Pam Hendrickson Blog - The Power of Micro-Commitments

The Power of Micro-Commitments

As amazing as our eyes are, we all have a scotoma—or blind spot— where there are no photoreceptors in one small section of the retina. Because there are no cells to detect light on the optic disc in this area, the corresponding part of the field of vision is invisible. The good news, however, is Read More »

Pam Hendrickson Blog - Tips For Engagement

5 Tips to Boost Your Membership Site “Stick”

To be an effective membership site creator today, you need to be more than just a content provider—you need to be a teacherpreneur. Because to make sure your customers stick with your content for the long-term, you have to act as creator, coach, advocate AND mentor.

Pam Hendrickson Blog - My Top 10 Secrets to Make Your Product Creation Process Easier, Faster and More Effective

My Top 10 Secrets to Make Your Product Creation Process Easier, Faster and More Effective

Sometimes in life, business and sports, intangibles make all of the difference. I recently stumbled upon a New York Times story about Peyton Manning (who is on my greatest quarterback pedestal along with of course, my NFL hero, Tom Brady) and Ryan Leaf. You may remember that Manning and Leaf were drafted as the 1-2 Read More »

Pam Hendrickson Blog - Course Creation Hack: 5 Elements of Successful Course Design

Course Creation Hack: 5 Elements of Successful Course Design

If you know me, you know how much I love e-learning (online training)—not just because I have a passion for it—but because it gets results: The Research Institute of America found that e-learning increases retention rates 25 percent to 60 percent v. 8 percent to 10 percent retention rates for face-to-face training. IBM found that participants learned nearly five times more material (without Read More »