Ready to become an online learning entrepreneur on fire? In this podcast interview, John Sweeney of Academy of Mine and I cover a range of the topics that are central to Leading the Learning Revolution. It’s been a while since I have had a solid discussion with anyone about most of this stuff, and I found myself really re-energized after listening to the recording. The opportunities in the learning economy are huge. Listen in, and then make your plans to launch.
After a long pause, I am back with a new episode of the Learning Revolution podcast. In this one, the tables are turned, and instead of me interviewing someone, I get interviewed by Bryan Kelly of Association Mavens. We talk about how the Learning Revolution is impacting trade and professional associations, and in the process, highlight many of the key points from the book.
While associations are the focus of this episode, I’ll stress that the topics covered really apply to any of the audiences for the Leading the Learning Revolution – speakers, trainers, consultants, businesses interested in educational content marketing.
Finally, I’ll note that this is the final episode of the podcast. Having started it primarily as a way to publish the interviews I did for the book, I’ve decided that it has pretty much run its course. If you have not listened to earlier episodes, I certainly encourage you to do that. I also encourage you to subscribe (or stay subscribed), as I plan to announce a new podcast via this platform at some point in the not too distant future.
In the meantime, pop in those earbuds or slap on those head phones and listen in to the interview with Bryan Kelly.