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Become a Digital Nomad: The Ultimate Travel Hack

Travel Full-Time By Working from Anywhere & Earning a Great Income

By Dreams Around the World | in Online Courses

If you've dreamt about unshackling yourself from your desk, this course is for you. Set up a remote job, business, or source of passive income to make a great living from anywhere and finance your globetrotting adventures. You'll also learn handy tips and tricks to maximize your traveling experiences, including how to budget for travel, meet people abroad, and much more.

  • Access 53 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Master travel hacks & business strategies to become location independent
  • Choose your income source: freelancing, starting a business or earning passive income
  • Learn how to meet people abroad, learn languages, seek co-working spaces, etc.
  • Budget your money to maximize your traveling opportunities
  • Learn from the instructor's own experiences as a digital nomad

Instructor

Dan Johnston is a full-time writer, business trainer, and coach. In 2010, he owned his own business and worked toward the dream of “making it”, sacrificing friendships, health, family and travel opportunities in the process. That was until his business imploded and left him broke, at which point he turned to freelance writing instead of looking for a conventional full-time job. Using the same strategies he teaches in his courses, he was able to generate a full-time income within his first few months of freelance writing--and went on to travel the world while continuing his career.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime access
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Bonus Content & Extras
    • How To Go Through This Course
    • My Story - 6:39
    • The Dream: What is Location Independence? - 3:13
    • Travel Anxiety - It's Normal (Filmed in Berlin) - 3:18
    • You Can Do It! So, Just Do It! - 2:20
    • Our Objectives + Expectations - 6:13
    • If You Only Have An Hour - 5:49
    • Video Formats In This Course (Quick Watch) - 2:29
    • Free Email Course: Business Take Off Training
  • The Freedom Zone and M5 Freedom Framework
    • Getting Started: Lifestyle Design and What's Possible For You - 7:58
    • The Freedom Zone - 7:19
    • How To Interact and Provide Feedback In This Course - 2:08
    • Freedom Zone Exercise - 7:38
    • The M5 Framework - 4:59
    • The M5 Framework Exercise - 7:40
  • Your Path To Location Independence - Business, Job, Freelancing?
    • How To Get Started - The Best Income Route For Beginners - 4:21
    • Freelancing vs Starting a "Business" vs "Passive" Income - 5:36
    • 10 Great Freelance Opportunities For Location Independent Income - 13:13
  • M1 - Mindset
    • The Location Independent Mindset - 5:37
    • Good Karma - 1:31
    • Values Mindset - 8:19
  • M2 - Money
    • Banking and Moving Money (Save $1000+ in your first year) - 15:17
    • Update Sept 2015 - Moving Money + Banking
    • Budgeting: How Much Do You Need? - 4:48
  • M3 - Mobility
    • Accommodation, Housing, and Paying Local Rates: Avoid The Tourist Traps + Save - 10:20
    • Phone Systems, Communication and Staying in Touch - 7:06
    • Essential Apps and Tools - 5:10
    • Travel Prep: Pre-Flight Checklist - 6:09
    • Travel Prep: Safety and Security Considerations and Preparations - 16:30
    • Getting The Best Flight Prices and Finding Inspiring (and cheap) Flights
  • M4 - Marketing
    • Strength Based Marketing: An Introduction - 17:30
    • Get More Clients! Marketing Options While Location Independent - 17:46
    • How To Keep Your Clients Happy While You Travel - 5:56
  • M5 - Mastery
    • Developing a Social Life + Meeting People Abroad - 7:11
    • Language Learning - Duolingo and Audio Courses - 5:29
    • Co-Working Spaces - 8:20
    • Staying Healthy and Fit While Bouncing Around The Globe
  • Bonus Videos: Inspiring Videos Shot On Location (Excuse The Quality)
    • Read First
    • How To Have Faith in Yourself (Church Tower, Split, Croatia) - 5:28
    • What Are You Willing To Sacrifice? (Croatian Coast) - 2:08
    • Your Path, The Dip, and Becoming The Best (Abandoned Ghost Town, Croatia) - 5:16
    • Must You Speak The Local Language? (Filmed in Malaga, Spain) - 1:41
    • Business Opportunities + Getting Started (Kotor Montenegró) - 5:03
  • Videos From The Road - A Sneak Peek At Life Living Abroad (Personal Videos)
    • Read First
    • First Few Weeks In Costa Rica - 6:24
    • Lifestyle Design Insights on Courage and Big Decisions - 4:21
    • Picking The Right City For You (Berlin Rooftop) - 3:15
    • What Should Your 20s Be About...and More Random Life Thoughts and Advice - 8:27
    • Apartment Tour in Costa Rica (Part One) - 4:38
    • Apartment Tour Continued, plus Cost of Living + Quality of Life - 5:12
    • First Impressions Living In Bologna Italy, and Adjusting To A New Place - 10:44
  • Requests and Suggestions
    • Content Requests

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Travel Hacking Mastery: Fly Around the World for Cheap

Catch a Flight to Any Destination Without Breaking the Bank

By Abroaders | in Online Courses

No longer will you wistfully daydream about jet-setting to your dream locale, whether it be Asia, Latin America or beyond. From signing up for the best travel rewards credit cards to circumventing annual card fee payments, you'll learn the secrets to flying anywhere on the cheap from instructors who are themselves experienced travel hackers.

