Once you’ve signed up for that online learning experience, you’ve made a commitment to setting aside a specific amount of time to develop yourself within a very specific area under the guise of a very specific expert or industry leader. So why not be that specific with what YOU can bring to the table to maximize your return from that webinar, online class or Twitter chat? Here’s how.
Reflect on where you want to go.
You don’t have time to waste and at this point, every action or activity you partake in should be moving you towards your vision. If this experience doesn’t align with your goals and cater to where you’re trying to go, there’s no point in signing up.
Satisfy your curiosity.
If it does help move you towards accomplishing your goals, make a list of questions that you want answered during this time. For example, you have a goal to create an additional stream of income based off your skills as a writer and you’ve signed up for a webinar about creating great content. A few examples of questions take with you could be ‘How can great content help me to attract opportunities?’ ‘What techniques can I learn to improve my writing?’ This will help you set intentions for all of the information you’re taking in. And what happens when we set intentions? We create a strategy.
Set the bar.
Once you have your goals in front of you and your questions outlined, set a goal to for this online experience that connects with your bigger goals. Keep the goal simple and easy so that you can focus your energy on the work and not the outcome.
After your online learning experience is over, you’ll have information that’s tailored to you and your needs that will add to your plan of action.
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