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How I created a coach certification program


If you’re creating a course or coaching program this episode is going to help give you some direction on exactly what to do! I break down everything I did when I created The Created Coach Method and how I was able to create something completely different than everyone else who offers certification courses. Take what you need, this isn’t a one-size-fits-all method for creating a course or coaching program.


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Hello, welcome to today’s episode as usual. I’m really excited to be sharing this one with you. So today, as you can tell from the title, we’re gonna talk about how I created a coaching certification. And I wanna break this down for you so that you can see exactly what goes into creating a high value high touch offer and how it’s changed over time. Because when I first put the Created Coach Method together, it was meant to be an in person training. It was a seven day live training and I ran it once and then COVID happened. I literally, it was February 2nd, 2020 was the very first one. And then we quickly had to, well, it didn’t happen quickly. And then I had to shift, I still held onto the hope that it was gonna be an in-person training. I still, I really wanted that at the time.

I thought that was what I really wanted, but the universe, the planet had other plans and I shifted everything into an online certification. And that was actually the best thing that could have ever happened because we were able to reach so many more people than we would’ve been able to just if it was in Australia, the plan was for all of the trainings to happen in Australia. So obviously there’s, you know, there’s people all over the world in other countries that would not have been able to come. We had one who was planning to come from Canada to the training in Sydney. And unfortunately she didn’t get to do that, but she still was able to come to the online training. And now we have students in, we have students in Europe, in Canada, in the US, we have students in Australia, we have students all over and that wouldn’t have been possible if it were an in person only training, I’m gonna focus on how I put together the online portion, mostly because I know that’s what, that’s what most people are going to be doing.

But honestly, it’s not gonna be that different with the in-person training. I created the pre-study. I knew exactly what content we were gonna be talking about each day. And then that’s what we talked about each day to make it an online training. I just took what we’re gonna be talking about each day, broke it up into smaller portions so that we could have D videos. And we did it that way. It transferred really well from, in person to online and it made it even better because it meant I could spend a lot longer with the students, rather than just seven days. I could spend a lot longer with the students. We could get really specific with each student. We could give feedback. That’s the most important thing we could give feedback and we could supervise way better than if we were doing it in person, because with the in person training, it was all great that I could tell you what to do.

And then you could go and practice and I could kind of go by and say, yes, do it like this. Yes, do it like this. But I had multiple students to supervise all at the exact same time. So I couldn’t see every single thing you were doing in each technique. I couldn’t watch you do an entire parts integration and then give you specific feedback when we are doing the in person training. But now that it’s online, I can watch you do the entire technique or Jenni who also grades our tests and demonstration videos. We can watch you do the entire technique and then give you feedback on your entire, on the entire thing in person. We can’t do that. And we can give really specific feedback now because we have more time to watch. And re-watch all of your demonstrations and you have more time to go through all of the feedback and integrate and go over it again.

And again, because we write out the feedback as we are watching your videos. And then we record a screen share of us going through the feedback that we’ve just written for you to tell you exactly why we gave you the feedback, what you did well, what you could improve if you need to resubmit something. So it just works so much better online for supervision and feedback. Now, these were some of the priorities that I had when I was creating this program. There were three priorities. I had hands-on experience for the students. I wanted each student to get hands-on experience, not just me, tell you something, and then you go and start using it with clients. I wanted to give you real experience, practicing the techniques, getting supervision and getting feedback so that when you are certified and you are able to use these techniques with clients, you can get straight in there, start practicing them and start using them straight away.

You don’t need to, essentially you don’t need to practice. You’ve already practiced while you are in the course, having supervision and feedback at the same time. So then you go to work with a client. You’re fully confident. And you also, you have testimonials from clients that you’ve already worked with. This could be the people that you are working with during the course, other students, friends, family, the people that you practice with. So my priorities were and are hands on experience, expert supervision and expert feedback. And I already mentioned what the supervision and feedback looks like. So the supervision, when we do things on zoom, but again, it’s, if, if it’s just done on zoom, it’s not the same. As when I watch videos of you doing things on zoom. I have to jump through breakout room to breakout room, to breakout room.