  • Book free flights using airline loyalty points w/ 6 hours of content
  • Sign up for the best travel rewards credit cards
  • Get your credit card apps approved
  • Have banks waive your annual credit card fees
  • Maintain a stellar credit score
  • Pay less while traveling more

Instructor

Jasper Ribbers and Erik Paquet both have a wealth of knowledge and experience on the topic of travel hacking. Jasper has been traveling full-time for over five years and has flown around the world one year without paying for a single flight, using frequent flyer points. Erik runs an online business that manages clients award point portfolios. He has helped thousands of people earn free flights and free upgrades to business and first class flights.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime access
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Instructor Introductions: Why Learn From Us?
    • Read This First!
    • Industry Overview: Why There is so Much Opportunity
    • Content Overview: This is What You Will Learn
  • Understanding Credit
    • Introduction and Content Overview
    • Introduction to Sustainable Credit Managment
    • Understanding your Credit Score & Credit Report
    • The Real Impact of Opening and Closing Accounts
    • Improving your Credit Score
    • Credit Management Resources
  • Cards & Points
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • Types of Points
    • Ways to Earn Points
    • Credit Card Signup Offers
    • Credit Card Products
  • Application Principles
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • Pre-Application Review
    • Getting the Right Mix of Banks and Points
    • Intro to Business Card Applications
    • Executing Applications
    • Requesting Reconsideration
    • Reconsideration Call 1: Delta Gold Business
    • Reconsideration Call 2: AMEX Business Gold
    • Tracking your Application Data
  • Credit Card Account Management
    • Introduction and Content Overview
    • Payment Automation and Account Monitoring
    • Managing Credit Card Spend (Part I)
    • Managing Credit Card Spend (Part II)
    • Annual Fee Negotiations
    • Executing Annual Fee Negotiations
    • Annual Fee Negotiating Call 1: 10K Extra Points
    • Annual Fee Negotiating Call 2: Annual Fee Waived + Extra Points
    • Annual Fee Negotiating Call 3: Card Downgraded to No-Fee Card
  • Credit Card Benefits
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • Cardmember Bill of Rights
    • Price Protection, Purchase Protection and Extended Warranty
    • Travel Insurance
    • Airline and Hotel Benefits
    • Miscellaneous Benefits
  • Loyalty Account Management
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • Setting up Award Wallet
    • Preventing Your Points From Expiring
    • Portfolio Management Principles
    • Maximizing Program Benefits
  • Airlines
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • Alliances and Non-Alliance Partnerships
    • Routes & Hubs
    • Understanding Lounge Access
    • Avoiding Fuel Surcharges
  • Loyalty Programs
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • General Program Rules
    • Award Availability
    • Partner Awards
    • Award Pricing
    • Routing Rules
    • Booking Rules
    • Transferable Currency Rules
    • Key Takeaways: Loyalty Programs (Coming soon)
  • Booking Award Tickets
    • Introduction & Content Overview
    • Where to find Award Availability
    • Basic Research Strategies
    • Advanced Research Strategies
    • Seat Research
    • Post Confirmation Checklist
    • Congratulations!
  • Bonuses
    • Bonus 1: Get any of my other courses for $10!

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The Abroaders Guide to Points & Miles

Take the Hassle (& Much of the Cost) Out of Traveling with These Expert Tips

By Abroaders | in Online Courses

It's no secret that traveling is expensive, but there are ways to take advantage of rewards and loyalty programs to improve the quality and frequency of your vacations. Banks, airlines, and frequent flyer programs have created a huge opportunity for savvy travelers to reduce the cost of flights by 90%. In this fast track course, you'll get expert help in picking the right rewards cards, making the most efficient plans, and building the perfect strategy to save on not just your next trip, but every one to come.

  • Access 31 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Build & maintain healthy credit
  • Choose the right travel loyalty programs
  • Earn points from your everyday spending
  • Find & book flights with points

Instructor

Erik Paquet and AJ Dunn have been helping travelers earn and redeem points for travel since 2011. Their company, Abroaders, manages over 100 million frequent flyer points and books hundreds of international flights each year.

Erik and AJ also host of one of the the top-rated travel podcasts on iTunes. Each Wednesday, the Abroaders Travel Podcast covers the latest news and strategies for earning and redeeming loyalty points.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Welcome to the Course (3:57)
    • Who Can Benefit (3:59)
    • How It Works (2:46)
    • About This Course (2:53)
  • Fast Track
    • Welcome to the Fast Track (2:12)
    • Create Your Abroaders Account (7:20)
    • Card Recommendations (1:33)
    • Booking Fast Track (2:50)
    • After You Apply (2:25)
  • Earning Points
    • Introduction to the Banks (4:02)
    • Types of Points (9:58)
    • Ways to Earn Points (10:30)
    • Tracking Your Points (3:02)
    • Your Credit Score (5:47)
    • Checking Your Credit Report (2:21)
    • Rewards Credit Cards (11:15)
    • Signup Offers (11:35)
    • Application Rules (9:56)
    • Applying for Cards (8:45)
    • Getting Applications Approved (8:16)
  • Redeeming Points
    • Program Basics (8:25)
    • Partnerships and Alliances (5:15)
    • Award Pricing 1 (13:20)
    • Award Pricing 2 (8:03)
    • Booking Rules (14:25)
    • Transferrable Programs (10:44)
    • Taxes and Fuel Surcharges (8:08)
    • Starting Your Search (15:20)
    • Where to Search (11:33)
    • Getting a Free Award Nexus Account (1:25)
    • Advanced Strategies (8:27)

