In this action-packed training we’ll discuss:
- What is a take-action journal.
- How you and your audience can benefit.
- The five-step approach to designing a take-action journal for your audience.
- If inspired – please share a class review (optional yet appreciated.)
- You’ll find the handouts via the “class project” tab.
- Also – to make the most of this learning opportunity, share your class project. Great way to gain exposure on Skillshare and benefit from what you’ll learn in this class!
Here are the Five Steps We’ll Delve Into:
- Step One: Get crystal clear on who your niche audience is and what challenges they face.
- Step Two: Identify the solution you provide.
- Step Three: Discover the steps can you walk people through to help them achieve their goals.
- Step Four: Choose 3-4 things you’d like readers to journal about each day.
- Step Five: How having a take-action journal can benefit you and your audience.
What is a Take-Action Journal:
- A traditional journal typically has lined or blank pages for people to write in.
- A take-action journal is much more.
- You can guide people through a process and provide them with a way to track activity and results.
- This will allow them to accomplish a great deal while positioning you as an expert in your field.
Your journal can become a companion to your products and services, providing people with a blueprint to help them overcome challenges they are seeking solutions to. This can increase your customer testimonials and lead to future sales.
A take-action journal is in essence a cross between a laser-focused workbook or action guide and a guided journal experience, where readers track specific activities and results.