October 6, 2016 at 6:27 am #30751
I’m working on my second e-course-Practical Potions 2. My students have given feed-back about practical potions 1 and will continue to throughout this semester. So, I will start tweaking. We haven’t advertised for public sales yet, but we do have people taking our “free cruise”, sample from looking at our landing pages.
So, all is well and my enthusiasm is overall still good.
I wanted to thank Bradley and Andy again. When I look back over this course I am amazed at their generosity and thoroughness. We were given so many gifts-like meditation with Bradley. The courses were helpful and stirred my thoughts-although, my style of creation is still long-winded, like my teaching. I have always been given advice by Bradley, Andy and the phenomenal group of mountain climbers, when requested. I have also received follow-up when my course was completed. So I am a happy camper. I am also awed by the amount of work Bradley and Andy have put into this course and how they keep showing up and providing more, keeping us updated on the journey. Also, a mention to Sherpa Steve and all the other support group keeping things going. Teaching can be phenomenally difficult-at times it can feel like no-one cares about all of the hours, mental churning, creative break-throughs. Just letting you know it is all noticed and truly a great gift in my life!October 6, 2016 at 7:28 am #30756
Big high-five, Laurie!
Keep up the momentum and leveraging the resources here. 🙂October 6, 2016 at 7:55 am #30758
Dear Dr. Wayne:
So wonderful to hear from you! I have missed you. What is going on with your creations? And I so appreciate your high-five!
All the best
LaurieOctober 6, 2016 at 8:09 am #30760
My creations are simmering on the back burner at the moment. Between closing out the current teaching gig, figuring out where in the world we want to live next, and deciding what opportunities I want to include in my life, it has been a little crazy around here!
Happy to be a support and hoping I’ve got life settled enough to put in some more time here on the mountain. 🙂October 6, 2016 at 12:17 pm #30769
Aw, thanks for the shout-out Laurie. We’re super grateful for your eCourse Adventure enthusiasm.
It was super cool to take a peak under the hood a couple weeks ago and see what you’ve created. A lot of time, hardwork and creative energy has gone into it. I hope you’re proud of your creation.
Glad you’re so excited to be going round two up the mountain.
You, Jessica and Trish are all on your way up for a second time.
Pumped!!October 6, 2016 at 12:18 pm #30771
Dr. Wayne, we’ve been missing you a ton around the campfire. Can’t wait for you to get back so we can build you an eCourse. The spirit of it is hovering around the mountain waiting for its Master to come back 😀October 6, 2016 at 2:10 pm #30777
Hey: Dr. Wayne-You are balancing a lot of big decisions-sounds exciting and a little stressful. It will be wonderful to hear more from you when you are settled, as you add a lot to the mountain. Keep in touch with your new decisions and life adventure.October 6, 2016 at 2:13 pm #30779
Good to know Bradley- that so far three of us are making another trip up the mountain. I will have to catch up on what Trish and Jessica are creating. I also want to catch more of your campfires and podcasts-when my work slows down a bit! And thanks Bradley for your insights the other day-I am happy the students are enjoying it-but distressed they are so slow to respond. 🙂 Look forward to our upcoming trip up-or space adventure!October 6, 2016 at 7:07 pm #30784
Yes, be persistent and follow up with those students. Ask them for a phone conversation if you can (it may be easier than them writing their feedback — then take lots of notes).
You know, the podcasts you can download to your phone or device and listen while driving or out and about 🙂
Glad you’re feeling so inspired!
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