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Chinese Made Easy: Understand 65% of Chinese In 10 Hours

Learn to Read, Write & Speak Mandarin Chinese at an Intermediate Level

By Domino Chinese | in Online Courses

Dive into Mandarin Chinese with this premium course: you’ll begin with instruction as to the basics of reading, writing, and speaking Chinese, then progress through lessons of increasing difficulty until you've finally mastered Chinese at an intermediate level.

  • Understand 65% of the Chinese language w/ over 10 hours of content
  • Recognize the most essential 350 Chinese characters
  • Read & write in Chinese at an intermediate level
  • Have a conversation about practically anything
  • Gain valuable insights as to China & its culture

Instructor

Domino Chinese is the first foreign-run Mandarin Chinese teaching company with a completely new approach to teaching Chinese. Its courses are constructed by foreigners for foreigners, and draw upon the extensive experience of its Chinese teachers, relying upon entertaining videos aimed both to instruct and to engage viewers.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Welcome to your new self!
    • Links
    • Lesson 1-4 Vocab
    • WCC CHINESE FLASHCARDS
  • Lesson 5 - Growing up
    • An introduction to beautiful things (1:23)
    • A grown-up 人
    • Darren can play football like an adult (1:06)
    • Don't mind the little tones (1:28)
    • The fish are too small (2:15)
    • Embrace the Chinese mentality (1:28)
    • Watch out – a knife! (0:39)
    • Machete. A big knife. (0:16)
    • Thou not you (1:39)
    • 亻 (0:30)
    • You and you (2:25)
    • Who is really 中国人? (1:11)
    • 女 the yoga women (2:28)
    • Think... (0:29)
    • This is how the women do it (0:39)
    • Same same but different (1:19)
    • Santa's sleigh (2:35)
    • Also, eitherway... (1:45)
    • The sound from the streets (0:22)
    • 她 (0:22)
    • A Woman is Also a She (1:06)
    • Who 也是中国人? (0:21)
    • 你妳他她 (2:09)
    • Just going crazy with “things” (2:10)
    • Three full on sentences! (0:36)
    • Ask your teacher (1:40)
    • Reviewing that excites (4:52)
    • Extra Material - 5
    • Vocab 5
  • Lesson 6 - More measure-tape needed!
    • Intro lesson 6 (1:10)
    • 'The measure word' (6:17)
    • Tree people and an umbrella (4:17)
    • Three and a half doors (0:48)
    • A door opening (0:41)
    • Felix hymning soundtracks (2:13)
    • WE ARE FAMILY (1:06)
    • Just like the spaniards like it (0:57)
    • Adventures in Laos
    • Reviewing that excites
    • Extra Material lesson 6
    • Vocab 6
  • Lesson 7
    • Intro lesson 7 (1:10)
    • A severed man (2:31)
    • 8 sons (2:28)
    • Proud Beijing local (2:11)
    • A Chinese pirate (2:28)
    • A baby trapped in a box (1:40)
    • A little Chinese child (1:40)
    • This is a real son (1:08)
    • Young, cute and blonde (2:24)
    • Den lilla prinsen (1:59)
    • It's a beautiful day! (1:57)
    • Watch out, a knife! (0:20)
    • 小 unchained (2:52)
    • They have also realised it now, we think.
    • Fast and furious 14?
    • This is how you pick up Chinese girls
    • Lack of 'ok' (0:46)
    • Lack of '是'
    • Another proof he is superman (1:32)
    • 好 is so useful (1:39)
    • Hello everybody! (1:05)
    • Reviewing that excites (4:28)
    • Extra Material - 7
    • Vocab 7
  • Lesson 8
    • Intro lesson 8 (1:00)
    • Baywatch is back!
    • Mum horse pairing (1:16)
    • My hero (0:59)
    • Big mums
    • This is how I was raised
    • Mum could never... or? (1:31)
    • A questionable horse (1:56)
    • 好吗 (0:57)
    • How you doin'? (0:28)
    • The fundamentals of a conversation
    • Mindmap 马 (1:51)
    • Reviewing that excites (3:51)
    • Extra Material 8
    • Vocab 8
    • Story time - Chapter 2
  • Lesson 9 - What do you call a dead man?
    • Let's talk!
    • Intro lesson 9 (0:32)
    • 叫 (3:15)
    • The sad, sad story about shi (0:55)
    • 十 (1:21)
    • A fundamental rule (1:04)
    • Big comes first (1:49)
    • Tongue twister
    • Don't cry for me argentina (2:24)
    • A lot of important stuff (4:42)
    • A pure dialogue (0:21)
    • Reviewing that excites (2:06)
    • Extra Material 9
    • Vocab lesson 9
  • Lesson 10 - The world's most famous character
    • Intro lesson 10 (0:25)
    • Something wrapping (1:35)
    • A slowmo drop of water (2:20)
    • Speaking is wrapping up words in your mouth
