All posts by Bradley Morris

From Meditation Teacher to eCourse Adventure Guide

The story begins in the year 2011. I had facilitated more than 500 meditation workshops and circles over the course of two years and fulfilled a dream of guiding retreats in Peru, Hawaii, Mexico, Canada and more… But I was burnt out. I wasn’t fulfilled in my work anymore. It was time for a change. […]

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Are You Headed Towards Mastery or Mediocrity?

We are free to create. Literally, we can create anything. With the tools available. With the talent around us. All that’s stopping us is our creativity, time and tech. (usually) Creativity is like a muscle. If you practice being creative, then the muscle gets stronger. Time management is more like priority management. When we get […]

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We’re going to do what every pioneer in every industry has ever done…

“Business as usual” won’t suffice any longer. Look around you. What do you see in the eLearning industry? It is a sea of sameness, built on the backs of clever online marketers… NOT artists. NOT teachers. NOT innovators. NOT change-makers. People who are selling hollow info-products for a quick buck. That is why the average […]

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We are Experience Designers, Not Course Creators

  Why are we here? What do we hope to achieve through this wild world of online education? We used to have dollar signs in our eyes. Big ones. Now we have a purpose in our hearts. A big one. So we’d love to ask you again… why are you here? We’ll start… We, Bradley […]

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20 Critical Questions to Ask Before, During and After Building your eCourse

The greater the questions we ask ourselves and the more truthfully we answer, the more likely we are to be fulfilled and successful with our endeavours. In fact, in November 2015 when setting out to revamp our eCourse Creation Blueprint course and community, we were standing on a mountain top and posed the question, “Would […]

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If a comet hit the Earth in a year, what would you change?

When we built the Great eCourse Adventure, we did it because we were disgusted with the eLearning industry. We wanted to be a solution to an ever-expanding problem. The quality of courses available online are far below the industry’s potential, given the tools and technology available to us today. The reason is, most people creating courses are […]

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The Way of the Mini Course and the Future of Online Learning

Humans consume media differently than we did ten years ago, or a year ago for that matter. We want thinks short and snappy. We get satisfaction from instant gratification. We have shorter attention spans than ever, which means we can’t handle long, drawn out processes. We have less time, and therefore need our transformation delivered in […]

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How to Design Excellent Onboarding Experiences for New Students

First impressions are everything. The first experiences your students have after signing up for your course are a make-or-break situation. If their excitement of joining your course turns to confusion, overwhelm or disappointment when they get started, then the chances of dropout runs high. As a course creator, your job is more than giving your students “the goods,” […]

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Less Talk. More Action. Get your Ass in the Game and Play!

Are you a teacher who doesn’t teach? An entrepreneur who doesn’t make money… An artist who doesn’t make art… An athlete who doesn’t play… A speaker who doesn’t speak… A writer who doesn’t write… A musician who doesn’t make music… An eCourse creator who doesn’t create courses…? Are you talking more than strategizing? Wishing more […]

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The F-Yeah Formula for Creating an F-Yeah Life and Business

F-YES or F-NO? That is the question… For 13 years I have been consciously crafting my lifestyle and business to align with my deepest, most enthusiastic yes. That’s why I play golf everyday at sunrise. That’s why I got into creating online courses. That’s why I moved to an ocean front home on a beautiful […]

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