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This is the show for people who are action-takers, not excuse makers. If you're a location-independent entrepreneur who's actively working on growing your business, then this podcast is for you. We'll be talking business, growth, strategies, mindset, and breakthroughs that can help you take things to the next level. Are you one of us? Come join the conversation at http://www.entrepreneursinmotion.com
 
Hi, I'm Jacques, and I help course creators actually succeed with online courses. More than ever before, regular people are taking their knowledge, packaging it up in an online course, and making a living doing it. I created my very own online course several years ago, and it’s been an awesome ride. But not everyone is successful with online courses. In fact, far too many people’s courses never really take off. And that’s why I’m here - to make sure that doesn’t happen to you. So what you ca ...
 
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In today’s episode, I’m talking with Shayna Oliveira, podcaster and creator of EspressoEnglish.net. Shayna has created a thriving online course business teaching others English on their own schedule. We dive into how the business was born, the pandemic’s effect on her business, and asking the question, “How reversible is this?” Enjoy! “Take action.…
 
On today’s episode, I’m chatting with online course creator and fellow podcaster Lauren Wrighton. Lauren is an excellent example of doing one thing and doing it well. Her simple approach to her niche, her funnel, and her course make for a super-streamlined process. Sit back, relax, and enjoy! “Talk to the real people. Listen... Read More…
 
You probably know that an English word ends in -E, the -E is usually silent; we don’t pronounce it - like in the words date, cheese, fine, spoke, and rude. But there are a few exceptions! Many of these words came into English from other languages and so they don’t follow the typical trend of a silent E at the end. Repeat after me to learn 12 words …
 
Today, I’m sitting down to chat with the guys from Hustle and Flowchart. Matt Wolfe and Joe Fier have been working together in different capacities since 2007. Matt and Joe share their thoughts on Clubhouse, learning from failures, using your superpowers to monetize an audience, and having a successful partnership. Lots of great takeaways... Read M…
 
Do you want to learn more than 1000 advanced vocabulary words, so you can speak and write like a master of the English language? Keep listening, because this course is for you. ⭐ Advanced Vocabulary & Collocations Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-vocabulary-and-collocations-course/ ✔️ Save $15 with discount code ROCKET If you’ve bee…
 
I hope you’re ready to learn some awesome words! You don’t want to use the same basic English words over and over... instead, you want to use interesting and powerful words to express yourself better. Today I'll teach you 20 verbs that will supercharge your vocabulary. That’s actually a good example – I could say “improve your vocabulary” or “expan…
 
Today, I’m talking with former Google project manager turned “Art Scientist” weaver, Tien Chiu. When she fell in love with weaving over ten years ago, she never imagined it would become her career. Tien shares about turning her passion into a successful online course, the benefit of making mistakes, and how her wedding dress landed... Read More…
 
One HUGE step towards fluency is learning how to think directly in English. This will help you speak with fewer pauses and express yourself better! But many students say... “It’s too hard! “I don’t know enough English words!” “I need to think in my native language and translate.” "I'm not advanced enough to do that." Today I'm going to show you 4 s…
 
Do you know the difference between “making trouble” and “taking the trouble”? What about “having fun” and “making fun”? Today I’m going to clarify 20 confusing collocations with the words do, have, make, and take. The meaning often changes depending on which verb is used. If you want to remember these collocations better, I’d encourage you to try w…
 
Today, I am sitting down with online jewelry course creator Jessica Rose. Jessica has been teaching jewelry-making for over ten years through physical and online courses. Now fully online, Jessica shares her techniques for launching strong, planning and strategizing for the year, and how to sell and serve more to your existing customers. Enjoy!... …
 
Welcome to the final lesson in our pronunciation power-up mini-course! So far we’ve practiced 200 English words for jobs, food/drink, countries, and brand names – and I’ve saved the best for last. The theme of today’s lesson is difficult words to pronounce, so I’ve selected 50 of the words that English learners often find hard to say. If you’re ser…
 
Hi! It's day 4 of our Pronunciation Power-Up Mini-Course, and today's theme is brand names. Nowadays a lot of brands and companies are really big and well-known – so we’re going to practice pronouncing 50 of the biggest and most famous brand names. Remember, in your native language, you might pronounce these exact same names differently – because o…
 
Welcome to day 3 of our pronunciation power-up mini-course! Today we’re going to practice pronouncing the names of 50 countries in the world. Some of these might be similar to how they’re said in your native language, but others will NOT be the same, so pay close attention to any small pronunciation differences from what you might be used to. I rea…
 
