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Homeschool Together Podcast
Episode 245: Worldschooling with Alyson (World Travel Family)

Homeschool Together Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 73:47


In today's episode, we get off the road and take the travels to THE WORLD! With a worldschooling family. Sell the house, leave the dog at grandma's, we're hitting the road! Alyson - https://worldtravelfamily.com/ Touring The World Resource Guides Check out our country resource guides to help you with your around the world journey: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Consider Leaving Us A Review If you have a quick moment please consider leaving a review on iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/homeschool-together-podcast/id1526685583 Show Notes World Travel Family - https://worldtravelfamily.com/ Khan Academy - https://www.khanacademy.org/ Khan Academy Kids - https://learn.khanacademy.org/khan-academy-kids/ Google Docs - https://www.google.com/docs/about/ Google Sheets - https://www.google.com/sheets/about/ Google Drive - https://www.google.com/drive/ Kindle - www.amazon.com Kindle Unlimited - https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/hz/subscribe/ku Dance Mat Typing - https://www.dancemattypingguide.com/dance-mat-typing-level-1/ Libby - https://libbyapp.com/ Udemy - https://www.udemy.com/ Air BnB - https://www.airbnb.com/ VRBO - https://www.vrbo.com/ Duolingo - https://www.duolingo.com/ Homeschool with Minecraft - http://www.homeschoolwithminecraft.com/ Connect with us Website: http://www.homeschool-together.com/ Store: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/homeschooltogether Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/homeschooltogetherpodcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/homeschooltogetherpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/hs_together The Gameschool Co-Op: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gameschoolcoop/ Email: homeschooltogetherpodcast@gmail.com

Apple Coding Daily
No te fies de la nube: es el ordenador de otro

Apple Coding Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 24:46


Os cuento el problema que tuve con iCloud Drive y cómo por poco pierdo toda mi información de años. Ayer entré en pánico cuando fui a buscar mis documentos de Keynote y iCloud Drive los había borrado sin posibilidad de recuperación. Un fallo de indexación del servicio que arreglé de casualidad. Os cuento mi experiencia y la semana de desastres que llevo. Una historia distinta, con moraleja, que aunque terminó bien nos enseña importantes lecciones. Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "For the Win" de "Two Steps from Hell", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.

Reputation Revolution: Stand up, stand out, make your mark!
235: [RECAP] Trevor & Brendan dissect the Greg Burgoyne interview (productise your knowledge)

Reputation Revolution: Stand up, stand out, make your mark!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 34:25


In the last episode (#234) I chatted with Greg Burgoyne, founder of Course Creators Academy, about productising your knowledge and scaling your impact. That episode - and this one too - is all about extracting the value from the profile and reputation you build, and is spot-on for knowledge entrepreneurs - speakers, coaches, mentors, teachers, consultants and advisors. Even if you run a consulting firm or an agency, listen up folks :) In this episode, content strategist and podcast producer, Brendan Keogh, and I recap the Greg Burgoyne interview, pulling out and discussing actionable insights that you can use! Greg and I talked about: * Cohort-based courses, and the stages involved in launching and delivering them * Self-paced evergreen courses, with or without a community component, plus the hybrid variations (key message: there are lot of different ways to productise and sell your knowledge today!) * Delivering online training into enterprise-level organisations * The different types of delivery platforms e.g. Kajabi, Podia (all-in-one platforms) vs course hosting platforms such as Teachable, and Thinkific; marketplaces like Udemy (the “YouTube of paid courses”); WordPress plugin options, plus online community platforms such as Mighty Networks that house courses and training as well as community forums. In turn, Brendan and I go deeper still, expanding on the points that Greg raised in the original interview. Some key takeaways include: start smalltest and validate your ideaget feedback and gain insights ... before committing to a the production of a full course. ALSO: Suck up the marketing function. If you productise your knowledge, you need to also sell what you create! Bottom line: The opportunities for expanding your knowledge business and scaling your impact are immense!

HR ShopTalk
The Steps Of Organization Design

HR ShopTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 23:01


Good organizational structure can boost the effectiveness and performance of an organization as well as the lives of employees doing the work. But how do you get there? This episode talks about the steps to organization design. Before drawing lines and boxes you want to understand the organization's strategy and operating model. Strategy, in this context, includes: goals, the value proposition, core activities, product markets, etc. It's pretty clear that if you design with those things in mind then you can create a structure that drives achievement. Len Nanjad is a consultant for MNP with a career focused on org design. He has a course on Udemy and shares his tips for creating an effective organization. Find Len at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lennanjad/ Len's course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/share/103172/ Find me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-adams1/

Apple Coding
A vueltas con la cámara de 48MP (con Cristo Vega y Carlos Castillo)

Apple Coding

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 185:17


Debatimos y charlamos con nuestros amigos Cristo Vega y Carlos Castillo sobre la fotografía digital y la nueva cámara del iPhone 14 Pro. Apple ha asumido un riesgo bastante importante con un elemento clave que año tras año es una de las excusas para cambiar al nuevo modelo de iPhone: su cámara. De estar tranquilo y en paz con sensores de 12 megapixeles durante los últimos años, ha decidido arriesgar y poner un sensor de 48, que no obstante tiene trampa como explicamos en el Mega Análisis. Pero, ¿le ha salido bien esa trampa? ¿Han conseguido que esta nueva cámara de los 14 Pro sea mejor que la cámara de la anterior generación? Hoy hablamos con Cristo Vega, conocido YouTuber y Carlos Castillo, fotógrafo profesional, para darle más de una vuelta a esta nueva cámara.  Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "Final Frontier", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.

Homeschool Together Podcast
Episode 243: Roadschooling with Megan and Daniel Tenney (The Family Gap Year)

Homeschool Together Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 68:12


In today's episode, we talk Roadschooling! Yes...ROADSCHOOLING! Learn now the Tenney's took their family on the road, traveling for an extended time while also homeschooling! This is the episode to convince you that you can do it! Megan and Daniel Tenney - https://familygapyearguide.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/familygapyearguide/ Touring The World Resource Guides Check out our country resource guides to help you with your around the world journey: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Consider Leaving Us A Review If you have a quick moment please consider leaving a review on iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/homeschool-together-podcast/id1526685583 Show Notes Van Dwellers - https://www.reddit.com/r/vandwellers/ Family Gap Year Guide - https://familygapyearguide.com/ Gameschooling - https://www.homeschool-together.com/gameschooling/ Khan Academy - https://www.khanacademy.org/ Khan Academy Kids - https://learn.khanacademy.org/khan-academy-kids/ Google Docs - https://www.google.com/docs/about/ Google Sheets - https://www.google.com/sheets/about/ Google Drive - https://www.google.com/drive/ Kindle - www.amazon.com Libby - https://libbyapp.com/ Udemy - https://www.udemy.com/ Air BnB - https://www.airbnb.com/ VRBO - https://www.vrbo.com/ Duolingo - https://www.duolingo.com/ Chess - https://www.chess.com/ Minecraft - https://www.minecraft.net/en-us Brain Quest - https://amzn.to/3Lj4gak RPGmaker - https://www.rpgmakerweb.com/ Music Theory - https://www.musictheory.net/ Kindle Unlimited - https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/hz/subscribe/ku Connect with us Website: http://www.homeschool-together.com/ Store: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/homeschooltogether Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/homeschooltogetherpodcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/homeschooltogetherpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/hs_together The Gameschool Co-Op: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gameschoolcoop/ Email: homeschooltogetherpodcast@gmail.com

English Out LOUD
#135 How to Pronounce "Island", "Isle" & "Aisle"

English Out LOUD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 12:24


The words "Island", "Isle" and "Aisle" all drop the S from their pronunciations. This is a simple concept, but to build the habit you'll need to repeat all 3 a ton of times!Listen along and repeat after me as we clarify our vowels and stress with the words, "Island", "Isle", and "Aisle". Check out my video course on Udemy to take action on your Accent Training today!https://www.udemy.com/course/command-the-american-accents-rhythm-and-pronunciation/?referralCode=C96318A268600601A20F

Andrew Lake Podcast
Life is a Garden...

Andrew Lake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 7:29


Check out my Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vj9mQw0231izQXfUppnwg Learn Time Travel and Lucid Dreaming Methods: https://www.udemy.com/course/time-travel/?referralCode=75A0CD67A06929D40550 Check out my Udemy instructor profile: https://www.udemy.com/user/dosta-3/ Check out my Graffiti channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5OBsGtVMhGDiGiJ3yPvQg Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/andrew-lake-podcast/id1439388762?mt=2 Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36T6M5UiOt9E35U6faNQUi Dosta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzanoRaVmvE&t=15s Related episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zrVy9ysvMk Related terms: Meditation. Awareness. Psychology. Culture. Personal Development. History. English Literature. Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Consciousness. Perception. The Dosta Method. Developmental Psychology. Self Help. Music. Time Travel. Time Dilation. Ecstasy. Guided Meditation. Education. Skill Development. High-Level Functioning. Self-Knowledge. Relationship Advice. Motivation. Knowledge. Book Smart. Intelligence. Tantra. Awareness Techniques. Mysticism. Religion. Antiquity. Classical History. Stoicism. Hermeticism. Mythology. Cultural Commentary. Public Discourse. Intellectual Explorations. Explanation. Clarity. Wisdom. Insight. Truth. Beauty. Love.

Mindful Money
025: Jonathan DeYoe - Earning More Income & Creating Liquidity: The Keys to Achieving Financial Independence

Mindful Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 31:43


Earning more income is one of the three crucial steps that everyone can do in order to achieve financial independence. So far this season we've talked about getting finances back in order after trauma, why getting into college increases your income potential, paths to entrepreneurship, resetting your mindset and creating a road map as well as hybrid professionalism. Today, Jonathan shares four core ways to earn more income and two ways to create liquidity. Jonathan touches on everything from asking for a raise, to reinvesting passive income to showcase how financial independence is possible.

