There’s a fresh video posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for 12 weeks. Each video will describe a single concept, prompt you to do a simple exercise, and discuss your findings in a dedicated Slack channel
You will get a notification from Slack each time a new video goes live. One of the reasons I chose Slack for The Pricing Seminar was its fine-grained control over notifications. You are encouraged to install the native Slack app on your phone and configure the notification settings to your liking.
I put together a welcome video to orient participants to the The Pricing Seminar Slack community. You can watch it here to get an idea of how things work once you’re inside.
Yes. During the first four weeks of the seminar, participate in at least ten discussions. Watch the videos, respond to posts and consistently post your own work. If you don’t think the Seminar is worth more than what you invested, drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of that first month and I’ll give you a full refund.
Yes, the video content and discussion community will be available for 12 weeks after the session ends. Also, the videos are easily downloadable so you can view them at any time in the future. After a total of 24 weeks, the Slack room will be shut down.
We will skip the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas. You are welcome to engage in the Slack room during these weeks but lessons will not be released.
Yes. Once you register, you will receive an email with an invite link to the TPS Slack room. From there on out, you will not get updates via email. All discussion and notifications will take place in Slack.
Yes, you can fully participate from your phone or tablet. In order to minimize the dropout rate that is common to online learning experiences, I have taken pains to make the seminar easy to access and participate in from anywhere on any device.
Naturally, it’s fine for you to share what you learn (e.g., breakthroughs, insights, concepts) with your team.
But if you want your team members to view the videos or to see the discussion threads in Slack, I would request that they sign up and participate in the seminar.
For everyone’s convenience, I have not put the videos behind a login. I have also made it easy to download the videos because quite a few people are on slow / expensive internet connections that make streaming prohibitive.
I recognize that this leaves me vulnerable to piracy and theft, but that’s a risk that I’m willing to take. I trust that people will do the right thing.
No problem! Just shoot me an email at email@example.com and I’ll be happy to answer personally.
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