    • Ignorance of measure words (3:08)
    • Cute dog (1:35)
    • GO! Go! Aport!
    • Puppy (0:48)
    • The number one character! (1:32)
    • National belongingship (2:01)
    • Whose puppy? (3:36)
    • 的的的的的 (0:50)
    • I'm proud of you (2:55)
    • 是的 (0:51)
    • Destroying words
    • Mindmap 的 (1:57)
    • Reviewing that excites (3:11)
    • Extra Material 10 (0:31)
    • Vocab Lesson 10
  • Lesson 11 - Work, Love, Open
    • Intro 11 (1:18)
    • A heart with three drops (1:53)
    • Reporting from a toilet
    • In the middle of your heart (1:37)
    • A trapped heart (2:01)
    • 您 (4:41)
    • 怕 (0:35)
    • A pale heart must be scared (1:58)
    • I'm scared of my dad (1:36)
    • An ugly handdrawn mindmap (1:57)
    • Kai, a good guy
    • Hit things to open them
    • Pure evil
    • Why is Ann so sad?
    • Opposite poles
    • Suddenly you just fall
    • How
    • Just like what?!
    • How does one do this?
    • A working tool (1:14)
    • The worker with the yellow hat (0:54)
    • Get up and start making
    • 工作 (1:38)
    • Weekdays or working days...
    • Reviewing that excites
    • Extra Material 11
    • Vocab 11
  • Lesson 12 - Yesterday, today and even tomorrow
    • Intro 12 (0:33)
    • 天 (2:40)
    • 天天 (3:35)
    • All my problems seem so far away... (2:35)
    • Sailormoon (1:17)
    • 一月
    • 一月一日
    • Imagine if this was the world
    • Obviously...
    • Fantastic (1:27)
    • When it's clear we understand (1:35)
    • Weird Chinese expressions
    • Reviewing that excites
    • Extra Material 12
    • Vocab 12
    • Chapter 3 - The Dumpling Stranger
  • Lesson 13 - Forking Your Chinese Friends
    • Intro 13 (0:41)
    • A rapping Chinese teacher
    • Stab yourself with your left hand (1:57)
    • An uncomfortable foreigner in a Chinese restaurant
    • Why does Felix have a lid on his head? (3:18)
    • Civilized buses
    • Preserve a culture through your language
    • This is how I eat
    • Constant mismeasuring (3:07)
    • Dui like a foreigner (2:04)
    • Two moons (1:24)
    • He's got a gun!
    • Just like the moon
    • Cute Chinese girl! (1:03)
    • Small, tiny friend (1:24)
    • Reviewing that excites! (3:28)
    • Extra Material 13
    • Vocab 13
  • Lesson 14 - Turn Right All The Way To Uruguay
    • Intro 14 (0:37)
    • You eat with your right hand (4:23)
    • Stalking buses (3:51)
    • A man on both your sides (2:07)
    • 有 (2:33)
    • I want my 勺子!
    • 有 can be really useful
    • So that's what a Chinese hand looks like
    • So that's what a claw looks like (0:39)
    • The roof is on fire (1:53)
    • Love makes your friends crazy
    • A proposal (0:52)
    • Super affection ... who?
    • Mel Gibson (1:17)
    • So much 爱国心 here (1:19)
    • Without the Country (1:31)
    • 我的爱好是。。。
    • Just 'cause mind maps are so pretty (4:03)
    • Reviewing that excites
    • Extra Material 14
    • Vocab 14
  • Lesson 15 - Everywhere and Everything
    • Intro 15 (0:40)
    • Chinese traffic jam
    • Bumping in to girls
    • The deal with the 这 (1:30)
    • Such an independent day (1:33)
    • Bumpy Road
    • A close-up
    • That thing...
    • Swinging in a park
    • A common question (2:35)
    • The son instead of 个 (1:40)
    • Ann is lost...
    • She's here! (0:38)
    • 那儿 (1:01)
    • Ann is lost...again
    • again...
    • Mapping it up (2:57)
    • Hesitant-speech-disorder
    • Reviewing that excites (2:52)
    • Extra Material 15
    • Vocab 15
  • Lesson 16 - I Know Ugly People
    • Intro 16
    • Earth like the earth (1:19)
    • Look at that poor man (1:10)
    • Full-grown men crawling on the floor
    • Everything that has to do with the ground (1:11)
    • A ninja (3:57)
    • 在 + verb
    • 在 + 是 (4:50)
    • A ninja both here and there...
    • Don't do like Felix did (2:18)
    • Ugly People (2:10)
    • Face painting
    • Words... (1:43)
    • Something challenging (3:26)
    • A nice dialogue
    • A common verb and a common phrase (5:02)
    • 小说 (0:53)
    • Sign language
    • Two relaxed people
    • 国语 (1:34)
    • What are you talking about?
    • Mind-mapping (1:20)
    • Strong ants
    • Sooo few (1:01)
    • There is actually only... (1:35)
    • I don't know you, I'm sorry. (2:36)
    • Nice to meet you, bai!
    • Reviewing that excites
    • Extra Material 16
    • Vocab 16
    • Story Time Chapter 4 - Taking Care of the Americans
  • All the good stuff
    • Yes you did it!

