Leverage on the community.
Online classes may sometimes make you feel like you are learning on your own, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Actually, this might be true for many online or even offline courses, as most trainers out there are inexperienced and don't really have a system to support students who have questions after the classes are over.
Or maybe, some just don't care enough about the success of their students.
If this is one of your concerns, then you would be happy to know that our online courses are built around the concept of community, which includes a ton of collaboration, with fellow students, members and even team leaders who continue to actively encourage that students work together to take action and reach their objectives.
This means that when you are a part of our community, you will never be alone.
You've already come this far to somehow stumble upon our mini-course and even took the first major step to register for the event.
Your next step is to actually attend the session, make the commitment to be fully involved in the training, and build relationships with other students by introducing yourself and engaging in the session as well as our online community.
Yes, we have support groups for you, even for a free class.
Your peers, which includes those starting out just like yourself, as well as more established mentors, can be a valuable resource when you have questions or need help to promote the next big community project.
Don’t be afraid to turn to them to create a virtual study group or accountability team.
Chances are good that they will appreciate it just as much as you will.
Do what you need to do to maximize your learning experience at the next live mini-course session, and we look forward to meeting you and working together as a team and welcoming you into our humble community.