Apple Coding Daily
Adobe compra Figma

Apple Coding Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:17


Se anuncia la adquisición de la herramienta Figma de diseño gráfico por Adobe. ¿Qué supone esta compra? Adobe anuncia la compra de Figma, el actual estándar para diseño gráfico de web y apps móviles, por nada menos que 20.000 millones de dólares. Analizamos esta adquisición, qué es Figma y por qué el interés de Adobe en esta empresa y las consecuencias que tendrá para esta popular herramienta para los developers y designers, a partir de ahora. Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "For the Win" de "Two Steps from Hell", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.

Rozmowy Rozwojowe - 2EDU
S06E16. Czy YouTube zamiecie Udemy?

Rozmowy Rozwojowe - 2EDU

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 72:34


Bieżączka, czyli o dwóch takich, co po prostu lubią ze sobą gadać.Miało być krótko, zwięźle i na temat: o nowej edycji Studiów Podyplomowych, wnioskach z MoodleMoot i nowej inicjatywie YouTuba o nazwie YouTube Learning. Tak po prostu - informacyjnie, bez zagłębiania się. No i nie wyszło…to znaczy Studia mają się dobrze, MoodleMoot się odbył, a YouTube Learning dalej ma szansę obalić niejednego eLearningowgo “tłustego kota”. Nie wyszło nam z krótko i zwięźle…a i czasami nie było nawet na temat. I dobrze! Studia Podyplomowe: “Projektowanie i wdrażanie eLearningu”:https://podyplomowe.wse.krakow.pl/projektowanie-i-wdrazanie-e-learningu YouTube Learning: https://blog.youtube/news-and-events/the-next-chapter-for-learning-on-youtube/?fbclid=IwAR1G8mrwuw0vfs6cnAvZ2y6asFGi1hE64A0AhW7skUu8vCg9-He8CVHf8Ak EDpuzzle: https://edpuzzle.com/

Entrepreneur's Handbook
Why Cohort Based Courses Are The Future of The Knowledge Economy w/ Wes Kao | Maven

Entrepreneur's Handbook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 42:21


Inspirational stories plus practical takeaways from the entrepreneurship world.Today's guest is Wes Kao, the Co-Founder of Maven. It's a platform that hosts cohort-based courses from some of the world's greatest business experts including Anthony Pompliano, Shaan Puri, and Li Jin. Wes co-founded Maven with Gagan Biyani who also founded Udemy and they've already raised $25m in just a year.Wes previously co-founded the AltMBA with Seth Godin and helped other huge creators such as Tiago Forte, David Perrell, and Scott Galloway. She's one of the world's foremost experts on how to build a compelling cohort-based course and why it's the future of the knowledge economy.We hope you enjoy the episode and don't forget to share it with others. You can learn more at http://www.entrepreneurshandbook.co.Website: https://maven.com/Wes's Website: https://www.weskao.com/Keynotes:Introduction (0:00)Starting as early as high school (1:47)A phenomenal experience (5:23)Taking the initiative (10:08)Making every line count (14:14)Talking about distribution and kicking it off with a bang (17:00)How do you derisk? (22:08)Credibility and experience (25:14)The relaunch (29:33)The discovery piece (31:31)Talking about an audience (33:53)Big ambitions (36:41)The aliveness of working with Maven (39:48)

Qualified Tutor Podcast
Financial Literacy for Teens: What Tutors & Parents Can Do To Prepare Students for the Important Decisions in Life, with Founder of Isabel Explains, Isabel De La Cruz

Qualified Tutor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 33:02 Transcription Available


Isabel De La Cruz does something very few other tutors do: financial literacy for that age-group we call teenagers. It is at this age where the crucial intersection between (lack of) knowledge and responsibility for decisions is at its most strained.On the one hand, teenagers have been given little to no more information than children about finance and banking. And yet, by this age, many have phones, some will have bank accounts and all of them should be aware of how jobs, taxes and so on work.Isabel's background is in Maths, Science and computer programming, and she began tutoring way back in 2008. Since then, her practice has grown hugely, now encompassing her own tutoring business and a Youtube channel dedicated to teaching financial concepts in a simple, informative style.If you want to learn how you can apply this knowledge to your children and students, this is the conversation for you. Framed by the understanding that financial literacy for kids is one of the growing forces in education, Isabel neatly ties in stories and tales from years gone by (agonising and amusing in equal measure) that taught her all she now knows about this area.Enjoy ...Next steps:Check out Isabel's Youtube channel at youtube.com/isabelexplainsBook yourself onto her FREE (for a short time only) Udemy course, Financial Literacy for Teens at udemy.com/course/financeforteensJoin The Qualified Tutor Podcast Group in the Qualified Tutor Community and meet fellow listeners like you!️⭐️ Enjoy the podcast? Give us a 5-star review!Visit speakpipe.com/QualifiedTutorPodcast to have your voice heard by posing your thoughts and questions to IsabelQualified Tutor is a tutor-training organisation, with a suite of high-quality, industry-first programmes. The Level 3 Qualification for Tutors (qualifiedtutor.org/training/level-3-qualification-for-tutors/) consists of 8 weeks of online learning, interactive live sessions with peers and expert facilitation at every step of the way, and will set you apart in a crowded space.Our CPD-Accredited Tutor Training (qualifiedtutor.org/cpd-accredited-tutor-training/) is a 4-week course in teaching and learning, and comes with a Certificate of Completion and a teaching qualification that many tutors will never have had the chance to obtain. Be the first to take the next step in tutoring.

Apple Coding Daily
¿Podría la Isla Dinámica ser retrocompatible?

Apple Coding Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 23:18 Very Popular


Isla Dinámica en dispositivos anteriores al iPhone 14 Pro, ¿sería posible? Lo analizamos La Isla Dinámica es sin duda la funcionalidad más sorprendente de lo que Apple presentó en su pasado evento. Una fusión de hardware y software de esas que solo Apple sabe hacer. Pero, ¿sería posible que esta funcionara en dispositivos anteriores? ¿Cómo podríamos afrontarlo técnicamente? ¿Está Apple dejando fuera dispositivos anteriores por capricho? Analizamos técnicamente si sería o no posible hacer que la Isla Dinámica funcionará en dispositivos anteriores al iPhone 14 Pro o incluso en el iPhone 14. Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "For the Win" de "Two Steps from Hell", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.

Reputation Revolution: Stand up, stand out, make your mark!
234: Productise your knowledge + scale your impact with Greg Burgoyne, Course Creators Academy

Reputation Revolution: Stand up, stand out, make your mark!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 48:38


In this episode we focus on commercialising your personal brand, or what I like to say: extracting value from the profile and reputation you build in the marketplace. I'm talking about course creation specifically - this will be of particular interest to listeners who are consultants, coaches, advisors - who currently trade time for money and are looking at ways to maximise their revenue without killing themselves in the process. My guest today is GREG BURGOYNE from New Zealand. Greg is the founder of the Course Creators Academy; he helps thought leaders and experts (coaches/consultants) unpack their valuable IP and create an offering in order to scale their impact. In the conversation, we touch on a number of topics associated with the process of productising one's knowledge for commercial gain, including: * Cohort-based courses, and the stages involved in launching and delivering them * Self-paced evergreen courses, with or without a community component, plus the hybrid variations (key message: there are lot of different ways to productise and sell your knowledge today!) * Delivering online training into enterprise-level organisations * The different types of delivery platforms e.g. Kajabi, Podia (all-in-one platforms) vs course hosting platforms such as Teachable, and Thinkific; marketplaces like Udemy (the “YouTube of paid courses”); WordPress plugin options, plus online community platforms such as Mighty Networks that house courses and training as well as community forums Greg says it's important when starting out to begin small, validate your idea, then do it live: "don't necessarily productise it straight away". We cover self-sabotage, and people's aversion to the marketing and sales function involved in building a business around course creation. QUOTABLE QUOTE: “Who is going to thank you on the other side of stepping out of your comfort zone?” Check out Greg's website, or connect with him on LinkedIn.

Apple Coding
MEGA ANÁLISIS: iPhone 14, Plus, Pro y Pro Max. Apple Watch series 8, SE 2 y Ultra. AirPods Pro 2.

Apple Coding

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 258:07


Llega el mega análisis donde descubriremos hasta el más mínimo detalle de todo lo presentado por Apple en su último evento. Nuevo septiembre, nuevo evento de Apple, nuevos iPhones, nuevos Apple Watch, esta vez también nuevos AirPods Pro 2. El propio Tim Cook definió, nada más comenzar el evento “Far Out”, que estos tres dispositivos son las piedras angulares de su ecosistema. Por eso nos presentaron 3 modelos de reloj, 4 de iPhones y unos nuevos auriculares. Pero, ¿se justifica que haya una presentación año atrás año si no hay tanto que innovar? ¿Han cumplido el Watch Ultra o la Isla Dinámica con las expectativas de ver más innovación de esa que disfrutamos Made In Apple? Bienvenidos a nuestro MEGA ANÁLISIS donde descubriremos absolutamente todo, hasta el más pequeño detalle, de todo lo presentado por Apple en su evento de septiembre de 2022.  Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "Final Frontier", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.

21st Century HR
ReCulture the Workplace With Udemy's Chief Learning Officer, Melissa Daimler

21st Century HR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 38:05


In this episode of Redefining HR, I spoke with Melissa Daimler, chief learning officer at Udemy and author of the new book “ReCulturing: Design Your Company Culture to Connect with Strategy and Purpose for Lasting Success.” Melissa and I talk about her book, her career path and how learning and organizational development have evolved. We also discuss how to intentionally apply system thinking to design so you can reculture the workplace.

