My course is about having business networking conversations using an improvisational technique supported with practical performance tips.
The goal is to have easily flowing conversations.
The theme that appeals to me is water imagery.
I like where this is going… Your teaching people how to get into and stay in the flow when it comes to business networking conversations. So yes, a watery, fluid theme makes sense.
That said, it still feels like something is missing.
Is there any backdrop/storyline coming through?
For instance, I am currently in the process of planning a retreat for electronic music producers (which will be filmed and turned into an ecourse).
The core content is highly technical and guides students towards a deeper understanding of synthesis, workflow techniques, etc.
The theme is basically an audio alchemy apprenticeship/initiation.
Students are entering a Jedi-esque apprenticeship to become masters at the craft of music production wizardry.
I am still getting clear on what this looks like – but its basically an electronic music mystery school 😉
Anyways, I am curious what type of novel storyline you can bring in to help solidify your theme…
I think it’s sounds great too @Kate_Arms and I also concur with @andyfreist, it feels like it’s missing something. It feels like there’s a little more something to tie the watery, flow feeling into your theme and throughout their lessons. A story to tie it together and have it make sense.
What do you think?
I think it’s an Odyssey. Island hopping to pick up skills with unexpected transformation through facing an internal demon at each island.
Now you’re talking @Kate_Arms. Island hopping. Inner demon slaying. This is starting to sound pretty adventurous to me!! Are you getting clear on how you want to facilitate the lessons and experience for people?
BINGO! Now we’re talkin’!!!!
I love the Odyssey theme. Really stoked to see how this unfolds 😉
And the battling of internal demons. F’ing BRILLIANT!
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