Article Title: The Basic Anatomy of Your Next Teleseminar
Author Name: Julie Jordan Scott
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Category: Teleseminar Leading
Copyright Date: 2006
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The Basic Anatomy of Your Next Teleseminar:
Make More Mo.ney by Bringing
Participants Back Over and Over Again
© 2006
Julie Jordan Scott

People who are new to Teleseminar leading often get
stuck by the nuts'n'bolts of  creating an excellent 
teleseminar versus getting lost in the hordes
of  "so-so" teleseminars.

You can teach a teleseminar very simply. In
fact, starting simple is probably the best way
to go.  Let's take a look at one form of
"basic anatomy" of a Teleclass/Teleseminar
that you can build upon, tweak and change
for your needs and for whatever students
register in your programs.

Teleseminar pioneers teach that in a fifty minute/
hour long session, the actual pure lecture time should
only comprise 20 minutes of the total 50 minute
content of the session.

So - looking at a very basic skeleton of a 
Teleseminar, create three basic teaching chunks
of six to seven minutes each.

Partnered with each six or seven minute chunk
of teaching time, create three evocative questions
to create discussion, one possible exercise that
each student works on individually on paper and
pencil, one coaching scenario,  and a fieldwork
assignment to take the teleseminar and make it
relevant in the day-to-day life of each participant.

Think of your Teleseminar/Teleclass Content like 
baking a cake.  It simply tastes better if you 
put a variety of ingredients in to the mix. It
can be tasty without frosting, yes - but watch
what happens with a uniquely flavored frosting!
Yes, cake magic... and teleseminar magic.

If you have created several different options for
your session instead of having a static script, you
will serve your participants in such a way that
will have them registering for your dynamic programs
over and over and over again.

Seminar Topic #1 - 

Story, Example, Fact and Figures.

3 Evocative Questions

Paper and Pencil exercise based on the story, example,
fact and figures

Coaching Scenario (Who wants to play with me today?
and have the others actively listening and applying
their own situation to the Coaching situation.)

Fieldwork assignment - Something concrete to try out
or apply in their lives based on Topic #1

Repeat up to three times, but be open to modifying
as you go along. Options give you power and also give
your participants precious variety.

Also - if you have more content than you can offer,
it gives you a reason to send a follow up email with
the additional information and the opportunity to
reach into the lives of your students once again
and let them know how they can experience one
of your next programs.

When your teleseminars provide real value, people
will really want to experience you again. And again.
And again.

= + = + = + = + = + = + = + 
Don't teach an ordinary 
Teleclass - Teach an Remarkable Class 
that Keeps 'Em Coming Back for More.
NEW: Teleseminar Incubator: Practice, Apply, Succeed

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