A while back I had this idea and hosted an online meeting to help interested people learn how to better organize and clean up their computers. The recording ended up being an hour and half long, and I knew I would have to spend time editing it into smaller videos, with the intention to sell the information because there’s pure gold in the content. 🙂
Click the image below to watch the sneak peak in a separate tab or window:
And this is what else you can expect if you take advantage of this unique offer:
What was an hour and 31 minute online meeting is now more than 20 shorter videos, all uploaded to Thinkific. You can see Thinkific’s landing page at “Let’s Organize and Clean Up Your Computer”.
I am confident YOU, or someone you know, could benefit from this valuable information, so my hope is you will want to share this post so everybody wins! 🙂
So . . . I just published a blog post about discovering a new FreeConferenceCall (“FCC”) feature. Now I’m debating when I will offer the next FREE “Training So It Gets Done!” session and what the topic will be.
I’ve been thinking about holding weekly screen sharing sessions for people who would like to participate by sharing their own screens while I provide the necessary instructions to get whatever YOU, the participant, needs to have done on your end.
This type of training is designed to be quick, in the moment and result in something getting DONE! Finished! Accomplished!
Since I’ve been using FCC and Loom almost daily, I held an online screen sharing session on the topic of “Learn How FCC Could Help You”.
Of course, there are a group of SendOutCards (“SOC”) people who are waiting for me to show them how I used FCC’s mobile app to share my phone screen and record that quick Demo of the SOC App.
That hasn’t happened yet, and needs to. In the meantime, however, if you’re not yet part of my new and small, but growing, “Training So It Gets Done” Support group, please consider this my personal invitation asking you to join us!
I PROMISE you’ll find the content to be unique and containing information you may not have known.
P.S. I’m also thinking someone else would really appreciate it if you shared this blog post, so please do! 🙂