Inside Scoop
Understanding the Creator Economy w/ Brad Hussey | E40

Inside Scoop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 37:35


Brad Hussey is a founder and leading web developer and successful creator. Brad is a partner and thought leader for Wix Editor X. He has over 560k individual students who have taken his Udemy web design courses. He is the founder of Freelancing Freedom. We brought Brad on to share his knowledge around Editor X, the state of the creator economy, and how he has built an incredible library on top of Udemy. Learning about EditorX via Brad Creative X: https://www.youtube.com/c/CreativeXcrew Udemy Courses: Web Design: Brad Hussey | https://www.udemy.com/user/bradhussey Brad's Website | https://www.bradhussey.ca _______ Disclaimer: Avory & Co. is a Registered Investment Adviser. This platform is solely for informational purposes. Advisory services are only offered to clients or prospective clients where Avory & Co. and its representatives are properly licensed or exempt from licensure. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. Investing involves risk and possible loss of principal capital. No advice may be rendered by Avory & Co. unless a client service agreement is in place. Listeners and viewers are encouraged to seek advice from a qualified tax, legal, or investment adviser to determine whether any information presented may be suitable for their specific situation. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. “Likes” are not intended to be endorsements of our firm, our advisors or our services. Please be aware that while we monitor comments and “likes” left on this page, we do not endorse or necessarily share the same opinions expressed by site users. While we appreciate your comments and feedback, please be aware that any form of testimony from current or past clients about their experience with our firm is strictly forbidden under current securities laws. Please honor our request to limit your posts to industry-related educational information and comments. Third-party rankings and recognitions are no guarantee of future investment success and do not ensure that a client or prospective client will experience a higher level of performance or results. These ratings should not be construed as an endorsement of the advisor by any client nor are they representative of any one client's evaluation. Please reach out to Houston Hess our head of Compliance and Operations for any further details. Find more here https://www.avory.xyz/disclaimer-page #InsideScoop #Creator #wix #udemy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Apple Coding Daily
Resumen: iPhone 14, Plus, Pro y Pro Max. Apple Watch series 8, SE y Ultra. AirPods Pro 2.

Apple Coding Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 59:56


Resumimos todo lo lanzado por Apple: características, ventajas y la polémica de su precio. El miércoles 7 de septiembre ha sido el evento "Far Out" donde Apple nos ha presentado los nuevos iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro y 14 Pro Max. Además hemos visto un nuevo Apple Watch series 8, un Watch SE de segunda generación y un impactante Watch Ultra para deportistas extremos. Y por último los AirPods Pro 2. Hacemos un resumen de los productos, las características, qué ofrecen, qué no, si merece o no la pena y debatimos con respecto a la gran subida de precios en Europa. El resumen de Apple Coding, como siempre, desde un punto de vista que nadie más te ofrece con un amor por los detalles. Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "For the Win" de "Two Steps from Hell", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1848. Harvard Online Free Course. Udemy You Tube courses. Music/songs. (09/08/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 298:29


For Educational purposes and Inspirational materials. The Artists, Creators and Poetry, Producers own their videos, poetry, content and music/songs

English Out LOUD
#133 How to Pronounce Close v Close v Clothes

English Out LOUD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 11:42 Transcription Available


Confusing the S, Z and Th sounds is a very common difficulty for English learners from all different languages. Listen closely as we consider the pronunciations of "close" (adjective / adverb), "close" (verb), and "clothes" (like what you're wearing).The differences between these fricative, fading words endings are subtle, but with focus and patience, you'll better identify these difficulties, and learn to take control of them for yourself.Check out my video course on Udemy to take action on your Accent Training today!https://www.udemy.com/course/command-the-american-accents-rhythm-and-pronunciation/?referralCode=C96318A268600601A20F

Student Counselor
Ep 28 - Conversation with Brooke Leith, a current Clinical Mental Health Counselor graduate student.

Student Counselor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 59:41


In this episode, I speak with Brooke Leith, a current Clinical Mental Health Counselor graduate student. We talked about the most important things to consider when choosing a program, effective ways to stay organized in Grad School, our favorite classes, and more! Link to her Stay on Track in Grad School with Asana course on Udemy: https://bit.ly/3ADCrEJ - Use Coupon Code: SPC-20 for 20% off (expires 10/06/22) Did you like this episode? If so, please rate it and subscribe to the show on Spotify and Apple Podcast. Thank you! Connect with me on Instagram - @student.counselor.podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vitorcsouza14/support

Anxiety My Friend - Ansiedade Minha Amiga
Bonus Udemy Sentido Da Vida

Anxiety My Friend - Ansiedade Minha Amiga

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 2:55


Segue o link: https://www.udemy.com/course/o-sentido-da-vida/?couponCode=FREEBUNNY123 Ou insere o cupão: FREEBUNNY123 Olá minhas lindas pessoas! Venho aqui com este microepisódio entregar-vos um presente! Finalmente resolvi enfrentar o meu síndroma de impostor e criei o meu primeiro curso na Udemy. Chama-se o sentido da vida mas é muito mais do que isso. Vamos falar de identidades e de valores que nos orientam nas nossas vidas, encontrando sentido nas nossas vidas à medida que vamos vivendo. Até ao final deste mês tenho alguns cupões para que os meus queridos ouvintes possam testar o meu primeiríssimo curso na Udemy. O meu presente é oferecer-te o curso gratuitamente e o teu presente para mim é deixares uma review encorajadora. Como em tudo, procura ser justo, ou seja, se podes pagar o curso, porque não o fazes de graça e ofereces o curso pago a um amigo ou a um familiar? Estou muito entusiasmada por partilhar isto contigo. Um abraço, cheio cheio de amor!

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
Reculturing Your Company with Melissa Daimler

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 27:45


Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova.  This week we take on the world of cultural innovations with organizational leader and learning strategist Melissa Daimler, who guides us through the continuous act of re-designing, reimagining, and re-connecting our behaviors, processes, and practices that make up culture. Melissa Daimler is the Chief Learning Officer of Udemy, a leading destination for learning and teaching online. She is helping the company evolve their platform and approach to learning, helping the global workforce also re-design how they think about culture and work. Prior to Udemy, she launched Daimler Partners, a boutique advisory and coaching company that worked with founders and leaders to help them design and scale their culture. Daimler led HR for a fast-growing venture-funded startup. She also created and built Learning & Organizational Development functions for Adobe, Twitter and WeWork. Daimler is a speaker, panelist, and contributor to Harvard Business Review (HBR) and Forbes.   THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…  people who want to improve their own lives by learning and then help others by creating a culture where learning is encouraged and explored.   TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… culture is a loaded word that holds a lot of different meanings depending on who you ask. For a while, business had the idea of onsite amenities, wellness programs, company retreats, and other perks, but focusing on these external benefits instead of individual needs wasn't integrating people into a bigger more meaningful system. Ultimately, culture is what you make of it together with the people around you and a more strategic approach is to create a culture where work gets done and people have the opportunity to learn and grow in their role and beyond.   WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Melissa believes culture is an “active process” created together by members of the community you're engaging with, so whether it's within the boundaries of the workplace or even the world at large, we must work together with each other to establish the values we hold dear and reinforce those ideals in our day-to-day behaviors and practices.     Running time: 27:44 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram   Find Melissa on social: Website Twitter LinkedIn Instagram     Melissa's Book: Reculturing

AllVoices, Reimagining Company Culture
Aiden Yang, Sr. Marketing Manager, Employer Brand at Udemy - Step Out Of the Familiar

AllVoices, Reimagining Company Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:54


Welcome to Reimagining Company Culture, a series discussing emerging trends and priorities shaping the future of workplace culture and employee wellbeing. We highlight thought leaders who are constantly evolving their strategy and can provide insight to folks about how to address new business challenges.  AllVoices is on a mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all, and we're excited to learn from experts who share our mission. In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we're chatting with Aiden Yang, Sr. Marketing Manager, Employer Brand at Udemy.  Aiden Yang is the author of The Spineless Porcupine, an all-ages fable based on his journey of self-discovery as an Asian American trans man.Tune in to learn Aiden's thoughts on embracing employee superpowers, creating a trans-inclusive workplace, buzzwords that need to be phased out, and more!About AllVoices In today's workforce, people often don't feel empowered to speak up and voice their opinions about workplace issues, including harassment, bias, and other culture issues. This prevents company leadership from making necessary changes, and prevents people from feeling fulfilled, recognized, and included at work. At AllVoices, we want to change that by providing a completely safe, anonymous way for people to report issues directly to company leaders. This allows company leadership real transparency into what's happening in their companies—and the motivation to address issues quickly. Our goal is to help create safer, more inclusive companies.

