ONLINE COURSE – OUTLINE OF A MODULE

Don’t know how to structure your premium online course?

Here’s a proven outline of a module that you can use.

 

Video 1: Introducing the Module
 


What’s the main topic of this video?

Why is this topic so important to your student?


What’s a personal story that illustrates this topic and the struggles you’ve faced dealing with it? What mindset helped you deal with it? 


What are the goals of this module? What do you want the student to think, do and setup by the end of the module?


 

Video 2: Teaching Your Framework or Content


What specific concepts should your student know to improve? Try to teach 3-10 points. This is where you really add the value and teach :)


What are the Do’s and Don’ts they should be aware of? Where might they screw up or be disappointed, and how can they deal with that?
 


Video 3: Case Study

What is a case study – about you, one of your students, or in the marketplace – that really shows what you’ve been teaching in this module? Tell the story, and give some points.

What is a tool, a free PDF or something else they can download that could help your student better understand or implement your idea? 

How can you cheer your student on or give them some uplifting words at the end of the module? 

Also, ask your students to comment, ask questions etc.

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How well do you know your perfect client? (do this exercise BEFORE you start prospecting on LinkedIn!)

Think about your 10 best clients. Based on what you know about them try to find some common traits and the differences between them. You can sort them based on their position, demographic traits, industry, ideal client, etc.

THE PROBLEM OF YOUR IDEAL CLIENT

Remember the sessions with your ideal clients and answer the following questions.

  1. What is the problem of your ideal client?
  2. How does her or his problem affect their job, private life, health, etc.?
  3. What are the worst case scenarios if your ideal client doesn’t solve the problem?
  4. What exactly will your ideal client lose if they don’t solve the problem?
  5. What is the reason your ideal client hasn’t found the solution yet?

GOALS AND WISHES OF YOUR IDEAL CLIENT 

How would they describe the solution for their problem?

  1. What will improve in their life if they solve the problem?
  2. How will they feel when the problem is solved?
  3. If your ideal client had a magic wand and had a perfect solution for his problem, what exactly would that solution be?
  4. IMPORTANT: solution you think is best for your ideal client and solution that your ideal client wants, might be different. If answering these questions feels painful and hard, it is best that you talk to as many of your ideal clients as possible.

 

REACTIONS OF YOUR IDEAL CLIENT TO YOUR SOLUTION 

After having thinking about who your ideal client is and what is their problem, try to picture as clearly as possible how does your client feels when they get the solution. What do they think? How do they feel? What do they see? The more in detail you can go when describing it, the easier your client will picture is as well.

Want Help With The C.R.A.Z.Y. Method?

 

If what you read so far is resonating with you….and you’d like some help implementing the LinkedIn C.R.A.Z.Y.  Method to build a Repeatable, Predictable, Measurable client acquisition system for your business?  

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As long as you still see this inside this Google Doc, the offer is still available. Book a free strategy call with Tina. Lock in your spot today!