As a first step in migrating to fully online service (yes, that’s what I’ve been working on while being so quiet) the first course in my new CoachRoom will open on the weekend. You will love this course! It will really show you what decluttering can mean for you. At ten lessons, it will take around the same number of hours, but will cost less than a one-hour organising appointment, and way less than a one-hour coaching session, yet will give you so much more than one of each! Why will it cost less? Here’s the trick: you’ll be helping me build the course! This is how I explain it in the first lesson:
The course is presented as text-only and I would love you to tell me what supplementary content would help you experience the information in a more satisfying way.
For example, if you read something and think, "I can't picture that, what would it look like?" you can ask for an image to go there. Or if you want to see a process in action, ask for a video.
You might want the opportunity to upload a picture of your own, or to comment on a picture -- we could use presentation tools there. Quizzes or games can liven things up or interrupt the flow (which can be okay if you need a break), so note anywhere you feel droopy so I can think about how to give you a boost.
Maybe you'd like to see an interview or an infographic, a cartoon or a graph -- just let me know what would help you understand better or enjoy a particular part of the course more. I'll take all your input and augment the materials to include the best combination of learning tools I can, to give you a great learning experience.
Then you can take the course again for a nominal fee. That's right, if you buy the first offering of Nutshell Decluttering, and provide feedback, I'll offer you the augmented version for peanuts. You’ll deserve a discount on trying out a course you helped build! You can apply it to new areas of clutter so you'll get a whole new range of benefits from it! You won't be obliged to give detailed feedback for that one, just a quick note at the end about how it was better or if it still needs improvement.
The object is to make it as easy and fun as possible for you to get beautiful results from learning and practicing the Inspector Ross way of decluttering with purpose.
You can even help me name my course area – should it be a CoachRoom, Academy, Tutoring Room, College? Getting ambitious there, I know. Anyway, I like the idea of peripatetic (in an open walkway, or ambulant) study, because you’ll be pretty active doing my courses, but I couldn’t think of a simple name to reflect that. I’m open to your ideas right now!
What do you reckon about all that?
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