And when that happens, I’m missing a lot of stuff. Like I Don see everything that’s happening in each group at the same time. And having someone jump into your zoom breakout room is distracting, especially now because they have the notification that comes up that says this person has joined the room. And more, this meeting is being recorded. Like every single time you go into a new room, it’s really distracting for the student students. So I try to avoid that as much as possible. We do zoom rooms sometimes, but not for times when we’re fully practicing a technique and client, the student needs to be in practice mode. I’ll jump around when we’re having conversations and doing some brainstorming, but it’s too distracting otherwise, and it’s not good cuz we miss things. So those were the priorities that I started with. Those were the things that I knew I wanted to include.

And you’re gonna do the thing when you’re creating a course, a coaching program, a group program, whatever it is you need to figure out, okay, what are my priorities here? Because these are the things that are going to help you stand out from other people who are creating courses and programs on the same thing. Because the reality is someone is probably also doing a course on the same thing you are doing a course on. It’s not about doing it on a different topic. It’s about how can you make it different from the way that other people are doing it and how can you create it so that it benefits your students or clients the most? How can you focus it on them so that they get what they need from it so that they can understand it, they can integrate it. They can learn everything that you are teaching.

So that leads me into the next thing that I thought about when I was creating this, how can I do it differently? So again, I’m not the only one with a coach certification. There are other people doing coach certifications. And at the time a lot of them were teaching the same thing as me doing it the exact same way, because it was very new. It was a very new thing to have a coach certification that teaches NLP and hypnosis and, and all of those things. So a lot of us were doing it the same way at the same time. That’s because we were taught to do it that way from people who were also doing it that way. And I’ve since changed the way that I do it, changed the way that I teach, the content changed the format, but at the time, a lot of us were doing it kind of the exact same way.

So the priority is how can I do this differently? What’s going to make the Created Coach Method different from other certifications because at the time I knew how they all did it. I know that people who ran the certifications, I worked with them. I was friends with them. So a lot of them, I know exactly how it was being done. So I was able to, to ask myself the question, how can I make it different? And again, we’re going back to what I was saying before. It was supervision and feedback, lots of demonstrations, lots of opportunity to ask questions and practice the hands on is a top priority and not just learning from a video and then going and doing the demonstration for grading there’s. I wanted students to have practice and repetition over and over and over again, getting into the nitty gritty details and not just doing okay.

Here’s a video of a hypnosis session. Now I’ll go and do a hypnosis session. It’s okay. This is this part of a hypnosis session. Here’s a video on this component of a hypnosis session. Here’s how you can ask this differently. Here’s how you can do this differently than we get on a call or students submit questions. And I go into detail. All right, this is how you specifically say these things in a hypnosis session. This is how you specifically do the interview portion of a hypnosis session. Why we wanna create a story with our client to feed it back to them in the therapy portion of the hypnosis. Let’s go into each question that I have as an example, and ask, we ask this question and if your client says this in response to that, what should you say next? How do you go deeper?

So that’s really important. These are the kinds of things that differentiate the Created Coach Method from other courses. And now you need to spend time thinking about the same thing for your offer. How can you do it differently? It’s not about reinventing the wheel. You don’t have to create a course that no one has ever created before on content that no one has ever created before, because that’s just not going to happen for you. That’s not realistic. And you have to teach on things that you’re passionate about and that you know how to teach on and that you have experience in. So you don’t have to waste time trying to find the newest thing to teach on that. No one else is teaching, but ask yourself, how can you do it differently? Can you prioritize in your cause? And this is where niching down and getting really, really clear on what your ideal client’s pain points are.

What do they really want help with? What’s the problem that they really need solved and then work on that, make that the priority in your course. So for example, a lot of people come to create a coach because they want confidence in their coaching skills. So that’s where I focus on really helping people get confident in their skills. How do they do that practice repetition experience and how can I, how can I solve that problem? The confidence with the coaching and ask yourself the same thing in your course, if it’s, if you’re a relationship coach, obviously we all know there are lots of other relationship coaches. How can you make your course on relationship coaching really specific to the problem that the people that come to you have? How, how can you solve that? A very specific problem with them, maybe something that keeps coming up in your market research with your I clients, maybe you do things on Instagram.

Maybe you’re in Facebook groups, maybe wherever it is that you’re doing your market research, maybe something comes up for you that a lot of people, they don’t know what to say on dates. So rather than having a whole course on, okay, let’s do an entire relationship course on relationships and how to get a relationship, how to be in a relationship, blah, blah, blah. Maybe you can just do it on, on dating, on going on dates and what to say on dates. Okay. So when someone’s going on a date and they’re learning what to say on dates and like how to feel really confident speaking with the person that they’re on a date with, what do they need there? What’s going to, what can you teach them? And how can you teach it in a way that really helps them feel confident? And how can you do it differently to the way that other people are doing it?

