Give the People What They Want

This post is part of my Write 31 Days Challenge series, based on results of the Online Christian Creative Survey.  Click here to see all posts in the series

More than 70% of Christian Creatives prefer to have course material delivered all at once so they can work at their own paceIf you are offering courses to help train and educate people, there are a lot of different ways you can deliver that course.  So we asked Christian Creatives about thee ways they learn most effectively.  Here are the top three ways:

  1.  Access to all material at once
  2. Video with associated notes and worksheets
  3. Downloadable e-book or workbook
  4. Mastermind group (4 – 8 people working on the material together)

For some material, it really may be best to control the rate that they work through the course.  Some material takes time to process through the brain, or there are activities that need to be done before the next lesson.  But for the most part, people want to be able to control the course at their own pace.

They also want ways to interactively process the information, either through written worksheets and workbooks, or with a group.


When offering a course, be sure to give your students plenty of ways to interact with you and the information.  Not only will they learn what you are teaching, but they will develop a closer relationship with you and be more likely to tell their friends about your amazing course.

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