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Chinese Made Easy L2: Understand 79% of Chinese in 10 Hours

Gain Advanced Mandarin Chinese Skills with 10+ Hours of Instruction

By Domino Chinese | in Online Courses

If you're raring to travel to China or any country where Mandarin Chinese is the dominant language, this course has you covered. Continue your immersion into the Chinese language with lessons on grammar, vocabulary, slang, and more in order to take your Chinese skills to the next level.

  • Build upon your Chinese skills w/ over 10 hours of content
  • Consolidate your grasp of Chinese grammar
  • Learn phrases you can use in everyday conversation
  • Be able to talk about many common subjects

Instructor

Domino Chinese is the first foreign-run Mandarin Chinese teaching company with a completely new approach to teaching Chinese. Its courses are constructed by foreigners for foreigners, and draw upon the extensive experience of its Chinese teachers, relying upon entertaining videos aimed both to instruct and to engage viewers.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Important prewords
    • Level 1 Vocab
    • Welcome to genuine excitement!
    • WCC CHINESE FLASHCARDS
  • Chapter 1 EUREKA
    • Introduction that excites (0:29)
    • But the butt (1:16)
    • But Dan... (2:30)
    • So much dan (3:00)
    • "She knows too much, something has to be done" (2:16)
    • A naked Swede
    • Chinese and Ancient Greek have a lot of commonground (3:44)
    • Devote yourself to the “了” (4:35)
    • Ann's here! (1:13)
    • "Train-speed" (5:08)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (2:09)
  • Lesson 2
    • Introduction that excites (1:01)
    • Where the 了 belongs (5:32)
    • Omnipotent Ann (2:38)
    • Feeling a bit starved
    • No have! (1:53)
    • There's no coke! (1:28)
    • There shall be no change of state (2:58)
    • I don't want to hit it anymore
    • No need la!
    • Beauty and the Felix
    • Isn't our little 了 useful? (3:27)
    • 快。。。了 (3:40)
    • Soon, cause it's quick (2:34)
    • We want all your kuai! (1:44)
    • Quick bamboo sticks (2:20)
    • The choppers! (0:47)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (3:51)
  • Lesson 3
    • Introduction that excites (1:03)
    • Just too much la
    • So expensive! (0:48)
    • A Chinese shop
    • 太bright了! (1:59)
    • Felix's family (vintage video)
    • Eye
    • Belittling with your eyes
    • She's my goal
    • Ann throws powder
    • Tintin likes staring (1:00)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (2:54)
  • Lesson 4
    • Introduction that excites (0:55)
    • Son under table
    • Felix is gone
    • 见 (2:34)
    • Lovely Chinese people and mushrooms
    • 再 Hasta la vista! (2:16)
    • Die in hell! And see you later!
    • Useful measure word
    • 次 (1:46)
    • Now the king can be seen! (1:46)
    • Now, in the name of the king (0:43)
    • Ann on the hunt for Swedish boys
    • Taxi Chinese!
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (3:59)
  • Lesson 5
    • Introduction that excites (1:15)
    • 住 (3:14)
    • The (land)lord hosts you (0:53)
    • Where do you live?
    • Roof (0:58)
    • Our beloved Ann! (0:57)
    • Tiananmen
    • 全 (2:05)
    • Ann the pig
    • All of me, loves all of - this country (0:37)
    • I'd like all of it thank you!
    • 安全wrap
    • In a car... (0:18)
    • What do we wrap with? (0:26)
    • Chillin' in a shop
    • Stupid Swede
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (3:23)
  • Lesson 6
    • Introduction that excites (1:06)
    • Family Mart
    • Meet the Lattmans! (0:26)
    • 家 (2:15)
    • Big family (1:08)
    • Creativity comes from home
    • My country (1:16)
    • Return to sender (1:45)
    • Home is safe (0:42)
    • I'm coming home, I'm coming home! (0:44)
    • Longer sentences (1:16)
    • To answer
    • Can I ask you for a kiss?
    • Forcing kisses. That's true love
    • Unexpected...
    • Question time!
    • It's ok. I'm fine.
    • slapping and excusing
    • A very useful verb (3:42)
    • You just saved a celebrity! (1:17)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good
  • Lesson 7
    • Introduction that excites (1:16)
    • Pi from the west
    • Everyone wants a woman from the west (2:36)
    • So much action and blood
    • 要不要! (0:59)
    • The moons wants it badly (1:36)
    • Only ants (1:56)
    • oooh (0:42)
    • Tissue
    • 认识 (0:31)
    • Soooooo nice to meet you!
    • 车 station (2:05)
    • Hit them all!
    • Different kinds of 车 (0:38)
    • Horse car (0:28)
    • Many different ways of taking a cab (1:26)
    • Hit it some more
    • East as well
    • Stuff :)
    • My big dongdong (0:20)
    • All directions
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (4:41)
  • Lesson 8
    • Introduction that excites (0:47)
    • I would 走 500 miles (1:00)