So you don’t have to recreate the will, but it’s important that you ask yourself, how can you do it differently? And these are the things that I did before I even got into creating content. I’m going to literally break down the exact steps that I took while I was creating this course. But the foundational elements are really important because I needed to go into the whole certification creation process, knowing these things, what were my priorities and what my students need, that these needs aren’t being met elsewhere problems that they have, that other people aren’t solving in a way that I can solve it. All right. Now I’m gonna break down the actual steps that I went through to put all of the content together. So you don’t have to do it this exact same way as me when you’re creating your course, when you’re creating your coaching program, you don’t have to do it the exact same way as me.

But this is the way that I have found really, really works for me and my style of creating and the way that I like to teach. So even though I’m gonna give you the exact steps here, you don’t have to do it this way, but you can take the bits and pieces that resonate with you. Maybe something that I share is missing in your process, that’s really going to help you. The first thing that I did was obviously I had to love what I was doing and I saw a space where I could come in and do things my own way. I love NLP. I love hypnosis. I love EFT. I love coaching. I love what was at the time, time techniques and is now quantum time release. I loved all of those things. I experienced the benefits of them, myself. I had been using them with my clients.

I know that they work. I had seen their power and how effective they were and are. And I saw a place for me where I could come in and do things my own way. And this is a theme with everything that I do with my clients, with everything that I teach, is it your own way? Do things your own way. You don’t have to do things the way that you’ve seen them being done. And this is the most important thing when it comes to creating your course or your coaching program or whatever it is, you have to love it. And you have to do things your own way, because if you are, the market is set right now, that’s the reality. There are a lot of, even though there’s a lot of room, like there are a lot of coaches and the way to be seen the way to get yourself out there is to do things your own way, stand for something and do it your own way.

The next thing in the, the kind of steps was obviously how I had experience using the tools I was going to teach. I see a lot of people creating courses and programs, and I’ve heard stories of people creating courses and programs on things that they had never done before. Things that they were teaching on as they were learning it like someone who, who had never launched anything before creating a course on launching like that is not in integrity for you or your students. That’s not gonna create the best experience for your student, for you to teach something that you’ve never done before. And you’re gonna teach as you do it. I had a lot of experience with NLP hypnosis, coaching, all of those things. Then I found somewhere to learn how to teach these tools effectively. So obviously with things like NLP and hypnosis, anyone can teach them, but that doesn’t mean that they’re going to teach them well or teach them in a way that their students understand.

So I learned how to teach people these tools effectively. That was the whole thing. The whole training that I did, it was three weeks, I think, three weeks. I think it was like 10 days. It was a lot. We had like three days off the entire time. It was a lot of stuff. And literally just learning how to teach things. I didn’t even learn more about hypnosis. I didn’t learn anymore about NLP or any of the things. I only learned how to teach them to people. So this is really important in your course in your coaching. It’s important that you know how to teach the things and share things in a way that’s easy for lots of people, people to understand that you’re not just coming in and you’re not just telling people things and saying things at them that you are presenting the information that you’re sharing in a way that the other person can receive it.

And different people receive things in different ways. Now, obviously with hypnosis and NLP, and when I’m teaching these kinds of things, learning how to teach these tools at a really high level is very important. That’s why the focus was there for me. You don’t have to worry about learning, how to teach people things before you start coaching. That’s not what I’m saying, but it’s important that you are aware that different people learn things differently. And if you are sharing things with your clients or your students, and maybe you feel like they’re not understanding it, it’s not that they don’t understand it. It could be that you are not sharing it in the correct way. Maybe some of them are understanding it. Some of them are getting it and some aren’t. So you have to have behavioral flexibility here. You’re the one who has to adapt and change or include more things in your teaching style in the way that you share information.

And this goes for things on your, when you you’re sharing things on social media, this goes even all the way to your sales pages. When you’re creating sales pages and sharing about your course coaching program, product, whatever it is, you have to convey the message in a way that people who communicate differently to you can understand. So that’s a whole, a whole other podcast, which we can do another time. But the, the point that I’m making here is make sure that you are sharing the information and adapting and paying attention to the way that people are receiving the message that you’re sharing. So next thing I did, and this is, this is gonna be really important to you. The next thing I did was ask my students, ask myself, what do my Stu students need to know, understand, and be able to demonstrate to effectively use these tools with their clients.

