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.
What works with online courses? Can you really create an online lifestyle business around online teaching? How has this entrepreneurship changed people's lives? Tune into the Knowledge Industry for weekly shows about this fast-growing multi-billion dollar industry.
If you are a small business owner, coach, consultant, entrepreneur, freelancer or want to create online courses as a side hustle, then this podcast is for you.
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Making online learning more fun with Rebecca Ginger from Table Fables
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.
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Engaging communication on stage or on Zoom with Ryan Avery
Ryan Avery was the youngest ever winner of World Championship of Public Speaking. He has travelled the world showing leaders "how to go from A to THE in their industry". In this episode he talks to Mark Egan about the value of effective communication.
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Telling Your Brand Story With Photography - John DeMato
John DeMato is a brand lifestyle portrait photographer. He works with expert-based business owners to create and emotional connection with their audiences through persuasive visual storytelling.
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Should you start a podcast to promote your business - with David Ralph
If you have an online business, create courses or deliver coaching you might be wondering if it is worth creating a podcast to grow your audience. David Ralph tells Mark Egan how he left a corporate job to grow his podcast, Join Up Dots, to around half a million listeners a month.
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How coaching can take you to the next level with Fabienne Raphael
Mr guest is Fabienne Raphael. She helps high achievers monetise their knowledge, replace their income, fire their job and become their own boss so they can live their purpose and change lives by building their coaching business.
Escaping the "rat race" thanks to online courses - Alessia Lugoboni and Iacopo Di Luigi
Imagining reaching a point where you're tired of commuting, working long hours and seeing no future in what you're pursuing. For Alessia Lugoboni and Iacopo Di Luigi this sparked a journey which has allowed them to totally change their lifestyle and move to Florence from London. With Tiny Dancer Tips, they built an audience on Youtube before turning that into a business. http://www.lazydancertips.com
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