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Online learning is booming. It's a multi-billion dollar industry and now anyone can now create online courses and earn a living from it. What can you learn from people who have turned their expertise into income?
The Knowledge Industry podcast, hosted by ex-BBC journalist Mark Egan, looks at the story behind online educators who have made this leap.
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Chris Farrell went from being a radio presenter to earning a million dollars in a day with an online course. In this episode he tells Mark Egan how he mastered teaching online and how he can now travel and work from anywhere. He also talks about how his radio presentation skills help him with teaching online.
Imagine escaping the rat race in a big city to live your dream lifestyle, thanks to online courses. That is exactly what Alessia Lugoboni and Iacopo Di Luigi did with "Lazy Dancer Tips". They had successful careers in dance and visual graphics, but in this podcast they share how they reinvented themselves.
Could you earn a living coaching people, using your expertise and experience. Fabienne Raphael has been a TV presenter, Handball player and now a coach. In this podcast she explains why coaching works and how she uses her "DREAM" method to transform people's lives and businesses.
Should you use a podcast to promote your online courses or business? David Ralph is the host of the successful "Join Up Dots" podcast. He is an online business expert and has created a number of profitable online courses. So what is the secret to success when it comes to podcasting and online business? David Ralph tells Mark Egan about his story.
What does your profile picture say about you? What are the best images to have on your website? John Demato is a photographer and visual story expert. In this episode, John tells Mark Egan how he left a job at the Maury Show and began mixing his photography and storytelling skills. Now he helps his clients use visual storytelling.
Ryan Avery was the youngest ever winner of World Championship of Public Speaking. He has spoken on stage around the globe showing leaders "how to go from A to THE in their industry". Ryan talks about tips for engaging your audience and how he has made the transition from speaking on stage to speaking on Zoom and online events.
Rebecca Ginger is a former TV producer director who founded Table Fables, which teaches children maths online in a fun, engaging way. Rebecca is dyslexic and by helping her children with their similar challenges, she found more creative ways to teach subjects like maths. She believes all online courses could be more fun.
Adam Hudson is a serial entrepreneur, creating multiple multi-million dollar businesses. Through Reliable Education he teaches people to create businesses selling products on Amazon. So what's the secret to a successful education business and why did he spend $100 000 producing just his free video trainings? Why does Adam go against the grain?
What is the psychology behind why we make decisions? Why do we buy? How do we learn? Sean D'Souza from Psychotactics.com explains why you need to understand the psychology of your audience to inspire, educate and sell to them. Sean also talks about building a business that allows him to take months off every year. So what is the secret?
Rob Cubbon has spent years earning a living online with success on Udemy, with books and various courses. In this episode he explains his approach to online business, the challenges and why he believes in having a wide range of products and courses. Rob is a former freelancer who now lives in Thailand. So how does he do it?
Brad Yates is a former actor who uses "tapping" to help people overcome fears and anxiety to reach their goals. Brad has around a thousand videos on Youtube and teaches Emotional Freedom Techniques online and at in-person workshops. He was in the film, "The Tapping Solution". He uses his acting and comedy background to make his teaching engaging.
Neen James is leadership expert, author and keynote speaker. In this episode she tells Mark Egan how using frameworks and models to explain your ideas can make your more memorable and help monetise your knowledge. Originally from Australia, now in the US, Neen also talks about how focus, productivity and attention are essential.
Kat Coroy is an expert on Instagram and visual branding. With her successful Instagram Makeover programme she's helped thousands of entrepreneurs, experts and coaches create a vibrant, consistent brand on Instagram. In this episode she tells Mark Egan why branding is important and how she has built a following and a successful knowledge business. So what can you learn from Kat's approach?
What content works for which audience on which platform? David Bain is a podcast industry veteran with an extensive background in digital marketing training. He currently runs Casting Cred - a modern B2B content marketing agency that specialises in podcasts, YouTube, books and livestream launches. He explains his approach to creating content. What's the right content for your audience?
How do you sell your online courses? Lucy Griffiths has sold tens of thousands of courses and is the author of the book "Make Money While You Sleep". In this episode of the Knowledge Industry she explains how she pivoted from a life of international travel, to running a successful online business. She shares her tips for profiting from your expertise.