And this is still all the foundational building. What do my students need to know, understand, and be able to demonstrate to effectively use these tools with their clients. Let’s break that down a little bit further. What do the students need to know, do and have? Not what do I wanna teach? What do I wanna talk about? What are all the things I can talk about? Because I could have added so much more into the Created Coach Method, but at some point, some of the stuff is irrelevant. And even now I’ve cut back on some of the things, because I’ve realized actually that’s not, not important. This thing that I’m teaching, isn’t useful for my students, it’s maybe confusing them. And a lot of them maybe don’t even use this information when they are in sessions with their clients. So I cut back on some things we don’t wanna be adding in everything, just what do they need to know do and have to solve the specific that my course or coaching program solves.

That’s what you need to ask yourself. And I also, because hands-on experience was a priority for me and the supervision and the feedback I ask myself, what do I need to demonstrate? And how can I create hands-on experience combined with expert supervision and feedback. So in your course, or coaching program, what do you need to show your clients? What do you need to teach and how can you incorporate your priorities? So for me, they were hands on experience, expert supervision, and feedback. What are gonna be your priorities in your program that you can share? And how do you need to, how, what do you need to do to create that environment and convey that to your students or clients in how can you teach these things or share the things that you are going to share in a way that covers all learner types, visual learners auditory learners, kinesthetic learners, there’s lots of different types of, of learners.

And you can, we can talk about that in another episode as well, a whole other episode, you can also just do some preliminary research here and just what are the different types of learners and, and find out that way. So that was, that was that point. I literally, I have a list here of all of the points the, that I’m going through. So as usual, I have to have notes on everything I talk about. Okay. So then the next thing, what do I need to see from each student as a successful demonstration, that they understand the concepts that they’re learning and that they can use the tools effectively and ethically now, depending on your course or program on is on, you might not need to, to follow this step here, right? But I needed to see, I need to see that my students understand things, everything that they’re learning and that they can use the techniques effective and effectively and ethically before I can give a them their certificates.

This is really important to me, effective and ethical coaching really, really important because I don’t want any, anyone who graduates from the Created Coach Method to not understand how to use the techniques, not understand the potential challenges not understand when is I am wrong time to use these techniques. So I needed to make sure that I could see that from my students. So if there’s something that if you are kind of creating something similar where you need demonstrations from your students then, or, or clients, then you can do that. Maybe you are teaching your, maybe your, a coach who IST teaching you a client, something we can use a relationship coach example. Again, maybe you’re a relationship coach and you are helping your client feel confident on dates and know what to say on dates. So maybe you don’t need to like have them successfully demonstrate stuff to you, but maybe you, you can, you some type of like role play situation where you are helping them build their confidence on dates, by getting really comfortable with, with doing kind of mock dates with you.

Maybe that’s something that you can use to help your clients there. So it’s not necessarily an assessment or anything like that, but you’re creating the, at that kind of back and forth, getting them to show you that they are learning and understanding what it is you are sharing with them. And then for me, the question I asked was how are they gonna show that to me? So assessment and video demonstrations, and now we have client practicum hours where the students have to complete a minimum number of practic practicum hours with some clients, and then write feedback on their sessions and then get feedback from their clients. Okay. So now we’ve kind of done our foundational work here. You know, what your students need to know do and have, you know, what you need to see from them, you know what you wanna teach on.

You love what you’re teaching on. Now, what you’re gonna do, or now what I did is mapping out each for me, was each modality and what would be in it. And then I broke it down into easy to digest sections. So at first we have the pre-study and the point of the pre-study is to have the students get really, really confident with all of the new language that they’re learning and new concepts and new ideas. Now, the pre-study in this case is 14, 14 hours of pre-study for listening purposes. Only. There are, there’s only a few videos, a couple of demonstrations for hypnosis. And, and I think that’s it. A lot of it is just listening, not taking notes, not taking notes, cuz we’re not learning here. The, the point of the pre-study in this case for me, I decided wasn’t to learn. It was just to start gaining a foundation knowledge because then we go into the core content and the core content is the pre-study had everything that the core content has.

