Revolutionary Course Creation Method - Create Better Courses

Ian Stables, I'm Here To Help You

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28 Lessons (2h 5m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:39
    • 2. How Your Lectures Will Look Better

      5:45
    • 3. Best Equipment for Low Prices

      5:16
    • 4. How to Create a Quick Easy Plan #1

      2:15
    • 5. How to Create a Quick Easy Plan #2

      6:55
    • 6. How to Create a Quick Easy Plan #3

      4:58
    • 7. The Know What to Say Lecture Structure #1

      1:16
    • 8. The Know What to Say Lecture Structure #2

      6:08
    • 9. The Know What to Say Lecture Structure #3

      3:18
    • 10. The Know What to Say Lecture Structure #4

      5:35
    • 11. The Know What to Say Lecture Structure #5

      3:25
    • 12. How to Record Your Lectures With Ease #1

      1:33
    • 13. How to Record Your Lectures With Ease #2

      5:29
    • 14. How to Record Your Lectures With Ease #3

      6:59
    • 15. How to Record Your Lectures With Ease #4

      2:04
    • 16. How to Record Your Lectures With Ease #5

      1:55
    • 17. Add the Magic #1

      6:13
    • 18. Add the Magic #2

      3:24
    • 19. Add the Magic #3

      3:43
    • 20. Add the Magic #4

      10:39
    • 21. Add the Magic #5

      3:54
    • 22. Add the Magic #6

      5:45
    • 23. Add the Magic #7

      3:19
    • 24. Add the Magic #8

      7:41
    • 25. Add the Magic #9

      5:40
    • 26. Add the Magic #10

      2:50
    • 27. Add the Magic #11

      3:09
    • 28. Conclusion

      2:17

About This Class

This is a revolutionary method

I'm going to turn you into a course creation expert.

- Learn how to create professional courses that stand out against most other courses.

- Create engaging courses students are more likely to complete.

- Students will love your courses and are highly likely to tell others to join.

This course will show you how to create engaging courses. With the use of variety, the mind of your student will be kept engaged. By using the same methods television use, you can keep your student's interest. This is the reason television keeps us glued to the screen