    • Let's 走 (2:58)
    • Let's 走
    • 走 VS 去 (0:37)
    • Walk slowly
    • Get away! (0:32)
    • In China things are up-side-down
    • Wife?
    • Rise up (0:50)
    • Stand united (1:38)
    • Useful sentences (3:40)
    • Gen, a very useful word
    • 跟 :)
    • Chinese metros
    • Opponent
    • Solly!
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (3:50)
  • Lesson 9
    • Introduction that excites (1:19)
    • Resultative verbs. What a great invention!
    • 到 is also a resultative verb (1:58)
    • Oohh that's useful! (1:25)
    • That makes so much sense!
    • 到 and Dong. So far these two are great supplements (3:19)
    • Ann isn't blind. (0:48)
    • Another resultative verb! (1:34)
    • 找 (5:06)
    • So much looking
    • Take not arrive
    • Thin gold (3:01)
    • So much qian
    • We try so hard to be funny
    • 钱 in abundance
    • A money conversation (1:55)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (4:19)
  • Lesson 10
    • Introduction that excites (0:40)
    • A new "de"
    • Adverbs (0:46)
    • Ann is too quick
    • Flexible Chinese
    • Speak?
    • Ooh (0:56)
    • Claws (1:21)
    • Another resultative verb! (1:02)
    • Bumping...
    • Basketballing
    • Describing sports (5:20)
    • Repeating yourself. The way to success! (1:54)
    • Great sentence! (1:09)
    • Less robotic (2:01)
    • Now you know enough.
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (4:16)
  • Lesson 11
    • Introduction that excites (0:54)
    • Witch-crafting
    • Stand up and divine
    • You stand up and stations (2:56)
    • Too difficult for Felix (1:01)
    • Vehicle station (1:03)
    • A very exciting character! (1:56)
    • Off and On
    • Advanced Chinese (3:38)
    • Question time! (0:13)
    • Next, subsequent (1:02)
    • Making it even better (1:33)
    • Start writing already! (2:12)
    • Chinese metro
    • This course is all about learning to admire yourself (1:07)
    • Last time (1:04)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (4:02)
  • Lesson 12
    • Introduction that excites (0:33)
    • The city on water
    • On a horse! (0:39)
    • Get on the hose and let's hurry!
    • 在。。。preposition (2:20)
    • Felix wandering the house (1:36)
    • Scarecrows (0:59)
    • Soooo early (0:42)
    • Good Morning China!
    • Country, I'm coming home
    • Big to small
    • Late
    • Good morning, evening and good night
    • 明早 (1:06)
    • What happened last night?
    • Light represents now (2:07)
    • 今天
    • Tiananmen excursion
    • Safely into the night
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good (3:55)
  • Lesson 13
    • Introduction that excites
    • Yearly (1:14)
    • Just like 天 (0:50)
    • Past year, the one that left us (2:12)
    • 去年
    • 午 (3:10)
    • In the midst of it (0:56)
    • Falling noon (1:11)
    • With a little help from my friends
    • All around the clock
    • Swedes falling from trees
    • Too cool for ghosts
    • Scared to death!
    • Repetition makes polite (2:24)
    • So polite
    • Just a bit
    • Be a bit
    • Makes things into verbs
    • 等一下
    • Just in a bit
    • Wait or soon
    • See you soon
    • And so on (0:48)
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good
  • Lesson 14
    • Introduction that excites (1:06)
    • To people in love
    • Just sit already
    • We fit a bus into our studio!
    • Everyone's favorite month
    • Hit sit
    • Out there's a fire!
    • 出口
    • Come out of that darkness
    • Crumbs of bread
    • An unexpected ending
    • Almost 人
    • Fields of gold
    • Tired, tired of
    • Tired to death
    • WEEEEEEI
    • Inside
    • Now I'll always know where you are. Just like our government.
    • A southern version
    • 哪里哪里
    • Chinese slang
    • Pure ignorance
    • WAI!?
    • Just like an alien
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good
  • Lesson 15
    • Introduction that excites
    • On the noodle side
    • Eastern and Western culture aren't too far apart after all
    • place+noodle
    • The inside noodle
    • Almost everywhere
    • Against me
    • Just to make sure
    • Right on your right
    • Opposite the house
    • The horse changes positions a lot
    • Go away!
    • Eat that apple!
    • No hungry. No want to eat.
    • Very can eat-able
    • Small eat
    • Food/Rice it's all the same
    • So weird! Excellent!
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good
  • Lesson 16
    • Introduction that excites
    • More food!
    • 肉 so much meat
    • An actual sheep
    • 不可以这样说!
    • Eating in Chinese
    • Who's the most cow?
    • Almost a bird
    • Your chicken is so cool
    • A public apology
    • Now you can read a menu
    • Fish is not meat
    • Hit the fish
    • To go fishing
    • Reviewing that makes you feel good
    • End of Level 2