English Out LOUD
#130 How to call the Meat we Eat

English Out LOUD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 17:54


You have likely noticed that when speaking of food, American english speakers use a different name for the meat than they do for the animal itself. Allow me to breakdown the words to express some of the most common meats that you'll come across so that you always know what you're doing at the dinner table. Check out my video course on Udemy to take action on your Accent Training today!https://www.udemy.com/course/command-the-american-accents-rhythm-and-pronunciation/?referralCode=C96318A268600601A20F

CISO Tradecraft
#93 - How to Become a Cyber Security Expert

CISO Tradecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 29:43


How do you become a Cyber Security Expert? Hello and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft, the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cybersecurity leader.  My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to talk about how to provide advice and mentoring to help people understand how to become a cybersecurity expert.  As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and subscribe to our podcasts. As a security leader, part of your role is to develop your people.  That may not be written anywhere in your job description and will probably never be on a formal interview or evaluation, but after years of being entrusted with leadership positions, I have learned what differentiates true leaders from those who just accomplish a great deal is the making of the effort to develop your people. Now, you may have heard the phrase, "take care of your people," but I'll take issue with that.  I take care of my dog.  I take care of a family member who is sick, injured, or incapacitated.  Why?  Because they are not capable of performing all of life's requirements on their own.  For the most part, your people can do this.  If you are constantly doing things for people who could have otherwise done it themselves, you run the risk of creating learned helplessness syndrome.  People, and even animals, can become conditioned to not do what they otherwise could do out of a belief that someone else will do it for them.  I am NOT going to get political here, so don't worry about that.  Rather, I want to point out that effective leaders develop their people so that they may become independent actors and eventually become effective leaders themselves.  In my opinion, you should measure your success by the promotion rate of the people entrusted to you, not by your own personal career advancement or financial success. That brings me to the subject of today's podcast -- how do you counsel and mentor others on how to become a cyber security expert?  If you are listening to this podcast, there's a very good chance that you already are an expert in our field, but if not, keep listening and imagine that you are mentoring yourself, because these lessons can apply to you without having seek out a mentor.  Some people figure it out, and when asked their secret, they're like Bill Murray in the movie Stripes, "We trained ourselves, sir!"  But most of the time, career mastery involves learning from a number of others. Today on CISO Tradecraft we are going to analyze the question, " How do you become a Cyber Security Expert?"  I'm going to address this topic as if I were addressing someone in search of an answer.  Don't tune out early because you feel you've already accomplished this.  Keep listening so you can get a sense of what more you could be doing for your direct reports and any proteges you may have. Let's start at the beginning.  Imagine being a high school kid with absolutely zero work experience (other than maybe a paper route -- do kids still do that?)  You see someone that tells you they have a cool job where they get paid to ethically hack into computers.  Later on, you meet a second person that says they make really good money stopping bad actors from breaking into banks.  Somehow these ideas stick into your brain, and you start to say to yourself, you know both of those jobs sound pretty cool.  You begin to see yourself having a career in Cyber Security.  You definitely prefer it to jobs that require a lot of manual labor and start at a low pay.  So, you start thinking, "how I can gain the skills necessary to land a dream job in cyber security that also pays well?" At CISO Tradecraft we believe that there are really four building blocks that create subject matter experts in most jobs.  The four building blocks are: Getting an education Getting certifications Getting relevant job experience, and Building your personal brand So, let's explore these in detail. Number 1:  Getting an education.  When most people think about getting an education after high school, they usually talk about getting an associate's or a bachelor's degree.  If you were to look at most Chief Information Security Officers, you will see the majority of them earn a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, an Information Systems or Technology degree from a college of business such as a BS in Management of Information Systems (MIS) or Computer Information Systems, or more recently a related discipline such as a degree in Cyber Security. An associate degree is a great start for many, particularly if you don't have the money to pay for a four-year university degree right out of high school.  Tuition and debt can rack up pretty quickly, leaving some students deeply in debt, and for some, that huge bill is a non-starter.  Fortunately, community colleges offer quality educational opportunities at very competitive rates relative to four-year degree institutions.  For example, Baltimore County Community College charges $122 per credit hour for in-county residents.  A couple of miles away, Johns Hopkins University charges $2,016 per credit hour.  Now, that's a HUGE difference -- over 16 times if you do the math.  Now, Hopkins does have some wonderful facilities and excellent faculty, but when it comes to first- and second-year undergraduate studies, is the quality and content of the education THAT different?  Well, that's up to you to decide. The important take-away is, no one should decide NOT to pursue a cybersecurity education because of lack of money.  You can get started at any age on an associate degree, and that may give you enough to go on to get your first job.  However, if you want to continue on to bachelor's degree, don't give up.  Later I'll explain about a program that has been around since 2000 and has provided over 3,300 students with scholarships AND job placement after graduation. Back to those going directly for a bachelor's degree.  Now, the good news is that your chosen profession is likely to pay quite well, so not only are you likely to be able to pay off the investment you make in your education, but it will return dividends many times that which you paid, for the rest of your career.  Think of financing a degree like financing a house.  In exchange for your monthly mortgage payment, you get to enjoy a roof over your head and anything else you do with your home.  As a cybersecurity professional, in exchange for your monthly student loan payment, you get to earn well-above average incomes relative to your non-security peers, and hopefully enjoy a rewarding career.  And, like the right house, the value of your career should increase over time making your investment in your own education one of your best performing assets. Does this mean that you 100% need a bachelor's degree to get a job in cyber?  No, it does not.  There are plenty of cyber professionals that speak at Blackhat and DEF CON who have never obtained a college degree.  However, if ten applicants are going for an extremely competitive job and only seven of the ten applicants have a college degree in IT or Cyber, you shouldn't be surprised when HR shortens the list of qualified applicants to only the top five applicants all having college degrees.  It may not be fair, but it's common.  Plus, a U.S. Census Bureau study showed that folks who have a bachelor's degree make half a million dollars more over a career than those with an associate degree, and 1.6 times what a high school diploma holder may earn over a lifetime.  So, if you want more career opportunities and want to monetize your future, get past that HR checkbox that looks for a 4-year degree. Now, some people (usually those who don't want to do academic work) will say that a formal education isn't necessary for success.  After all, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg were college dropouts, and they're both worth billions.  True, but that's a false argument that there's a cause-and-effect relationship there.  Both were undergraduates at Harvard University when they developed their business ideas.  So, if someone wants to assert a degree isn't necessary, counter with you'll agree once they are accepted into Harvard, and they produce a viable business plan as a teenager while attending classes. You see, completing four years of education in a field of study proves a few things.  I've interviewed candidates that said they took all of the computer science and cybersecurity courses they wanted and didn't feel a need to "waste time" with fuzzy studies such as history and English composition.  Okay, I'll accept that that person had a more focused education.  But consider the precedent here.  When a course looked uninteresting or difficult, that candidate just passed on the opportunity.  In the world of jobs and careers, there are going to be tasks that are uninteresting or difficult, and no one wants to do them, but they have to get done.  As a boss, do you want someone who has shown the pe  d completed it with an A (or maybe even a B), or do you want someone who passed when the going got a little rough?  The business world isn't academia where you're free to pick and choose whether to complete requirements.  Stuff has to get done, and someone who has a modified form of learned helplessness will most likely not follow through when that boring task comes due.   Remember I said I was going to tell you how to deal with the unfortunate situation where a prospective student doesn't have enough money to pay for college?  There are a couple of ways to meet that challenge.  It's time to talk to your rich uncle about paying for college.  That uncle is Uncle Sam.  Uncle Sam can easily finance your college so you can earn your degrees in Cyber Security.  However, Uncle Sam will want you to work for the government in return for paying for your education.  Two example scholarships that you could look into are the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and Scholarship for Service (SFS).  ROTC is an officer accession program offered at more than 1,700 colleges and universities   across the United States to prepare young adults to become officers in the U.S. Military.  For scholarship students, ROTC pays 100% of tuition, fees, books, and a modest stipend for living expenses.  A successful degree program can qualify an Army second lieutenant for a Military Occupation Specialty (or MOS) such as a 17A Cyber Operations Officer, a 17B Cyber and Electronic Warfare Officer, or a 17D Cyber Capabilities Development Officer, a great start to a cybersecurity career. For the Navy, a graduating Ensign may commission as an 1810 Cryptologic Warfare Officer, 1820 Information Professional Officer, 1830 Intelligence Officer, or an 1840 Cyber Warfare Engineer.  The Navy uses designators rather than MOS's to delineate career patterns.  These designators have changed significantly over the last dozen years and may continue to evolve.  The Marine Corps has a 1702 cyberspace officer MOS.  Note that the Navy and the Marine Corps share a commissioning source in NROTC (Navy ROTC), and unlike the Army that has over 1,000 schools that participate in AROTC and the Air Force that has 1,100 associated universities in 145 detachments, there are only 63 Navy ROTC units or consortiums, although cross-town affiliates include nearly one hundred more colleges and universities. There are a lot of details that pertain to ROTC, and if you're serious about entering upon a military officer career, it's well worth the time and effort to do your research.  Not all ROTC students receive a scholarship; some receive military instruction throughout their four years and are offered a commission upon graduation.  Three- and four-year scholarship students incur a military obligation at the beginning of sophomore year, two-year scholarship students at the beginning of junior year, and one-year scholarship students at the start of senior year.  The military obligation today is eight years, usually the first four of which are on active duty; the rest may be completed in the reserves.  If you flunk out of school, you are rewarded with an enlistment rather than a commission.  These numbers were different when I was in ROTC, and they may have changed since this podcast was recorded, so make sure you get the latest information to make an informed decision. What if you want to serve your country but you're not inclined to serve in the military, or have some medical condition that may keep you from vigorous physical activity, or had engaged in recreational chemical use or other youthful indiscretions that may have disqualified you from further ROTC consideration?  There is another program worth investigating.   The National Science Foundation provides educational grants through the Scholarship For Service program or SFS for short.  SFS is a government scholarship that will pay up to 3 years of costs for undergraduate and even graduate (MS or PhD) educational degree programs.  It's understood that government agencies do not have the flexibility to match private sector salaries in cyber security.  However, by offering scholarships up front, qualified professionals may choose to stay in government service; hence SFS continues as a sourcing engine for Federal employees.  Unlike ROTC, a participant in SFS will incur an obligation to work in a non-DoD branch of the Federal government for a duration equal to the number of years of scholarship provided. In addition to tuition and education-related fees, undergraduate scholarship recipients receive $25,000 in annual academic stipends, while graduate students receive $34,000 per year.  In addition, an additional $6,000 is provided for certifications, and even travel to the SFS Job Fair in Washington DC. That job fair is an interesting affair.  I was honored to be the keynote speaker at the SFS job fair back in 2008.  I saw entities and agencies of the Federal government that I didn't even know existed, but they all had a cybersecurity requirement, and they all were actively hiring.  SFS students qualify for "excepted service" appointments, which means they can be hired through an expedited process.  These have been virtual the last couple of years due to COVID-19 but expect in-person events to resume in the future. I wrote a recommendation for a young lady whom I've known since she was born (her mom is a childhood friend of mine), and as an electrical engineering student in her sophomore year, she was selected for a two-year SFS scholarship.  A good way to make mom and dad happy knowing they're not going to be working until 80 to pay off their kid's education bills. In exchange for a two-year scholarship, SFS will usually require a student to complete a summer internship between the first and second years of school and then work two years in a government agency after graduation.  