Online learning is soaring!
Large companies are doing it. Savvy small businesses too. They are benefiting from meeting the needs of online learning.
Solopreneurs, authors and other creatives are seizing the opportunity. You haven’t missed the boat! Here’s why you should consider teaching online …
The world is changing faster than ever
If you can master some element of our fast-changing world and stay on top of it … you can help others do the same.
This is where online learning outshines other ways of learning. It’s agile. Responsive. Niche.
It’s about authority—and you can build it via teaching
Attention is a premium. How do you stand out as an influencer?
Be an expert who teaches on that interesting topic. You will attract attention. And other opportunities can start showing up as you emerge as an authority in your niche.
You’ll really know your topic when you teach
You’ve heard this idea … Want to really master a topic? Teach it. Your knowledge and understanding will go down deep and soar high as you prepare and teach.
- Your research your topic
- Synthesize your deepening knowledge
- Express and package your teaching into modules and lessons
Teach once, but offer your course many times
Have they mastered cloning? Not yet. So at least until then, leverage is your friend.
Creating an online course is a smart investment of your energy and time. You can create evergreen content once and have it go out there and work again, again, and again.
And it’s all about your reach expanding more. Teaching 200 or 500 can be as easy as teaching 20 or 50. Scalability.
Discover that adult learners can become loyal customers/clients
A course that delivers value will create strong top-of-mind awareness for your brand, business, or cause.
Education transforms lives. And personal transformation will go a long way to develop the know-like-trust factor that makes you an influencer.
You create a community of “evangelists”
Your students can reciprocate more value than just the cost of the course.
Your quality course will generate testimonials. Next time you launch a course, you’ll have some social proof.
Social media and the hyper-connectivity of the web will introduce what you have to offer to students (and customers and clients) you could probably never find on your own.