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Start a Business & Travel the World In 30 Days

Travel Full-Time By Working from Anywhere & Earning a Great Income

By Grant Weherley | in Online Courses

Fed up with the 9-to-5 life? Don't just quit your job in a blaze of glory--do it with a plan for successfully setting up your next income source. You'll avoid making common mistakes of starting a business, work from anywhere, live affordably on your new income, and more, freeing you to travel the world unencumbered.

  • Access 31 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the 6 most common mistakes of starting a business
  • Understand the 3 phases of entrepreneurship
  • Identify your suitable income source: freelancing, starting a business, etc.
  • Finance your mobile lifestyle & live affordably
  • Learn from interviews w/ experts
  • Become location independent

Instructor

Grant Weherley is a world-traveling entrepreneur. He has founded several companies, been a marketing consultant for international brands, and is an author of two popular books, Tame Your ADHD Brain and Break The System. He is passionate about helping people grow their business and improve their lives, and has been able to help tens of thousands of students and clients across 6 continents. Besides helping people build their business, he also helps them establish total location independence, freeing them to travel the world and live life on their own terms.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
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  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Instant Bonuses
    • Get My Free Ebook Here
    • The 24 best tools to build your online business
    • Bonus expert interviews at MYE Podcast
  • Launch Your First Business and Travel the World
    • How to Use this Course
    • What You Will Achieve - 4:18
    • Stories of Successful Traveling Entrepreneurs - 4:29
    • What Complete Freedom Really Looks Like - 2:10
    • How This Will Impact Your Life - 2:41
    • Why Should You Care What I Think? - 1:46
  • The 6 Most Common Business Mistakes That Result in Failure
    • Massive Mistake #1 - The Good Idea Fallacy - 3:26
    • Massive Mistake #2 - The Get Rich Quick Mistake - 6:16
    • Massive Mistake #3 - Startup vs Business - 4:16
    • Massive Mistake #4 - Not Understanding the Sliding Scale of Business Models - 7:36
    • Massive Mistake #5a - Be Prepared for Other's Misconceptions! - 3:44
    • Massive Mistake #5b - The Misconceptions You Have Right Now! - 3:30
    • Masive Mistake #6 - Failures of Common Frameworks - 5:57
    • Full Case Study - 9:46
  • How to Get Started Tomorrow
    • How to Quit Your Job and Travel The World Tomorrow - 12:43
    • The Difference Between Freelancing and Productized Services
    • The Formula for Financing Your Mobile Lifestyle - 14:18
    • Where in the World Could You Afford to Live?
    • Exactly How I Would Start Over if I Lost Everything
    • The Thousand Day Rule - 8:41
    • Top Resources to Start Your Business and Travel the World
  • Interviews with the Experts
    • Founder of FusionHQ on P's and Pitfalls
    • Part 1: $50k per MONTH as a High School Dropout
    • Part 2: $50k per MONTH as a High School Dropout
    • Rob Cubbon: Freelancing and Content Publishing - 45:37
    • Interview with Johnny FD: Dropshipping - 45:37
    • Nick Chi: Beginning with Passion - 23:17
    • Interview with Natalie Jay - Business Opportunities while Traveling

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Spanish 1-4: Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate & Advanced

Achieve Total Spanish Mastery & Travel with Ease with Help from This Comprehensive Course

By Sean Martin | in Online Courses

This is a comprehensive course for the serious Spanish student, jam-packed with a whopping 323 videos spanning over 109 hours of content. You'll work your way through lessons encompassing 4 levels of increasing difficulty, building the speaking, reading, and writing skills necessary to master Spanish like a pro.

  • Completely master Spanish w/ over 109 hours of content
  • Progress through lessons comprising 4 levels of increasing difficulty
  • Master the intricacies of Spanish grammar: conjugate verbs & more
  • Build a rich, vibrant vocabulary
  • Learn how to speak colloquially & express complex ideas in writing
  • Apply your knowledge in exercises
  • Ask questions of & get answers from language professionals