The biggest benefit to the Scholarship for Service is you can work at a variety of places.  So, if your dream is to be a nation state hacker for the NSA, CIA, or the FBI then this offers a great chance of getting in.  These three-letter agencies heavily recruit from these programs.  As I mentioned, there are a lot of other agencies as well.  You could find work at the State Department, Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Education, the Federal Reserve Board, and I think I remember the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).  Federal executive agencies, Congress, interstate agencies, and even state, local, or tribal governments can satisfy the service requirement.  So, you can get paid to go to college and have a rewarding job in the government that builds a nice background for your career. How would you put all this together?  I spent nine years as an advisor to the National CyberWatch Center.  Founded as CyberWatch I in 2005, it started as a Washington D.C. and Mid-Atlantic regional effort to increase the quantity and quality of the information assurance workforce.  In 2009, we received a National Science Foundation award and grants that allowed the program to go nationwide.  Today, over 370 colleges and universities are in the program.  So why the history lesson? What we did was align curriculum between two-year colleges and four-year universities, such that a student who took the designated courses in an associate degree program would have 100% of those credits transfer to the four-year university.  That is HUGE.  Without getting into the boring details, schools would certify to the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) (formerly known as the National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Committee or NSTISSC) national training standard for INFOSEC professionals known as NSTISSI 4011.  Now with the help of an SFS scholarship, a student with little to no financial resources can earn an associate degree locally, proceed to a bachelor's degree from a respected university, have a guaranteed job coming out of school, and HAVE NO STUDENT DEBT.  Parents, are you listening carefully?  Successfully following that advice can save $100,000 and place your child on course for success. OK, so let's fast forward 3 years and say that you are getting closer to finishing a degree in Cyber Security or Computer Science.  Is there anything else that you can do while performing a summer internship?    That brings us to our second building block.  Getting certifications.   Number Two:  Getting a Certification  Earning certifications are another key step to demonstrate that you have technical skills in cyber security.  Usually, technology changes rapidly.  That means that universities typically don't provide specialized training in Windows 11, Oracle Databases, Amazon Web Services, or the latest programming language.  Thus, while you may come out of a computer science degree with knowledge on how to write C++ and JavaScript, there are a lot of skills that you often lack to be quite knowledgeable in the workforce.  Additionally, most colleges teach only the free version of software.  In class you don't expect to learn how to deploy Antivirus software to thousands of endpoints from a vendor that would be in a Gartner Magic quadrant, yet that is exactly what you might encounter in the workplace.  So, let's look at some certifications that can help you establish your expertise as a cyber professional.  We usually recommend entry level certifications from CompTIA as a great starting point.  CompTIA has some good certifications that can teach you the basics in technology.  For example: CompTIA A+ can teach you how to work an IT Help Desk.  CompTIA Network+ can teach you about troubleshooting, configuring, and managing networks CompTIA Linux+ can help you learn how to perform as a system administrator supporting Linux Systems CompTIA Server+ ensures you have the skills to work in data centers as well as on-premises or hybrid environments. Remember it's really hard to protect a technology that you know nothing about so these are easy ways to get great experience in a technology.  If you want a certification such as these from CompTIA, we recommend going to a bookstore such as Amazon, buying the official study guidebook, and setting a goal to read every day.  Once you have read the official study guide go and buy a set of practice exam questions from a site like Whiz Labs or Udemy.  Note this usually retails for about $10.  So far this represents a total cost of about $50 ($40 dollars to buy a book and $10 to buy practice exams.)  For that small investment, you can gain the knowledge base to pass a certification.  You just need to pay for the exam and meet eligibility requirements. Now after you get a good grasp of important technologies such as Servers, Networks, and Operating Systems, we recommend adding several types of certifications to your resume.  The first is a certification in the Cloud.  One notable example of that is AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate.  Note you can find solution architect certifications from Azure and GCP, but AWS is the most popular cloud provider, so we recommend starting there.  Learning how the cloud works is extremely important.  Chances are you will be asked to defend it and you need to understand what an EC-2 server is, types of storage to make backups, and how to provide proper access control.  So, spend the time and get certified.  One course author who provides a great course is Adrian Cantrill.  You can find his course link for AWS Solutions Architect in our show notes or by visiting learn.cantrill.io.  The course costs $40 and has some of the best diagrams you will ever see in IT.  Once again go through a course like this and supplement with practice exam questions before going for the official certification. The last type of certifications we will mention is an entry cyber security certification.  We usually see college students pick up a Security+ or Certified Ethical Hacker as a foundation to establish their knowledge in cyber security.  Now the one thing that you really gain out of Security+ is a list of technical terms and concepts in cyber security.  You need to be able to understand the difference between Access Control, Authentication, and Authorization if you are to consult with a developer on what is needed before allowing access to a site.  These types of certifications will help you to speak fluently as a cyber professional.  That means you get more job offers, better opportunities, and interesting work.  It's next to impossible to establish yourself as a cyber expert if you don't even understand the technical jargon correctly. Number Three:  Getting Relevant Job Experience OK, so you have a college degree and an IT certification or two. What's next?  At this point in time, you are eligible for most entry level jobs.  So, let's find interesting work in Cyber Security.  If you are looking for jobs in cyber security, there are two places we recommend.  The first is LinkedIn.  Almost all companies post there and there's a wealth of opportunities.  Build out an interesting profile and look professional.  Then apply, apply, apply.  It will take a while to find the role you want.  Also post that you are looking for opportunities and need help finding your first role.  You will be surprised at how helpful the cyber community is.  Here's a pro tip:  add some hashtags with your post to increase its visibility. Another interesting place to consider is your local government.  The government spends a lot of time investing in their employees.  So go there, work a few years, and gain valuable experience.  You can start by going to your local government webpage such as USAJobs.Gov  and search for the Career Codes that map to cyber security.  For example, search using the keyword “2210” to find the job family of Information Technology Management where most cyber security opportunities can be found.  If you find that you get one of these government jobs, be sure to look into college repayment programs.  Most government jobs will help you pay off student loans, finance master's degrees in Cyber Security, or pay for your certifications.  It's a great win-win to learn the trade. Once you get into an organization and begin working your first job out of college, you then generally get one big opportunity to set the direction of your career.  What type of cyber professional do you want to be?  Usually, we see most Cyber Careerists fall into one of three basic paths.   Offensive Security Defensive Security Security Auditing The reason these three are the most common is they have the largest amount of job opportunities.  So, from a pure numbers game it's likely where you are to spend the bulk of your career.  Although we do recommend cross training.  Mike Miller who is the vCISO for Appalachia Technologies put out a great LinkedIn post on this where he goes into more detail.  Note we have a link to it in our show notes.  Here's some of our own thoughts on these three common cyber pathways: Offensive Security is for those that like to find vulnerabilities in things before the bad guys do.  It's fun to learn how to hack and take jobs in penetration testing and the red team.  Usually if you choose this career, you will spend time learning offensive tools like Nmap, Kali Linux, Metasploit, Burp Suite, and others.  You need to know how technology works, common flaws such as the OWASP Top Ten web application security risks, and how to find those vulnerabilities in technology.  Once you do, there's a lot of interesting work awaiting.  Note if these roles interest you then try to obtain the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification to gain relevant skill sets that you can use at work. Defensive Security is for the protectors.  These are the people who work in the Security Operations Center (SOC) or Incident Response Teams.  They look for anomalies, intrusions, and signals across the whole IT network.  If something is wrong, they need to find it and identify how to fix it.  Similar to Offensive Security professionals they need to understand technology, but they differ in the types of tools they need to look at.  You can find a defender looking at logs.  Logs can come from an Intrusion Detection System, a Firewall, a SIEM, Antivirus, Data Loss Prevention Tools, an EDR, and many other sources.  Defenders will become an expert in one of these tools that needs to be constantly monitored.  Note if you are interested in these types of opportunities look for cyber certifications such as the MITRE ATT&CK Defender (MAD) or SANS GIAC Certified Incident Handler GCIH to gain relevant expertise. Security Auditing is a third common discipline.  Usually reporting to the Governance, Risk, and Compliance organization, this role is usually the least technical.  This discipline is about understanding a relevant standard or regulation and making sure the organization follows the intent of the standard/regulation.  You will spend a lot of time learning the standards, policies, and best practices of an industry.  You will perform risk assessments and third-party reviews to understand how we certify as an industry.  If you would like to learn about the information systems auditing process, governance and management of IT systems, business processes such as Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Management, and compliance activities, then we recommend obtaining the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification from ISACA.   Ok, so you have a degree, you have certifications, you are in a promising job role, WHAT's Next?  If you want to really become an expert, we recommend you focus on… Number Four: Building your personal brand.   Essentially find a way to give back to the industry by blogging, writing open-source software, creating a podcast, building cybersecurity tutorials, creating YouTube videos, or presenting a lecture topic to your local OWASP chapter on cyber security.  Every time you do you will get smarter on a subject.  Imagine spending three hours a week reading books in cyber security.  If you did that for ten years, think of how many books you could read and how much smarter you would become.  Now as you share that knowledge with others two things happen:   People begin to recognize you as an industry expert.  You will get invited to opportunities to connect with other smart people which allows you to become even smarter.  If you spend your time listening to smart people and reading their works, it rubs off.  You will absorb knowledge from them that will spark new ideas and increase your understanding The second thing is when you present your ideas to others you often get feedback.  Sometimes you learn that you are actually misunderstanding something.  Other times you get different viewpoints.  Yes, this works in the financial sector, but it doesn't work in the government sector or in the university setting.  This feedback also helps you become smarter as you understand more angles of approaching a problem. Trust us, the greatest minds in cyber spend a lot of time researching, learning, and teaching others.  They all know G Mark's law, which I wrote nearly twenty years ago:  "Half of what you know about security will be obsolete in eighteen months." OK so let's recap a bit.  If you want to become an expert in something, then you should do four things. 1) Get a college education so that you have the greatest amount of opportunities open to you, 2) get certifications to build up your technical knowledge base, 3) find relevant job experiences that allow you to grow your skill sets, and 4) finally share what you know and build your personal brand.  All of these make you smarter and will help you become a cyber expert.   Thanks again for listening to us at CISO Tradecraft.  We wish you the best on your journey as you Learn to Earn.  If you enjoyed the show, tell one person about it this week.  It could be your child, a friend looking to get into cyber security, or even a coworker.  We would love to help more people and we need your help to reach a larger audience.  This is your host, G. Mark Hardy, and thanks again for listening and stay safe out there. References: https://www.todaysmilitary.com/education-training/rotc-programs  www.sfs.opm.gov  https://www.comptia.org/home  https://www.whizlabs.com/ https://www.udemy.com/ https://learn.cantrill.io/p/aws-certified-solutions-architect-associate-saa-c03  https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6965305453987737600/ https://www.offensive-security.com/pwk-oscp/  https://mitre-engenuity.org/cybersecurity/mad/ https://www.giac.org/certifications/certified-incident-handler-gcih/  https://www.ccbcmd.edu/Costs-and-Paying-for-College/Tuition-and-fees/In-County-tuition-and-fees.aspx https://www.educationcorner.com/value-of-a-college-degree.html  https://www.collegexpress.com/lists/list/us-colleges-with-army-rotc/2580/  https://www.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/104478/air-force-reserve-officer-training-corps/ https://www.netc.navy.mil/Commands/Naval-Service-Training-Command/NROTC https://armypubs.army.mil/pub/eforms/DR_a/NOCASE-DA_FORM_597-3-000-EFILE-2.pdf https://niccs.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/documents/SFS%20Flyer%20FINAL.pdf https://www.nationalcyberwatch.org/  

