In a world of princesses selling online course clones, success demands that you stand out.

You gotta be Batman.

It’s not too difficult to be unique when you have a super niche course like bra sewing or hoop dancing.  But if your course topic is EVERYWHERE, how do you stand out among the oodles of other courses?

The solution is simple:  create a course using techniques based on the proven science of how people learn so you can guarantee your students get results.

Give your students a transformative learning experience, and I promise, you will stand out in a sea of mediocrity (and some real $h*t that is out there.).

 

Become Batman by focusing on learning and your course will almost sell itself.

 

Creating a transformative learning experience is much easier than you think. The key is to move beyond sharing information and into actions.

Start by clearly stating the specific actions you want your students to do as a result of the course. If you can’t say how students will act as a result of what they’ve learned, your course will be stuck in information sharing instead of being a full and transformative learning experience.

 

Here’s a quick and dirty way to get at the action outcomes for your students.

For illustration purposes, I’ll use a class about Stress Reduction as an example.

Write down all the things you think students will be learning.

Using the example of a course on Stress Reduction:

  • They will learn to relax in difficult situations
  • They will understand the fight or flight response and constant stress leads so many health problems.
  • They will know how to use a simple relaxation technique.
  • They will understand how breath, body and mind are interrelated.

Eliminate “learn,” “understand,” or  “know.”

Using the same example of a course about Stress Reduction:

  • Relax in difficult situation
  • Constant stress causes fight or flight responses and leads to many health problems
  • Use simple relaxation technique
  • Breath, body and mind are interrelated.

Identify the verb that shows the action of the student using the information.

Using the example of a course on Stress Reduction:

  • Relax in a difficult situation
  • Describe how constant stress causes Fight or flight responses and leads to many health problems
  • Use simple relaxation technique
  • Apply the interconnectedness of breath, mind and body

Get Specific

For this, you will get very specific and add a parameter of either a time frame or an amount of times to do the action.  It often helps if you start with the phrase, “At the end of the course, students will be able to….”

Using the example of a course on Stress Reduction:

  • Relax in at least 1 difficult situation that used to trigger stress
  • Describe how constant stress has led to “fight or flight” response in your own body and the process of this creating one of your health issues.
  • Use the (signature) Relaxation Technique at least once per day
  • Apply the interconnectedness of breath, mind and body in at least 1 action each day.

That’s it!  I told you it would be easy.

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