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! 🙂
I don’t know about you, but I did my time: I started nursery school in Paris, France at the age of 3, and attended more schools than most because my Dad was in the Army. Ten schools to be exact before graduating high school in the mid-70s.
Then I spent 6 years taking college courses. I would have earned my B.S. degree in 4 years like most people, had I not transferred to another university right before my senior year. I was more tired of being a broke college student, than finishing one more year. So I moved home to work full-time and go to school at night. Then I spent a very painful year in law school. I vowed I’d never venture back into the world of “formal” education.
However, these past 5 1/2 years online have been full of self-taught learning and educational opportunities. I’ve absorbed so much information, sometimes it just makes my head spin! When I started this website, my intention was to help others like me figure out how to make sense of it all. And due to the fact that I manage numerous help desks, I’ve been exposed to countless online programs, so I’m pretty savvy when it comes to sorting the “wheat from the chaff.” Finding a program that is geared toward someone who isn’t a marketing phenom, or who has very little, if any experience online, is the trick.
A friend of mine recently introduced me to a marketing program that I think might actually be helpful to you, especially if you are in Network Marketing. But it’s not limited to just that industry, so don’t turn your nose up until you check it out for yourself. Maybe you’ve heard of it already, but if not, do yourself a favor and take a look at Renegade University to see whether any of it reasonates with you.
I’m just getting started myself, but from what I’ve seen inside the members area already, I know that I’m going back to school.