The StclairSpeaksShow Podcast
How to properly build a minimum viable product and have a beta launch featuring Jason Sherman

The StclairSpeaksShow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 47:03


The StclairSpeaksshow is an interview format podcast show where I highlight and showcase professionals in business from across the world, we discuss topics from within their industry expertise and dive into their backstory on how they got to where they are today. http://thestclairspeaksshowpodcast.com/ About the guest Jason Sherman is a successful entrepreneur, award-winning filmmaker, published author, tech startup expert, and journalist. He has been featured by several media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Verge, and ABC News. Jason is fluent in Spanish, is a classically trained violinist, and was a featured speaker on FOX's Futurist TV Show: Xploration Earth 2050. Jason runs a web and mobile dev shop and film studio from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He gives guest lectures at area universities, and regularly supports hackathons or tech events as a mentor and judge. His methodologies on entrepreneurship and data-driven decisions are his main source of education for those he helps all around the world. His startup book Strap on your Boots is the culmination of his life's work to help other entrepreneurs succeed and is the focus of a class he created called Startup Essentials. He originally taught the course as a guest lecturer at area universities, including the Wharton School of Business and now the course is available online for students on Udemy. https://jasonsherman.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stclairspeaksshow/support

Youniverseway Podcast
Episode 150- Reclaiming your power as a woman of substance

Youniverseway Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 27:10


Hi loves, This episode covers various aspects of 'Power' of a woman of substance. Think of each aspect like a bead/pearl in a necklace, which when combined, forms this beautiful ornament that you can adorn forever to live a truly meaningful and purpose-driven life of expansion and growth. Its time to reclaim our power not only as women but as women of substance. Hope you enjoy this one. Come say Hi on Instagram @iambansipatel or tag me on your IG stories. Sign up for the Affluent Author Mindset course on Udemy now.

Women Conquer Business
Create Your Course Online: Best Online Course Platforms 2022

Women Conquer Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 57:28 Transcription Available


Best Online Course Platforms 2022 With the rise of self-publishing and the success of platforms such as YouTube, blogging, and podcasting, there is now a tremendous demand for online courses. By using online course creation platforms, businesses can create courses to sell or use internally. These platforms are a great way to promote your brand, business, products, and services to increase revenue.  Get the details on the top online course platforms for creating, hosting, and selling your online course. *We chat longer at the beginning than usual (because https://vimeo.com/741446125/0fe1c55b97 (Jen drove a Lamborghini)). If you're here for course platforms only, start at 17 minutes. https://www.canva.com/design/DAFKV7qZrcI/tDRKvGALmu5-HRupyvYWBA/view?utm_content=DAFKV7qZrcI&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink (Slides: Best Online Course Platforms 2022) Words of Wisdom What will your students learn? You have to think about transformation. Consider where people are going to be at the end because it helps them navigate whether they want to buy from you. — Jen It's like any digital product. If you are doing it on your own, then you are responsible for selling it on your own, marketing it, getting it out into the world bringing people into it. If you want somebody else to do that for you, then put it up somewhere like Udemy and let them take care of all the marketing. — Shelley Breaking News https://www.nearmedia.co/ep-78-yelp-selling-its-business-data-googles-review-spam-algo-nukes-many-legit-reviews-tik-tok-for-brands/ (Near media reporting, Yelp's new revenue stream is selling business data). Can't-Miss Resources https://sendfox.com/wcb (Download Jen's Free Marketing Self-Assessment) https://app.heartbeat.chat/agkmediastudio/invitation?code=2JB554 (Join Shelley's free elder content creator community) Inspirational Nugget Today's conservative ideas were once controversial, cutting-edge, and innovative. This is why we can't be afraid to experiment with new ideas. What new path can I blaze today? We need to know when to let go of what is no longer working for us and find a new way to reach our goals. Connect with Us Podcast Production Podcast hosting: https://www.captivate.fm/signup?ref=womenconquerbiz (Captivate*) (affiliate link) Livestream: https://streamyard.com/?pal=5720244600700928 (StreamYard*) (Shelley's referral link) Music: https://uppbeat.io/ (Uppbeat.io) Connect with Jen Brought to you by Women Conquer Business https://linkedin.com/in/jensmcfarland (Connect with Jen McFarland) https://www.womenconquerbiz.com/marketing-services/ (Women Conquer Business marketing consultancy) https://epiphanycourses.com/ (Epiphany Courses) Connect with Shelley Engineered by AGK Media Studio https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleycarney/ (Connect with Shelley Carney) Shelley's Livestream consultancy http://agkmedia.studio/ (AGK Media Studio) Shelley's podcast: https://anchor.fm/messagesandmethods (Messages and Methods: Livecast Life 2.0 Podcast)  

Kourting Happiness
100. Celebrate 100 Episodes with a Special Gift Only on Udemy

Kourting Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 11:16


Woohoo! It's time to celebrate the 100 episodes of Kourting Happiness.  Our host, Dr. Kortni Alston, shares a special gift for the first 100 listeners that enroll today on Udemy.  She is offering Finding Happiness After Loss with Positive Psychology for free. 

Valuetainment Podcast
Defund Universities - Shocking Truth About The College Monopoly System

Valuetainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 21:51


In this video, Patrick Bet-David details the future of education and the college monopoly system. Download the free PDF from Valuetainment here: https://valuetainment.com/defund-universities-shocking-truth-about-the-college-monopoly-system-bonus-content/ Today's video is sponsored by Udemy, the online education platform, with over 54 million students. Check out Pat's Top Udemy Courses here: https://bit.ly/3Aic5Yz MBA Course: https://bit.ly/3R8GrmX Programming for Kids: https://bit.ly/3cjlEyr Complete Digital Marketing Masterclass: https://bit.ly/3pLC85n Complete Web Development Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/3pFfR9x Recommended Video: 15 Things School Won't Teach You: https://youtu.be/zAAfmUGDeCk Private Coaching from Patrick Bet-David - Apply Now: 1 On 1 Mentorship: http://bit.ly/2ow0mEO Monthly 90-Minute Webinar: http://bit.ly/2PxF30R Keynote Request: https://bit.ly/2ZXaUfI To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: info@valuetainment.com #valuetainment #patrickbetdavid --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/valuetainment/support

