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In a year full of crazy surprises, what’s stood out for you? One thing I’ve noticed again and again is how much online education has changed. 

At the beginning of 2020, it was still a bit of a fringe way to teach and learn… but these days, online education is already beyond the “new normal”. It’s actually become the new mandate

What does this mean for your business? I’ve got a free training coming up where you can get the scoop…

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35 Replies to “From Fringe Theory to Global Mandate”

  1. It means I officially went global with my Teen Takeoff program. It isn’t so strange to meet with your professor/tutor/coach from anywhere because we all got stuck doing so.

    • Donovan, good for you! I am interested in how you are viewing this, and what your program is- tutoring? I have background in brain based education- hands on and experience based, so making that translate is so so valuable. Have done tutoring a bit, and teaching. Considering the focus for supporting teachers to make this work better for them. How is it going?

  2. Heber Aguiar

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    Thank you very much for the videos. I’m from Brazil and follow you. I’m starting my digital training business. My porpose is to help people to be sucssessfull at Real State Market in Brazil.

  3. Thank you Jeff!am looking forward to the details for the debrief sessions at the beginning of 2021!
    Be always awesome!

  4. Totally agree about the new mandate. I spent 10 years trying to bring online education for water professionals and active volunteers – and constantly being blocked (rumors of cyber security risk and internet marketing scams) by leaders and staff of big industry associations and consulting firms for whom (as I now realize) live education programs and events provide a means of getting pre-qualified prospects together in a room so they could have the face-to-face meetings necessary for relational sales (which is what PLF makes possible – VIRTUAL RELATIONAL SALES).

    Now that COVID has finally forced our opposition to go online and opened up possibilities for us to teach high-impact, high-engagement, student+focused, results-driven virtual water education programs+events, we have been able to launch the Beta of WaterCitizen’s Virtual Water Education Lab, where our clients producing amazing and highly targeted online programs for water professionals, utility leaders, tradespeople and homeowners, on topcs including:
    * the creation of a water symposium and water minor through Colorado’s Salazar Center;
    * programs on small system groundwater well maintenance AND home greywater system installation+maintenance;
    * development and implementation of water asset management plans AND drought/flood/disaster plans (both of WITH ways to access funding and communicate risk and mastermind support with other water utilities);
    * an activity-based “Water4Otter” program designed for parents and other adult mentors to do with K-5 kids during the summer to get to know water in their home and hometown watershed;
    * an online summit leading to a membership for leaders and volunteers who are active in global WASH projects that are LOCALLY SUSTAINABLE (no more White Elephants!)

    I’m planning our Jan 15-17 virtual live event now, to be followed by a Summit featuring interviews with our grads and other online water education leaders. It really blows my mind to consider how many lives will be impacted by my students’ students!

    (PS: I have recommended Jeff’s book “LAUNCH” to all of our lab members! Would love to promote PLF as a JV partner as well!)

  5. Aldrin Gregorio

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    Happy holidays Jeff! Excited for this training in early 2021 🙂

  6. ALEJANDRO MASUDA

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    Yes Jeff, I’m looking forward to haow to plan this year of my online training business. Thank you so much if you could give some orientation to this.

  7. Education can take so many different forms, and there is a whole new group of people who want to know how to navigate the digital online world: lots of opportunities for teaching. I work with journalists and writers

  8. Thanks so much for you’re video mails. You pass on great energy.
    Looking forward to joining you on the 5th ☺️

  9. Looking forward to hearing your training. What I especially like about you is your integrity and your genuine desire to help others.

  10. I used my isolation time to write and publish four books for three high school courses which focus on acceptance and validation for all participants: Speaking for Teens, Discover Your Passion for Teens, and Kids Mentoring Kids. My concern was getting them into schools. Teachers don’t buy curricula, BUT with the acceptance of on-line teaching, I am now focusing on changing my focus and setting up a training school for anyone interested in teaching these classes after school via zoom. I’m not clear on the specifics yet, but the classes are also recorded and uploaded to Kajabi, so they are ready to go. I’m looking forward to your training in January to see how others are utilizing this changing teaching environment!

  11. Very inspiring, Jeff. Changes that were in motion before the pandemic are certainly being accelerated by it. Some for the better! Look forward to the debrief. Casey Demchak

  12. I used my isolation time to write and publish four books for three high school courses which focus on acceptance and validation for all participants: Speaking for Teens, Discover Your Passion for Teens, and Kids Mentoring Kids. My concern was getting them into schools. Teachers don’t buy curricula, BUT with the acceptance of on-line teaching, I am now focusing on changing my focus and setting up a training school for anyone interested in teaching these classes after school via zoom. I’m not clear on the specifics yet, but the classes are also recorded and uploaded to Kajabi, so they are ready to go. I’m looking forward to your training in January to see how others are utilizing this changing teaching environment!

  13. So what is the best online membership business to start in 2021…I’m looking for something. Any replies are very appreciated!
    Keith

  14. Nice! Curious on what the difference will be from the year 2020 to the projected year 2021 from all these majorly successful ones. Most recently my family is experiencing my parents getting side swipped with covid, wondering if any of your top success clients have felt the effect of such and what they may be doing in order to be able to focus on new endeavors?

  15. Marina Regueira

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    Thank you so much Jeff!! Happy holidays for you and your family!!
    Best regards from Sweden!!

  16. Thanks Jeff.
    Happy Holidays! I’m looking forward to your training this early January.
    I would like to start an incredible online business.
    All the best for you and your family.

  17. May 2021 bring you and your clan all the best, Jeff.
    Thanks for acknowledging the year-end review and new-year preview one can immerse in during these holidays. I, too, savor both the reflection of this year’s events, and getting pumped (and specific) for next year’s. The long holi-days encourage it all nicely. Like you, and thanks to you and others, I’ve made it a yummy ritual.

    Mele Kalikimaka & Ha’ole Makahiki Ho! as we say in da Islands.

  18. Wishing all of you a wonderful Holiday Season🎉.
    Looking forward to Jeff’s inspiration to take us into 2021! Angel the Harpist and Flautist!

  19. I have three children who graduated from college, one is still attending. My daughter and two sons who already graduated got more from the on-line courses they completed and the books they read AFTER graduation than they did from college.
    While some professions require a four-year degree (i.e. CPA, Engineer, Lawyer) most degrees may be a waste of time and money for a lot of students.
    “The Education of Millionaires,” written by Michael Ellsberg (who has an Ivy League school education himself) makes a strong case for self-education with books and on-line courses. Not only will students learn more, but they will also save boatloads of money.
    I am asking all my kids to read this book and “reboot” themselves. After talking about the book, we all got excited and literally had a “Mastermind Class” right at our dining room table over Christmas dinner.

  20. Peggy Riordan

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    I hope that starting a business online will continue to grow well as I haven’t launched yet! I will early this year and am excited about it!

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