply click here and enter your email address.
Then you’ll receive the special link to register for the webinar. You have to register to attend, and space is limited … so don’t wait.
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Note to Self, On Time Management

Dear Joanna,
This year, you gained 8 pounds.
You skipped the gym more than you went.
You sat at your desk (or a desk in a hotel) almost every single day of the year. At least 360 days of it. And when you were at a desk, you were there for eight or ten – sometimes 14 – hours at a time. Even on Sundays. Even though you promised Dave you’d take Sundays off.
Your almost-mother-in-law said you looked tired every time she saw you.
You cancelled your vacation to Hawaii. “Too busy.”
You cancelled a book

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