Fabulously Keto
102: Martha Tettenborn – Hacking Chemo

Fabulously Keto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 75:26


Martha Tettenborn  Martha Tettenborn RD is a Registered Dietitian and certified Primal Health Coach with over 30 years of experience working in many areas of nutrition. She currently works in long term care with a focus on nursing homes and gerontology. Her private health coach practice, The Cancer Doula, promotes a low-carb, whole-foods-based approach to disease prevention and cancer symptom management. When diagnosed with Stage 1 ovarian cancer, Martha began exploring the research of the disease and discovered the science of cancer metabolism. This led her to develop and use a protocol of ketogenic diet with targeted therapeutic fasting to significantly impact her response to chemotherapy. Inspired by her own journey, Martha wants to help others see cancer differently – as an experience that will give you strength, wisdom, and more love for your body and life than ever before.  Her experience, strategies and resources, plus the science behind them, are outlined in her book Hacking Chemo: Using Ketogenic Diet, Therapeutic Fasting and a Kickass Attitude to Power Through Cancer.  A featured speaker at the Low Carb Long Weekend Summit and on numerous podcasts, Martha shares her knowledge as a dietitian and experience as a cancer patient to inform others about the power of metabolic interventions to support conventional cancer treatment. Martha also instructs courses teaching the ketogenic approach to cancer treatment for the Nutrition Network and Udemy.  A cancer survivor since 2018, Martha is an avid hiker, cyclist, live theatre backstage crew member and a wannabe world adventurer. She lives on the beautiful Bruce Peninsula in central Ontario, Canada with her husband Mike, a noisy cockatiel named Ziggy, and a flock of backyard chickens.  Martha's Top Tips Eat locally and seasonally. Support regenerative agriculture. Love yourself. Martha's Book Hacking Chemo: Using Ketogenic Diet, Therapeutic Fasting and a Kickass Attitude to Power through Cancer – Martha Tettenborn https://amzn.to/3QHuvsU Resources Mentioned The Shangri-La Diet: The No Hunger Eat Anything Weight-Loss Plan - Seth Roberts https://amzn.to/3CbQe7M Dr Valter Longo Dr Thomas Seyfried00 Keto for Cancer: Ketogenic Metabolic Therapy as a Targeted Nutritional Strategy – Miriam Kalamian The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying: A simple, effective way to banish clutter forever – Marie Kondo Blood Marker for Ovarian Cancer CA125 Quotes by Martha Tettenborn “I am a registered dietician and I trained in the era of low fat and cholesterol being the devil” “My identity was wrapped up in being that healthy” “Ovarian cancer is called the cancer that whispers” “One of the things about getting a cancer diagnosis is that you have to tell everyone else.” “They are still stuck in the gene theories to the exclusion of all else.” “There's no money to be made on making people healthy using dietary interventions.” “When you get cancer, it's not a death sentence, that cancer is a process that you have to go through - a lot of it sucks.” “People think of cancer as an enemy or a foreign invader.” “I had to learn to love myself.” Connect with Martha Tettenborn on social media Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Hacking-Chemo-Using-Nutrition-to-Journey-through-Cancer-362100501250902 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martha-tettenborn-4a24b220b/ Website Details: https://www.marthatettenborn.com/ If you have enjoyed listening to this episode - Leave us a review By leaving us a review on your favourite podcast platform, you help us to be found by others. Support us on Patreon Help Jackie and Louise make more episodes by supporting them on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/FabulouslyKeto Connect with us on social media https://www.facebook.com/FabulouslyKeto https://www.instagram.com/FabulouslyKeto1 https://twitter.com/FabulouslyKeto Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FabulouslyKeto Music by Bob Collum Recommend a guest We would love to know if you have a favourite guest you would like us to interview. Let us know who you would like to hear of if you have a particular topic you would like us to cover. https://fabulouslyketo.com/recommend-a-guest We sometimes get a small commission on some of the links, this goes towards the costs of producing the podcast.

AugMentors
36: Innovation and Technology in Mentoring with Karthik Iyappan Gunasekaran

AugMentors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 32:14


VP/Head of Global Products & Engineering - Mobile & Native Apps in Udemy and Harvard & MIT Advisor, Karthik Iyappan Gunasekaran shares with AugMentors his stories of innovation and curiosity with new technologies. Karthik's successful career path made him able to impart valuable takes on building connections in a fast-paced corporate world. Some topics were:How mentors fit in a generalist mindset (8:19 - 11:05)Evolution of connection in mentorship (11:20 - 16:35)How to handle mentoring relationship in a growing group (20:00 - 24:11)How passion creates mentoring relationships (24:45 - 26:30)Want to connect with Karthik and learn more? Find out more here!LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kgunasekarantippie2014/ The AugMentors podcast is hosted by two energetic entrepreneurs who leave the shallows of social media to take an invigorating dive into the waters of modern mentoring where guest industry-experts turn deep personal relationships into success. Our Website: https://www.augmentors.us/ Subscribe with us on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/augmentors-us Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqz_JrmYpuNKQvZW2UKKEqw Follow us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/augmentorshq/ Twitter: augmentorshq

Andrew Lake Podcast
The Urge to Disappear - Powerful Personalities | (Final Episode) |

Andrew Lake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 68:29


Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Learn Developmental Psychology: https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/4198002/?referralCode=231420FB84FE700AE286   Learn Time Travel and Lucid Dreaming Methods: https://www.udemy.com/course/time-travel/?referralCode=75A0CD67A06929D40550   Check out my Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vj9mQw0231izQXfUppnwg   Check out my Udemy instructor profile: https://www.udemy.com/user/dosta-3/   Check out my Graffiti channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5OBsGtVMhGDiGiJ3yPvQg   Follow DELM on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/delm413/   Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/andrew-lake-podcast/id1439388762?mt=2   Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36T6M5UiOt9E35U6faNQUi   Dosta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzanoRaVmvE&t=15s   Discover The Chronicles of Dosta: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvn6OHvvKedz2OdVozaKRuA/videos   Theme song music by pmajor: https://pmajor.bandcamp.com/album/static-on-the-frequency   Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Related terms:   Meditation. Awareness. Psychology. Culture. Personal Development. History. English Literature. Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Consciousness. Perception. The Dosta Method. Developmental Psychology. Self Help. Music. Time Travel. Time Dilation. Ecstasy. Guided Meditation. Education. Skill Development. High-Level Functioning. Self-Knowledge. Relationship Advice. Motivation. Knowledge. Book Smart. Intelligence. Tantra. Awareness Techniques. Mysticism. Religion. Antiquity. Classical History. Stoicism. Hermeticism. Mythology. Cultural Commentary. Public Discourse. Intellectual Explorations. Explanation. Clarity. Wisdom. Insight. Truth. Beauty. Love.

Publishing Secrets
Published and Paid #6: 7 Reasons to Consider Creating a Course

