Things you need to consider before you launch your global course as a non-native English speaker:
- The Best Topics for Your Global Online Courses
- Be Sure There Is a High Demand for Your Idea
- Get the Best Learning Outcome and Transformation for Your Customers
- How to Choose and Collect Content for Your Course
- Plan Your International Course and the Modules
- Use Engaging and Effective Delivery Methods
- Prepare, Record and Edit Videos That Resonate With Your Customers Worldwide
- Build, Market, Launch and Sell Your Online Course to a Global Market
- Spoil Your Customers Within and Across Borders, Get Paid, and Have Them Buy Again and Again
As a global online entrepreneur you will move closer to building the life and business you love. Your talent helps you to create highly engaged email lists, create online training courses, and use online marketing strategies to sell...
If you are seeking to get more income, a job, or change your existing job based on your skills, there is not a beter time to take that step than now.
Thanks to the Internet and nearly seamless international payments methods, cross-border business is nearly barrier free. It brings on massive opportunities for international expansion, even if you are a non-native English speaker.
Actually your possibilities are practically limitless when it comes to raising your income. Your skills, education, and knowledge can easily be turned into profitable online products and you can work from anywhere in the world.
Richard Carlson said: “The old adage, If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, isn't always correct. In fact, the suspicion, cynicism, and doubt that are inherent in this belief can and does keep people from taking advantage of excellent opportunities.”
This is such an excellent opportunity! We live in an era where great new...
The part of us that is hiding, is often doing so because of fear to be judged. This part is longing to belong, and feels scared about what others think, afraid to be rejected.
The more people see of you, the more opinions, judgements, projections and rejections right? But also the more love, respect and connection. Being rejected is okay. See it as survival of the fittest, yet more like survival of the best fit. That is how you build your tribe.
The people that love you for who you are, for your work, and the value you offer, will stick around. The ones that are being negative about you or your work, are worthy to let go. This creates a healthy and natural selection of your contacts.
You can’t meet everyone’s expectations and at the same time stand in your own center of alignment. When what you offer, makes other people feel uncomfortable, they are simply not your ideal customer. Wanting to please as many people as possible is an ancient protection mechanism that...