Here is the Recording of Today’s Live Training:
1) Finish anything unfinished from last week.
2) Record the 1st 3 segments of your training program.
3) Add in links to supporting docs for 1st 3 lessons (like you see here on this page, consider this a sample lesson for YOUR program)
4) Start writing a daily email. Use this training to give you more detail than in the above training link: How to Write a Daily Email Campaign From Scratch
I’ve repeated last week’s training about outlining your product, as review to enhance homework point 3 above:
How to Outline Your Product:
Step 1: What are the 5-7 primary steps to doing what you teach? Write these out in outline form, just like I am doing in this lesson.
Step 2: Make a new lesson page for each of the 5-7 steps, just like THIS is lesson 1 of 6 (note these are placeholder lessons, they will contain nothing at first. You will add to them one lesson at a time, just like this lesson) You can watch this video to see how I created THIS lesson outline: Video of me creating THIS lesson outline
Step 3: Determine how you are going to teach the material. This lesson has a recorded component. You can record your lessons, or you can write them. This is an example of a written lesson: written lesson sample
Step 3: Add supporting documents and links. Just like you’ve seen me do here. So for example, if you teach karate, you might go to youtube and find a video of someone doing 100 pushups instead of recording your own. You might write a 5 page guide to something you are teaching, and convert it to a pdf. So: add in all supporting documents. Notice I am doing this by creating placeholders, THEN add the links (here is a video of me doing that: (this video I am currently recording)
Step 4: Do this for all 5-7 lessons. Your product is now complete. Yes, it IS this easy.
Study Rescuetime and your 15 minute diary to determine leaks and gaps: Rescue Time
Continue keeping a 15 minute diary (every 15 minutes for all week, write down what you are doing during that 15 minutes. Add up all the time for each thing you do at the end of the week, to see how you actually use your time.
Autoresponder suggestions (you should have this already but if not . . today’s the day!)