What Kinds Of Knowledge Do You Have That Will Benefit Others?
What if you were given the opportunity to share with other people information you know already and teach and share what you are most passionate about to those people?
Would you be interested to learn HOW to do that?
“There is power of teaching what you know”….. says Meiko Patton, Contributor and Career Consultant, Editor and Career Savvy Fed Blogger
“There’s been a cultural shift towards sharing and just like Netflix, people want to be able control their own media,” Udemy’s CEO, Dennis Yang says “Because of mobile technology, people want access to learning when they want it and where they want it. A new instructor, he says “has the ability to impact many students’ lives and students have access to experts, right at their fingertips,”
Before you can create courses around your knowledge in the online teaching ring, you will need to do these three things first:
1. Claim a topic.
- What area do you find fascinating?
- In everyday conversation, what do you talk about the most?
- This could be an indication of what you could teach others.
- What questions are people always asking you to help them with?
- If individuals are always approaching you for advice, perhaps within that there’s something you can teach.
- What genre of books do you tend to read?
- Answering this might point to a subject area you might teach.
2. Solve a problem.
- To teach what you already know — or what you are willing to learn — you require students. And to find them, you must know their needs and how to best serve them.
- Asking questions is the best way to get to familiarize yourself with the needs of prospective students.
- You might ask, for example, some of these questions:
- What are three areas in which you’re having problems at work or in life?
- What are three things you really want to accomplish this year?
- What frustrates you the most about your job or online business?
- What have you done to try to improve your situation?
- What has worked the best (or the least)?
3. Define an objective.
- Remember, you want to deliver only high-quality information.
- To do so, you must know your audience and cater to their needs.
- A good question to ask yourself is “Who are the people who will participate in my course and what will they be hoping to learn?”
- Focus on students at a specific skill level: beginners, intermediate or advanced learners.
- This will not only help you target the right audience but will also ensure that your course offers the type of information that your students are seeking.
For more information on HOW you can create courses that will help and benefit others in your niche, CLICK HERE.
By the end of this year, you’ll end up somewhere.
Do you want to end up somewhere well-designed or undesigned?
The choice is yours.
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To Your Success,