No. My priority is making sure the content is easy to understand and that your clients take action. This is what produces client results. You could have the most beautiful videos, workbooks, slide presentations on the planet, the best branding and graphic elements, the most expensive course platform but if the content is overwhelming, then people don’t do the work. If they don’t do the work, they don’t see results.
One of my clients wanted to make sure her course was fun, fresh, easy to follow and knew right away that she wanted it to be in written format, with just a handful of meditation and visualization videos. Optimized the entire course and sent her a beautifully structured script that was easy to transfer to the platform she had already chosen.
I teach you the foundational principles that I have been using to create my own courses and support my clients in creating theirs.
The content is the one that’s getting people on a journey and helping them get results. We all like a mix of things, depending on what’s going on at any given point in our lives. You might love video content but if you’re traveling, have no headphones and want to navigate a course, written content doesn’t sound that crazy, does it?