Publishing Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 19:27


In this episode, you'll also hear:Important questions to ask when considering creating a course Why creating a course is often more profitable, impactful, and helpful than writing booksWhat to keep in mind when turning your book into a courseWhere to get a FREE guide to walk you through the first (very low-risk) steps, plus the opportunity to consult an industry expertBe sure to read all the way to the end for the link to the FREE guide and to connect with course creation expert Kate Nash!The reality is that the publishing industry is constantly changing. More than ever before, it's important to think outside the box when it comes to making a living as a writer. That's where the Published and Paid series comes in. Over the past five episodes, we've been exploring new opportunities and discussing exactly where and how to get the tools you need to succeed. Remember, it all starts in the mind. Once you start thinking differently and using the tips, tricks, and strategies we've been highlighting in this series, you'll be able to publish and profit in a way that honors God. Make Money as a Writer by Creating a Course So far we've covered four paths to make money as a writer: through publishing books, public speaking, coaching programs, and copywriting. Today, we're going to look at another income stream that you've probably benefited from, but that you may not have considered as something you could do to make extra money. That income stream is turning your book – or podcast or blog – into a course. Courses can be extremely profitable, especially if you have expertise in a highly sought-after topic. And thanks to the internet, it's easier than ever to create and sell a course. There are numerous platforms that will host your course and handle all the logistics from registration to payment processing. Best of all, a course can help you make an impact for Christ around the globe.Most of us have taken a course at some point in our lives, whether it was for work or school, and we know how beneficial they can be. So it makes sense that your audience would benefit from you taking the material you've already created and turning it into a course. Now, if you're like the members of our Christian Authors Network community, you probably have some questions, like:What exactly should I put into the course? How do I figure out how much content to include? How do I price my course? Where will I find customers for the course? How in the world do I find the time? What if I put in the work and create the course, and no one wants to learn what I have to share? Those are all fair questions! And some people would say, “Hey, listen, that's just FEAR – False Expectations Appearing Real.” But the reality is that these are questions that need to be addressed. Let's be clear: creating a course comes with its share of challenges, just like anything else that makes a difference in the world. Yes, it will cost you something, and not only a small investment of money – it's also going to take time, effort, and energy. But you may find that the benefits far outweigh the costs. 7 Reasons You Should Create a CourseSo why should you consider creating a course? There are many good reasons, but for now, let's look at seven of them to help you consider this viable and very profitable option. 1. You've already created the content – why not maximize it and share it with more people? Many of us have created a piece of content that we were really proud of, but we knew in our heart that not enough people got to see it. Maybe you self-published a book and didn't have the marketing budget to get it in front of enough eyeballs. Or maybe you wrote this amazing blog post, and it got lost in the sea of the internet. Whatever that content is, if you know it's quality content that helps other people, why not turn it into a course so it can reach a wider audience? These days, online marketplaces like Udemy and Skillshare and course creation tools like Teachable, Thinkific, and Kajabi make it easier than ever to create and launch courses and share your knowledge with more people.2. You can make more money from selling courses than selling books. When it comes to earning potential, there's no question that courses beat out selling books, simply because courses tend to have a higher price point.Imagine you create a course and sell it on the low end at $100 for each person who signs up. If 10 people sign up, you've made $1,000. On the other hand, if you sell a book for $10, you need to generate 100 sales to make that same $1,000 – and that's not even factoring in the extra fees you'll have to pay to ship those books. While you may continue to revise and enhance your course over time, you won't have to pay a fee every time someone signs up for it. That means you retain more of the income that's generated from each sale than you do from book sales. In other words, creating a course takes a little extra effort, but it can be a much more lucrative way to earn money in the long run. 3. Courses are a great way to build authority in your field. When you have authority in your field, people see you as the expert. They believe that you know what you're talking about and that you can show them the way to solve their problems. Of course, publishing books is an effective way to build authority and credibility. But when you create a course, you increase the complexity of what you're able to offer – and also the value. You create the opportunity to put your knowledge and expertise on display for the world to see. Creating a course reinforces that you are an expert in your field, because you're not just writing – you're also teaching others and directly helping them reach their full potential. Now, make no mistake, there is tremendous power in books. But when it comes to credibility and authority, there's a huge difference between being able to write and being able to teach a concept. When you demonstrate that you can transfer knowledge by teaching others, it instantly raises your market value, helping you build a powerful brand and expand your reach.4. By creating a course, you help people learn in a structured, organized way. We are conditioned from a very young age to have information presented to us in a logical, step-by-step format, because that's the easiest method for us to follow and understand what we're being taught. When you create an online course, not only are you earning money through helping people learn, but you're also giving the people who sign up confidence that they can actually put the knowledge to use. People want to have hope that they can make changes. They want to learn concrete skills that will help them change their lives for the better. By creating a course that effectively presents information and the tools for applying it, you offer people a source of hope. 5. Courses give you the opportunity to add multimedia content. People learn in different ways. Some learn best by reading, others by watching videos, and others by listening to audio. Unlike books, courses allow you to accommodate all those different learning styles by providing content in multiple formats. In addition, multimedia content adds another layer of depth and complexity to the information you're presenting. By incorporating visuals, audio, and other forms of media, you can provide a well-rounded understanding of the course material through strategic repetition. Finally, multimedia content helps break up the monotony of an online course to keep students engaged. Let's be honest – we can be distracted from reading something pretty easily, can't we? Incorporating multimedia elements, however, helps draw people back in when they get distracted, increasing engagement and helping ensure they get what they signed up for. 6. Courses allow you to create a community of learnersWhen you create a course, you're not just creating content. You create a community of learners who share a common goal: to improve their skills and up their knowledge in a certain subject area. So when you think about it, creating a course is an opportunity to build something that's much more than just a collection of information. Remember that you're not creating a course for yourself; you're building something for the benefit of other people. You're empowering them to learn at their own pace and giving them the tools they need to succeed. And, just like books, courses have the potential to make a difference long after you are gone. If it's important to you to make a difference in the world, a course may just be the right path for you. You may even find that it's one of the most rewarding things you can do. 7. Course participants are more likely to take action than readers. If you're like most people, you probably have a list of things that you really want to do, learn, or change. But it can be hard to find the time or motivation to actually take action. That's why online courses can be such a great investment – not only do they provide us with the information we need to make a change, but they also provide a level of accountability and structure that is often lacking in our day-to-day lives. When your audience signs up for your online course, they're actually making a commitment to themselves and to their fellow participants that they're going to take action and see results. That's why people who take online courses are often more likely to take action and see results than people who simply read about the same topic. So by creating a course in your area of expertise, you offer your audience the opportunity to make that commitment and start taking action.Remember Your “Why”As you consider converting your work into a course, remember that it's all for the benefit of your audience. God has given you a message and called you to a certain group of people. What if those people are waiting on the next evolution of that message – your course – to guide them across the finish line and get them from where they are now to where they want to be? As an expert in your field, you can be their guide and teacher, helping them navigate the journey. When you write a book, you give people the first step in the process, but then it's up to the reader to do all the rest of the work themselves. But as humans, even when we have great intentions of doing things ourselves, life happens, and we forget or fail to follow through. Your audience might just need you to come alongside them and show them the way, and creating a course is a great way to do that. Turn Your Book into a Course: FREE Guide DownloadNow that you understand the reasons you should at least consider creating a course, it's time to take action. And don't worry – this is a very simple step you can take right now to explore how easy it would be to turn your book, blog, or podcast into a course. Click here to grab a FREE copy of the Turn Your Book into a Course guide by Christian Authors Network approved partner Kate Nash. If you haven't already interacted with Kate in our community, she's an industry expert in course creation. She's developed hundreds of courses taken by more than 250,000 students. She has worked for major players like RadioShack and Publix, and she's been a certified professional in talent development for almost 20 years. And now she dedicates her time to helping authors, writers, and creators like you put together programs that help transform the lives of their clients. In other words, Kate is a course creation genius. With her guide, all you have to do is explore the answers to 10 simple questions, and you will be crystal-clear on your next step. Kate is also the perfect person to answer all of your questions about creating and selling courses, so on that same page where you'll download the Turn Your Book into a Course guide, you can also sign up for a consultation with Kate and get all those questions answered. Even if you're still on the fence about creating a course, this is the perfect opportunity for you to take action with very little risk. Remember, this could be the very thing your audience needs to get the results they are after. So go grab that guide and start exploring your options, and then come back next week for the next installment of Published and Paid.  BIO:My name is Tamara "Coach Tam" Jackson and I am a published author, Facebook© Certified Digital Marketer, host of the Top 100 Publishing Secrets podcast, and founder of The Christian Authors Network (C.A.N.) Facebook© community. I specialize in helping mission-driven authors, coaches, and entrepreneurs increase their exposure, impact, and income through strategic self-publishing and digital media appearances. Just say yes and we will work together to attract a tribe of loyal followers that 1) "get you", 2) love what you do, and 3) are happy to invest in your book, business, cause, or movement. Plus, we will accomplish all of this without fake, salesy, sleazy, or manipulative tactics. Yes you CAN write, publish, and profit in a way that honors God; join the community today at https://christianauthors.net/fbgroup.   GET CONNECTED:Connect with fellow Christian Authors: http://christianauthors.net/fbgroupDownload the Free Christian Author Marketing EBook: https://265point.com/secretsbook1Get Booked as a Guest Speaker for Free: http://christianauthors.netFollow Tam on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TamaraJacksonTransformationExpert/Interact with Tam on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fitnesstamara265/

Andrew Lake Podcast
No Idea is the Big Idea

Andrew Lake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 23:33


Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Learn Developmental Psychology: https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/4198002/?referralCode=231420FB84FE700AE286   Learn Time Travel and Lucid Dreaming Methods: https://www.udemy.com/course/time-travel/?referralCode=75A0CD67A06929D40550   Check out my Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vj9mQw0231izQXfUppnwg   Check out my Udemy instructor profile: https://www.udemy.com/user/dosta-3/   Check out my Graffiti channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5OBsGtVMhGDiGiJ3yPvQg   Follow DELM on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/delm413/   Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/andrew-lake-podcast/id1439388762?mt=2   Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36T6M5UiOt9E35U6faNQUi   Dosta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzanoRaVmvE&t=15s   Discover The Chronicles of Dosta: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvn6OHvvKedz2OdVozaKRuA/videos   Theme song music by pmajor: https://pmajor.bandcamp.com/album/static-on-the-frequency   Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Related terms:   Meditation. Awareness. Psychology. Culture. Personal Development. History. English Literature. Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Consciousness. Perception. The Dosta Method. Developmental Psychology. Self Help. Music. Time Travel. Time Dilation. Ecstasy. Guided Meditation. Education. Skill Development. High-Level Functioning. Self-Knowledge. Relationship Advice. Motivation. Knowledge. Book Smart. Intelligence. Tantra. Awareness Techniques. Mysticism. Religion. Antiquity. Classical History. Stoicism. Hermeticism. Mythology. Cultural Commentary. Public Discourse. Intellectual Explorations. Explanation. Clarity. Wisdom. Insight. Truth. Beauty. Love.

Youniverseway Podcast
Episode 149- Honoring the season of life you're in

Youniverseway Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 15:13


Hi loves, Just like the seasons in nature, our life also goes through various seasons, that's the beauty of being a human. In this podcast episode, I discuss how to recognize the season you're in & honor it with grace, so that you can set yourself up for continual growth and expansion. Hope you enjoy this one. Come say Hi on Instagram @iambansipatel or tag me on your IG stories. Sign up for the Affluent Author Mindset course on Udemy now.

C-Suite Conversations with Scott Miller
Episode #33 Melissa Daimler

C-Suite Conversations with Scott Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 35:51


Join Chief Learning Officer of Udemy, Melissa Daimler, as she offers insights on impactful ways leaders can design, optimize, and scale their culture. Melissa shares how to balance being forward thinking while also being efficient enough to focus on what's in front of you in an effort ensure your organization's culture is happening by design rather than by default.

Andrew Lake Podcast
Hearing the Call (Ch. 10/10) – Call to Love

Andrew Lake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 11:00


In this 10-part series – Hearing the Call – we discuss the origins and receiving of communication and what this means for personal development and spiritual growth. We look at a number of different ways in which we can perceive a message and what this means for life on multiple levels, including; emotionally, behaviorally, existentially, socially and spiritually. Hearing the Call is a higher-level intuition that opens one to a deeper way of relating to life and the cosmos at large.   Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Learn Developmental Psychology: https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/4198002/?referralCode=231420FB84FE700AE286   Learn Time Travel and Lucid Dreaming Methods: https://www.udemy.com/course/time-travel/?referralCode=75A0CD67A06929D40550   Check out my Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vj9mQw0231izQXfUppnwg   Check out my Udemy instructor profile: https://www.udemy.com/user/dosta-3/   Check out my Graffiti channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5OBsGtVMhGDiGiJ3yPvQg   Follow DELM on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/delm413/   Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/andrew-lake-podcast/id1439388762?mt=2   Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36T6M5UiOt9E35U6faNQUi   Dosta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzanoRaVmvE&t=15s   Discover The Chronicles of Dosta: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvn6OHvvKedz2OdVozaKRuA/videos   Theme song music by pmajor: https://pmajor.bandcamp.com/album/static-on-the-frequency   Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Related terms:   Meditation. Awareness. Psychology. Culture. Personal Development. History. English Literature. Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Consciousness. Perception. The Dosta Method. Developmental Psychology. Self Help. Music. Time Travel. Time Dilation. Ecstasy. Guided Meditation. Education. Skill Development. High-Level Functioning. Self-Knowledge. Relationship Advice. Motivation. Knowledge. Book Smart. Intelligence. Tantra. Awareness Techniques. Mysticism. Religion. Antiquity. Classical History. Stoicism. Hermeticism. Mythology. Cultural Commentary. Public Discourse. Intellectual Explorations. Explanation. Clarity. Wisdom. Insight. Truth. Beauty. Love.