It was all we talked about, all of the technique. We talked about all of the things like literally every single technique that you learn in the core content we talk about in the pre-study, but we go way deeper in the core content. And this is where the learning happens. Now we’re in the core content. This is where we’re gonna dive deep into why each technique is important, what each technique actually entails and how to do it. And then I had to decide on the, the best delivery method. What’s the best way that I can convey this content to my students. What’s the best way that I can get the message across in a way that they’re gonna to understand and that they can start to put the puzzle pieces together. So there’s a few different ways you can do this. You can do audio only where it’s just audio lessons.

But the thing with that is you’re not gonna be covering all of the learner types. There are gonna be some P people who do fine with just audio, but some people wanna see something on the screen to follow along with. So maybe some people like to see words as well, and they like to read what it is that they’re doing. So you can choose. What’s gonna be best for you. You can include slides. You can do just a face to cam like YouTube video style of you talking to the camera with like no slides. If you want. For me, I prefer having slides with me doing a voiceover. And I have found that not having my face is, is better for the students being able to focus on the slides and what’s in front of them. And also for editing purposes because editing while my face is on the screen for me, I don’t love that because when I wanna cut something out, I don’t want them to get distracted by the fact that something has just been edited because if my face is there, they’ll be able to tell that something’s been edited.

But if it’s just slides, you can’t tell that it’s been edited cuz the slide doesn’t change. I hope that makes sense. So you get to decide on the delivery method. What’s the best way for you to convey this message that you need to share. That’s gonna help your, your students actually get the information. Maybe, maybe it’s maybe face to cam is gonna work best for you. Maybe slides with a video with you in the corner you’re facing the corner is gonna work best with you. Maybe you also have workbook. So the students in the create coach method get a, a practitioner manual that has literally everything in there as well. All of the scripts, all of the, the why and the what and the, how everything is all in there as well. So then what I do is I draft each specific training to make sure I cover all of the points.

So I do this in a Google doc. I literally sit around type up every single thing that I need to talk about in the in each training. So I’ve got the breakdown of what I’m, including each training, the modalities what’s gonna be in it. I’ve broken it down into easy to digest sections. And then I’m think, okay, when it comes to a code of ethics and in confidentiality, what do the students need to know? And I literally type up every single thing because what I’m doing here is creating a script for me to use when I’m reading the slides. So the next thing is when I put everything into slides, I have minimal text a on the slides so that the students have to pay attention to what I’m saying and to what’s on the screen. And they’re not getting confused with all of the words on the screen.

Like I’m not going to write out literally every single piece that I have in my training. I’m not gonna put that all into the slides I put in key sentences, key words into the slides, images when necessary. And then I use the document that I created in the previous step. As a script. I have two, when I’m recording my slides, I have two screens on, I have one that is the slides that is screen recording. And then I have the other screen that is that Google doc that I’ve created. That’s literally every single word. So I also make sure I reference specific pages in our practitioner manual so that the students can easily find the right point in the book to take notes. So if you need to reference anything in your training, if you need to reference a workbook, if you need to reference a video, if you need to reference anything somewhere for your students to look, to find the information that you’re talking about, make sure you include that in your slides as well.

And then I, I, as I mentioned, I record the slides and then I record technique demonstrations. So for me, technique, demonstrations are really, really important so that the students can see how get examples of how techniques are done. I don’t like to have too many demonstrations. Although the students ask for lots of demonstrations, like to include too many demonstrations, because one, then students are gonna get caught up in watching all the demonstrations before they practice two, they could get caught up with their practice sessions. Didn’t look like any of mine, so they might be doing it something wrong. I wanna show them how it’s done once and then go and get them to practice, to get the experience and the knowledge. I don’t want to them to think that they’re getting practice and experience and knowledge from watching lots of videos of me doing something.

I want them to get out there and do it and get the information and the feedback and everything that they need from their, their own experiences. And at the end of each demonstration, I have a debrief. So I, I I’ll have a technique. I’ll do a technique with a client and that’s gonna be the demonstration. And then at the end of that, I just talk just to the camera, no client, just me saying, okay, this is what happened in that session. This is what I did wrong. This is what I did, right? This is what I would do differently. These are some tips that I remembered to tell about. So if you’re doing any demonstrations, you can do that too. Include the things that are important, but then come back and you can do a debrief. If you need to, if it’s like a live demonstration, but you can include, if you need to do screen shares with your student, these are really important things.

