My eCourse is intended to wake up the participant to their innate greatness and embrace it. From there, have them design an exciting life where they will share their discovered greatness with the world, in some fashion.
Some of the methods that come to mind…
Create videos that take the participant forward into their future and then have them describe the details of how they see themselves in that future. Bring them back to the present for a comparison of the feelings they’re experiencing. Rapid shifts back and forth.
Another journey would take them into their past and examine what they didn’t like and what made them come alive.
Of course the vehicles they travel in would be anything from a clown car to the ‘little engine that could’ to Star Wars space ships to the Titanic!
Eyes-closed guided visualizations could also take them to a new place or introduce them to a new concept.
Certain music or songs can stimulate change however there are copyright laws to deal with. One possible way to facilitate that would be in a live conference call or webinar, but then I couldn’t provide a recording. (Have to check into that annoying little grey area.) I could also offer links for music to listen to. Most songs are on YouTube.
All these various journeys will be peppered with questions to encourage creative thinking.
After it’s all stirred up and shaken, I’ll have them share their experiences and takeaways with a buddy or group in a live video hangout and then brainstorm with the group for more possibilities and ideas.
Oh, the places we’ll go!
I love your intention for a course @larry_taylor. Given your immense passion, I have no doubt you’re going to create something really amazing and unique.
I’m excited for you to get a little higher up the mountain as you begin to flush out the clear steps. 🙂
Hey @bradleytmorris, I’m back on the trail!
It’s going to be a slow journey for me. I have a learning disability so I have to go back and forth on each video, stop and write out a lot of what you and Andy are saying, and then go through my notes again, before the info gets into my brain. Very frustrating, but something I’ve dealt with all my life. I managed to somehow get through high school, but when I got into university I couldn’t keep up and finally quit after a year.
It’s fatiguing to learn like this, but I shall persist.
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