Hi everyone! It’s day 2 of our pronunciation power-up mini-course, and today we’ll be practicing 50 words for food and drink. Remember - in order to get the most benefit out of these lessons, you need to actually SAY the words yourself. Don’t just watch... speak! Actually, if you want to challenge yourself even more, try listening and repeating wit…
 
Today I have the pleasure of sitting down to chat with podcast listener and super-niche course creator Neil Benson. Neil shares about his corporate background, how he became a course creator, his experience with B2B marketing, and why he uses LEGO to explain very complex concepts within his niche. We also discuss how Neil measures... Read More…
 
Hello and welcome to our Pronunciation Power-Up Mini-Course! We’re going to practice pronouncing 50 words a day for 5 days - a total of 250 words. This will give you a quick boost in your pronunciation. The #1 most important thing is for you to PARTICIPATE in these lessons by listening and repeating the words aloud. There's space in the video for y…
 
Next week I'm giving a FREE mini-course called "Pronunciation Power-Up!" In video games, a "power-up" is something that increases your skills quickly - and that's what we're going to do with your pronunciation :-) This 5-day mini-course will help you practice 250 words so you can pronounce them correctly and confidently. The mini-course will run fr…
 
When should you use the word drank and when should you use the word drunk? They are pronounced differently AND used differently! Today you'll learn how to use drank & drunk correctly. To learn more about confusing English words - how to understand them clearly and use them correctly - get my e-book called 600+ Confusing English Words Explained. It …
 
Welcome back to The Online Course Show! Today, I’m chatting with Amanda Overs. Amanda has been teaching others to make their own shoes for over ten years and recently launched her first online course. We discuss the importance of community, overcoming barriers, and learning to pivot. Enjoy! “If an idea just doesn’t work and I... Read More…
 
Learn 16 American English slang words and expressions about food and drink! Read the slang words and example sentences, listen to the pronunciation and repeat the words and sentences out loud to improve your English speaking. At the end of the lesson, try the quiz to test your understanding of these American slang words. Learn slang & informal Engl…
 
Some English phrasal verbs are easy to understand, like "give away" or "wake up." But others are hard to figure out - like beef up, fawn over, and wipe out! What do these phrasal verbs mean??? Let's have fun today by learning 10 interesting phrasal verbs! The problem with English textbooks is that they often teach you only the "basic" phrasal verbs…
 
On today’s episode, I’m sitting down to chat with Andrew Seguin about his online course success. Andrew is consistently making five-figures per month with his course. He shares his wisdom on using Facebook ads, fixing your mindset, and more. Did I mention that Andrew is only 18? There’s so much we can learn from this... Read More…
 
Do you feel like you keep forgetting what you learn in English? Maybe you study words and phrases and grammar… but then it doesn’t stick in your mind, and you can’t seem to remember things when you need to use them. So what can you do about this problem? How can you actually remember what you learn, so that it becomes part of your English and you c…
 
How am I organizing my workload and managing goals and objectives this year? That's the topic of today's episode, and I'm going to describe two practices I've adopted that are working well for me when it comes to planning and productivity. If you've struggled in the past with implementing complicated goal-setting systems, or with organizing the man…
 
Today we are sitting down to chat with Austin Netzley, author of From 6 to 7 Figures! Austin shares with us about his journey into entrepreneurship, practical steps for growing your business exponentially, and how his book and coaching programs can help online course creators like you. Enjoy! “ We can only rely on hustle... Read More…
 
Today we’re going to talk about the differences between the words review and revise. They’re used slightly differently in American English vs. British English. But by the end of the lesson you’ll understand clearly when to use each one. There are so many confusing words like this in the English language, and that’s why I wrote a book about them – i…
 
Sometimes students write to me and say “I need to learn English FAST.” Maybe they have a deadline, like “I’m starting a new job or taking a test two months from now, so I need to be fluent by then” or maybe they just don’t want to waste time; they want to reach their goal of fluency as quickly as possible. Is it possible to reach fluency fast? And …
 
In what is possibly the most requested interview in the history of this show, Phil Ebiner joins me today to chat about all things online course-related! Whether you’ve been looking forward to this for ages, or this is your first time hearing about how Phil is crushing it in the online course world, I think... Read More…
 
What’s the difference between homework and housework? These two words seem practically identical, but they actually have separate meanings and uses. I’ll explain in today’s lesson, so that you can be sure to use the right word. And at the end I’ll also tell you about a common mistake that English learners often make with homework and housework. Now…
 
It's past time for the year in review episode... and it's also been a whole year since I published anything at all on this podcast. The explanation is simple: 2020. Practically nothing more needs to be said, right? I know a few listeners have written in and said you've missed the Entrepreneurs in Motion podcast, and I've missed doing it! But this w…
 
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