So if you need to do any screen shares of you doing things like loom is a really good tool for that. You can also use quick time. If you have a Mac, you can use quick time to record audio. You can use quick time to record your screen and you can use quick time to record videos. That’s how I record a lot of my videos. I have a web cam and I just turn on quick time and it’s like record a movie. I think it is. And that’s how I record stuff. So after that, everything’s uploaded to our online campus in specific sections. So again, everything’s broken down into steps, okay. Here’s where you start. Here’s, there’s a module in there that explains the, what they need to do. Okay. This is your very first step. This is your second step. Here’s the checklist for completion.

Here’s the tests. Here’s how you create all your demonstration videos to make it really, really easy for the students to, to, to be successful in the course. And think about when your, a student or your, your client first signs up to work with you. What are the questions that they’re going to have? What might be some things that they’re concerned about and how can you help them in that moment? What do they very first need to know? As soon as they sign up with you and include that information there for them straight away, you can have something that’s set up like a welcome pack that introduces you to your client to starts to build that rapport that that answers those questions that they have right at the very beginning. So that’s the breakdown of what goes into creating a high value, high touch program.

I wanted to share this with you so that you could get an understanding of the process that it goes through creating a course or program. Sometimes you can get them out quick, but if it’s a high touch program, if it’s a high value program, there’s gonna be a lot of stuff that goes into the, the creation. You’re gonna make sure you need to make sure that you are really, really creating that value that has someone come into the program that has someone come into your course and say, this is amazing. And there are other ways that you can do that, that don’t necessarily come from the content. So creating that sense of community and that sense of connection between you and your clients and your students is also really, really important. We have a community for the Created Coach Method, which is actually on wily.

Vitally is pretty cool. It, it will works as a website and an app, and that’s where we have, it’s kind of like kind of like slack, where you can have different. I don’t know, what are they, whatever they’re called chats based on different topics. And you can have that in viably, you can set challenges, which is something that I really like the ability to create challenges in viably that people can come along to. And also that sense of connection. Now, something that I recommend that you do, and you can start this right now is some type of CRM customer relationship management. So this is a, a tool where you can keep track of all of clients, all of your students and all of your leads. Maybe you already have this. I think there are, there are programs out there like honey book and dub Soto that do things like this.

I use HubSpot. And the way that I use it is to when a student joins Created Coach Method, their information is automatically put into HubSpot and we can use this to communicate with students, but also to put in notes about them. So if a student is launching a group program, I can put that note in there in, in their kind of file so that I can remember this person has a group coaching program coming up. So the next time I talk to them, I can ask them about it, or I can look into their file and say, oh, they just had their, their launch of their group program. I’m gonna go and ask how it went, ask if they need anything from me, if they need any support. So a custom relationship tool is really, really awesome for that. And then we can have other people.

Obviously I have other people who help me do things that also need to connect with my students to email them and ask them questions so I can have other people come in and do that kind of stuff too. So that is something that I really recommend that you do you at doing, and it doesn’t just have to be with your students and clients. This can be with leads. So people who message you on Instagram about joining your coaching program, or course, and you can put, you can create a file for them and say, okay, this person on this date and stay in contact with them, look on their Instagram, take notes of, oh, they just did this thing, oh, got married on this state or whatever it is so that you can connect with them again in the future. And you have a way to know what is happening in their lives.

So you can build that genuine connection with them. And you can also do this for people that you meet. It can be anyone that is a well connected person, someone who you want to stay in touch with a good contact, someone for networking. You can add that into your CRM as well. So you can know when their birthday is or know what they’re doing in their business and what you talked about when you met them. Okay. That was a lot for their episode. So I’m gonna leave it here. I hope you are able to take something from this. Obviously creating a certification. There is a lot more required of my students and a lot more required of me to be able to train at the highest level possible, the level that’s needed for the students to graduate. Being able to you use these tools effectively and ethically, but hopefully you take something that I’ve shared and incorporated into your own course creation or coaching program creation process to help you really stand out and to show you that you can do things differently and that you should do things differently. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. The priorities here are doing things your own way and doing things in a way that’s gonna benefit your students and really figuring out what’s the goal of your, your offer. What’s the end result. What’s the problem that you are helping your people solve and really focusing in on that and finding unique and creative ways to help them solve that problem. All right. That’s enough for today. Thank you so much for listening and I will catch you in our next episode.


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