Business & Economics

Teach Your Gift

Author: Danny Iny

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 130

View: 945

ONLINE COURSES CHANGED MY LIFE...AND THEY CAN CHANGE YOURS, TOO Inside these covers, you'll learn what the online course business opportunity really looks like in 2020 and beyond--and exactly what coaches, consultants, authors, speakers, and experts need to do to seize it. You'll learn... how I went from hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt to a multimillion-dollar business in just a few years, thanks to online courses. (Introduction) who is really buying online courses today and how to cater to their ­interests. (Part 1) what goes into a world-class course that protects your ­credibility as an expert. (Part 5) a simple but super ­effective ­methodology for quickly ­validating that your course idea has legs. (Part 3) how to attract paying students quickly--before you've even built out the whole course. (Part 4) the four different ways that online courses can fit into your business model. (Part 2) what the landscape for online courses looks like today, and how it has evolved over time. (Part 1) Not understanding that last part is probably the biggest reason why so many course entrepreneurs fail, and it's not their fault--so much of what you hear out there is hype based on a playbook that's five years out of date I'm not going to waste your time with rah-rah energy or pie-in-the-sky ­success stories. If you're familiar with my work at Mirasee or my past books like Teach and Grow Rich or Leveraged Learning, you already know what you can look forward to in these pages: the straight goods on how things really work today, and what it takes to be successful with online courses.
Business & Economics

Teach Your Gift: How Coaches, Consultants, Authors, Speakers, and Experts Create Online Course Business Success in 2020 and Beyond

Author: Danny Iny

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 130

View: 285

ONLINE COURSES CHANGED MY LIFE...AND THEY CAN CHANGE YOURS, TOO! Inside these covers, you'll learn what the online course business opportunity really looks like in 2020 and beyond--and exactly what coaches, consultants, authors, speakers, and experts need to do to seize it. You'll learn... how I went from hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt to a multimillion-dollar business in just a few years, thanks to online courses. (Introduction) who is really buying online courses today and how to cater to their ­interests. (Part 1) what goes into a world-class course that protects your ­credibility as an expert. (Part 5) a simple but super ­effective ­methodology for quickly ­validating that your course idea has legs. (Part 3) how to attract paying students quickly--before you've even built out the whole course. (Part 4) the four different ways that online courses can fit into your business model. (Part 2) what the landscape for online courses looks like today, and how it has evolved over time. (Part 1) Not understanding that last part is probably the biggest reason why so many course entrepreneurs fail, and it's not their fault--so much of what you hear out there is hype based on a playbook that's five years out of date! I'm not going to waste your time with rah-rah energy or pie-in-the-sky ­success stories. If you're familiar with my work at Mirasee or my past books like Teach and Grow Rich or Leveraged Learning, you already know what you can look forward to in these pages: the straight goods on how things really work today, and what it takes to be successful with online courses.
Religion

Your Gift: Teaching

Author: Douglas Porter

Publisher: ChurchGrowth.org

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Category: Religion

Page: 73

View: 194

You love teaching…and maybe you have discovered that your dominant spiritual gift is the gift of teaching. What now? Use this book to learn more about what the Bible says regarding teaching, gain a better understanding of your role in the body of Christ, discover ways to sharpen your skills, find ideas for using your gift, and even receive a 2-year plan for thinking like a teacher. Topics also include: What Is Teaching? Gathering Data for Effective Teaching, Taking Aim to Focus Your Teaching, Preparing Your Teaching Plan, Choosing Your Own Unique Teaching Style, Measuring Your Effectiveness in Teaching, Finding Your Place on the Ministry Team, and more.

Your Gift: Shepherding

Author: Marvin Osborn

Publisher: ChurchGrowth.org

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Category:

Page: 80

View: 581

You enjoy overseeing and training groups of people. You long to see others learn and grow…and will help them. You find yourself caring for the needs of others. You seem to be drawn toward leading, reaching out to, teaching or caring for groups of people…then you may want to develop your gift of shepherding. Your Gift: Shepherding will help you develop and utilize your God-given gift in serving God, supporting your local-church ministry, and finding meaning and fulfillment through the ministry God intends for you.
Business & Economics

Teach Your Team to Fish

Author: Laurie Beth Jones

Publisher: Crown Business

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 566

Laurie Beth Jones has given hundreds of thousands of business readers insight into how the ideas of Jesus can be used to enhance performance. One of the most critical work areas for anyone, whether a manager or a CEO, a teacher or a pastor, is cooperative teamwork. Leaders today face their greatest challenges not only in defining strategies and getting updated information but also in getting diverse human beings to pull together without falling apart. Jesus can be a role model for team leaders everywhere. When Jesus called out to his future disciples, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men,” he transformed them from people who worked for themselves to people who were part of a larger team. Jesus was constantly exhorting his people to “gather in my name” and “go out two by two” and always think and pray “as one.” Jesus’ final prayer was “that they might be one, Father, even as you and I are one,” which is ultimately about union and communion, common values and purpose—all of which form the bedrock of an inspired team. Teach Your Team to Fish offers dozens of stories from the Bible showing how Jesus managed his team of disciples and other followers, with suggestions for how to apply these lessons to real-world teambuilding and management problems. It offers guidance and inspiration on: * how to excite your team in order to motivate them; * how to ground them so they’ll be realistic about what can be achieved; * how to transform them into a truly well-functioning team; * and how to release them into the world to improve other teams elsewhere. Along the way, the book gives examples of companies in which teams work well together and offers lessons that can help team leaders everywhere sustain themselves and achieve their common goals. From the Hardcover edition.
Sermons, American

Unity Pulpit, Boston

Author: Minot Judson Savage

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Category: Sermons, American

Page:

View: 498

Family & Relationships

The Gift of Sleep

Author: Elizabeth Sloane

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

View: 352

Getting a baby to sleep through the night is the dream of every parent, but unsettled, broken nights are more often the reality. Elizabeth Sloane has been giving babies aged six months and over the gift of sleep for over 20 years. With a three-night program designed to lovingly correct any unhealthy sleep habits your child may have developed, Elizabeth's methods have helped break the cycles of sleeplessness, emotional exhaustion and frustration for thousands of babies and their parents, giving them a truly life-changing experience - and proven to work in just three nights. Her program offers a calm, committed and consistent approach to sleep training for all families in need of the Gift of Sleep. This book contains a step-by-step guide to the Gift of Sleep program, plus modified programs tailored for different age groups, worksheets, meal guides, case studies and FAQs - in short, everything you need to get your baby to learn to self-settle and sleep all night, every night.