Sorry, not wanting to sell courses on selling courses - selling courses in engineering, yes.
I am process driven and like together my own process in place to work from.
Just to clarify - I don't want to sell course on how to sell courses.
Guru - no not me.
I have been teaching engineering for 10 years and have many specific, specialist skills that I have passed on to thousands of learners, at different levels. I have also set up and managed a number of adult professional courses.
I haven't set up independant digital...
So, it has been a few months since my "F*ck this moment" - Link.
Quitting job in July (I currently work in education and this is the end of the term).
Finally got my a$$ into gear and decided to draw upon my current skill set to develop a range of online courses.
First course: How to...
Hi and welcome.
I am from the UK too - a few on here actually. Everyone is super nice and helpful.
Qualifications and history mean shit - its all about motivation and action.
Will look forward to seeing your story unfold.
Here was the start of mine: Link
Good luck! Feel free to ask for anything.
My Rating: 1 stars out of 5 stars
Not sure if I was one of the few, but I didn't really like the book.
Yes, a few good pieces of advice, but nothing new and nothing that I have not read in TMF.
"Work hard, don't give up, fail and go again, no need to be perfect, take full...
I have been speed reading for many years.
As an educator - its great to find relevant content, review pre-learnt materials, mark learners work, etc.
For learning - it is not so good.
Everyone is different. Maybe I am not doing it correctly?
@RazorCut your words of genius I have taken form this thread:
Every day that goes by is a day that you will NEVER see again.
Everything you do is a total waste of your time and energy unless you TAKE ACTION.
Ask yourself at the end of each and EVERY day "Have I progressed?
Have you tried and...
This thread is powerful - just what I need to kick my a$$ into gear.
Wake at 6.30
Shower, breakfast, think about how much i hate my job and how disappointed I am for not doing more for my future the previous day. "Always work harder on yourself than your job" Jim Rohn.
Don't sweat the CV gap - just make sure you don't need a slowlane job again....and if you do, the fact that you have set up in business should be a far greater experience than being a cog in a big machine - you built and own your own machine!!!
I stumbled into an ebay business. Realised that I could make +300% markup buying used clothes from charity stores and selling on ebay. Then started ebuying and selling on ebay to build up more stock. Income was pretty good for a part time second job and I enjoyed the "treasure hunting".
Yes I do agree to a point.
I do like the philosophy behind it though; design does not need to be complicated, and with some work it isn't the most difficult thing to get it realised and selling.
I would not want to be in the position of taking a huge international corporation to court - that...
Good advice - thanks.
I remember being in such a desperate state 10 years ago having £8.27 to my name and having to feed myself, an 18 month old and a 3 year old for 8 days before I could get anymore money. Walking around the supermarket with a claculator and paying in low value coins...