Article Title: How to Exceed Teleseminar Participants' Expectations
Author Name: Julie Jordan Scott
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Category: Teleseminar Leading
Copyright Date: 2006
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How to Exceed Teleseminar Participants' Expectations
© 2006
Julie Jordan Scott

Jennifer hung up the phone in disgust.

She didn't want to waste another moment
in another lousy Teleseminar.

The leader was focused on one thing: his own
brilliance - and how his plan for this hour would
benefit - wait, not me - it seems like this
Teleseminar was all about how her attendance 
in his next Teleseminar would benefit - Him?

Wait! What is wrong with this picture?

Unfortunately, this is far too common 
in the average Teleseminar.

The exciting thing is that it doesn't have
to be like this - responsive, engaging, 
evocative Teleseminar leaders 
know better.  

They are seeking ways to facilitate 
change, to disseminate information and 
education that will actually become an 
integrated part of the lives of 
their participants.

They have found three key ingredients to
Teleseminars that REALLY work to
Change lives.

1. Focus on the Community as well 
as the Content - keep the finger on
the heartbeat and pulse of each participant
AS content is delivered. 

Don't lose the individuals within the
community for the sake of the content.

2. Collaborative Intention leads to
the Highest Good for ALL.

Yes - each participant comes to class
with his or her own intention. Excellent
teleseminar leaders discern that intent and
then deliver accordingly while insuring the 
overall course intention is met as well.

It takes practice - YES!- and it is SO
worth it.

3. Trust the Flow of the Class - and 
follow that Flow while holding the 
Greatest Good for all at the Center 
of the Content Delivery.

Sometimes topics will come up that you
weren't expecting to come up in class. 
Excellent Teleseminar leaders know that and
are not thrown off course when it happens.
Instead, they follow the flow - offer options
and solutions - and have participants who
sing their praises and refer them to everyone
they know.

How to Teach Teleseminars that Change Lives:
Learn the Method Behind the Magic - Incredible
Value at an Unbeatable Price with Astonishing Results.
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