You’re logging into a new online course, or you’re walking into a classroom for a day-long workshop. You’re engaged and ready to learn. Then the first slide or page appears. You’re greeted with text-heavy, 10-point font and loads of bullet points. It’s gonna be a long day.
We’ve all experienced it. Courses with one-way communication and information overload – both guaranteed content (and learning) killers.
Below are seven rules to help bring courses back to life, adapted from a webinar presented by Carmine Gallo (The Persuasive Pitch).