Instructor

Lyda Ávila is a professional language instructor, interpreter, and translator. She has been working with languages for over 10 years with Simple3, LLC. She loves learning, teaching and turning everyday situations into lessons. Lyda is originally from Bogotá, Colombia, but now spends time in both Minnesota and Colombia.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
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  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • PDF Study Guides for Levels 1, 2, 3, 4
    • PDF Study Guides for Levels 1,2,3,4
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 1
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 1: personal pronouns (yo-tú-él-ella-nosotros-nosotras-ellos) - 17:30
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 2: personal pronouns, countries, nationalities - 12:04
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 3: review conjugation of SER, professions - 12:12
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 4: SER, tú, usted - 14:19
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 5: formal and informal greetings - 10:26
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 6: informal greetings in Hispanic countries - 11:51
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 7: the verb ‘LLAMARSE’, questions: ‘¿Cómo se llama usted?’, ‘¿Cómo te llamas tú?’ - 16:19
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 8: questions: ‘¿Qué haces tú?¿Qué hace usted?’ ‘¿Qué hace él/ella?’ - 18:56
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 9: professions - 8:15
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 10: questions: ‘¿De dónde eres tú/usted?’ and ‘¿De dónde es él/ella?’ - 15:08
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 11: questions: ¿Cómo se dice…?, ¿Dónde trabaja/s él/ella? ¿Dónde vive/s él/ella? - 23:33
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 12: countries, languages, nationalities, professions - 11:05
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 13: Questions words: QUÉ/QUIÉN/QUIÉNES/CÓMO/DÓNDE/DE DÓNDE - 19:35
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 14: questions:‘¿Quién eres tú? ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Dónde vives tú?¿Dónde trabajas tú? ¿Qué haces tú?’ - 14:56
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 15: the verbs ‘COMER' and 'BEBER’ - 15:37
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 16: chapter closing - 6:33
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 2
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 17: ustedes and AR verbs - 33:02
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 18: the verbs ‘COCINAR-PREPARAR-ESCUCHAR-TOCAR-ENSEÑAR-CANTAR’ - 28:26
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 19: DEFINITE ARTICLES (EL-LA-LOS-LAS) - 15:32
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 20: primary colors: ‘AMARILLO-AZUL-ROJO’ - 20:45
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 21: numbers 0-9 AND the question words: ‘CUÁL-CUÁLES’ - 14:38
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 22: the verb ‘TENER’ - 12:05
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 23: INDEFINITE ARTICLES (un, una, unos,unas) - 19:13
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 24: Expressions with ‘TENER’ in Spanish - 11:34
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 25: numbers from 10 to 30 AND 'mayor'/'menor' - 17:23
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 26: Numbers 31 to 69 - 18:58
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 27: Introduce numbers 70 to 99 - 19:37
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 28: introduce people / ask questions about people - 18:46
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 29: noun gender - 22:29
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 30: adjectives - 20:29
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 31: Identify: singular-plural-masculine or feminine - 19:45
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 32: Introduce singular possessive adjectives (MI-TU-SU) - 16:25
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 33: the prepositions ‘DE-EN’ - 19:58
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 34: chapter closing - 12:40
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 3
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 35: Introduce the days of the week - 17:42
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 36: Introduce the months of the year - 19:33
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 37: Introduce the verb ‘CUMPLIR’ (talk about birthdays) - 12:37
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 38: seasons and the verb ‘PRACTICAR’: PRACTICAR DEPORTES - 19:51
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 39: Use of the verb ‘PRACTICAR’ with new sports - 16:33
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 40: vowel sounds in Spanish - 27:30
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 41: Recognize the different sounds of 'g' and 'c' depending on the vowel - 30:05
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 42: ‘R’ vs ‘rr’ : Single R vs. double R - 26:33
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 43: NEGATION in Spanish - 14:04
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 44: Review negation structure - 16:22
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 45: When to use ‘SER’ and when to use ‘ESTAR’ - 25:22
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 46: Practice with ‘ESTAR’ - 23:27
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 47: Express feelings with ‘ESTAR’ - 21:05
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 48: ‘ESTAR’ to express location - 8:48
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 49: 'TIME' / Introduce the question ¿Qué hora es? - 11:34
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 50: a.m. / p.m. Por la mañana / por la tarde / por la noche - 16:30
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 51: Practice with the verbs ‘ESTAR’ AND ‘TENER’ - 15:08
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 52: Guessing - 15:57
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 53: Review vocabulary by answering riddles - 19:11
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 54: chapter closing - 19:40
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 4
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 55: the verbs ‘LLEGAR’ AND ‘QUERER’ - 19:07
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 56: Practice with ‘QUERER’ using a noun or a verb in infinitive form - 20:49
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 57: the verbs PODER AND HACER - 32:49
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 58: Practice with the verbs ‘HACER-QUERER-PODER’ - 24:49
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 59: Introduce the verb ‘GUSTAR’ - 29:26
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 60: ‘GUSTA Vs GUSTAN’ - 31:36
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 61: ¿Te gusta comer…?¿Te gustan las…? AND food vocabulary - 25:07
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 62: talk about what animals can and can't do - 48:24
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 63: Introduce the verb ‘JUGAR’ - 22:09
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 64: Practice with the verb ‘JUGAR’ - 22:56
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 65: the verb ‘GUSTAR’ and adjectives - 22:50
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 66: the verb ‘TOCAR’ with musical instruments - 21:22
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 67: affirmative and negative sentences using ‘QUERER-PODER’ - 22:57
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 68: the verbs ‘GUSTAR-HACER-JUGAR’ - 31:44
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 69: chapter closing - 36:27
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 5
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 70: parts of the human body - 16:47
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 71: Healthy and unhealthy activities and food - 24:27
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 72: parts of the body: el corazón, el cerebro, hígado, garganta, riñón, pulmones - 22:02
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 73: expressions with the verb ‘TENER’ - 22:37
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 74: ‘MIS-SUS-TUS’ - 32:19
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 75: the verb ‘DOLER’ - 34:25
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 76: Practice with the verb ‘DOLER’ - 32:57
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 77: giving personal information - 29:39
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 78: Using the verbs ‘TENER' and 'NECESITAR’ - 36:44
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 79: the questions: ¿Qué le pasa? and ¿Qué le duele? - 23:36
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 80: negative sentences - 24:09
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 81: parts of the human body and adjectives to describe people - 26:43
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 82: vocabulary related to hospitals and medical emergencies - 24:58
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 83: the five human senses - 22:46
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 84: chapter closing - 46:07
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 85: chapter closing continued - 33:03
    • Spanish 101, Lesson 86: level closing - 47:56
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 1
    • Spanish 201, Lesson 1: singular and plural possessive adjectives: ‘MI-MIS-TU-TUS-SU-SUS’ - 34:48
    • Spanish 201, Lesson 2: Practice with possessive adjectives - 22:01
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 3: members of the family: tío/tía, primo/prima - 28:09
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 4: negative and affirmative sentences to talk about the house - 17:28
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 5: the verbs ‘VENDER' and 'RENTAR’ - 26:53
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 6: question words: ‘CUÁNTO-CUÁNTOS-CUÁNTA-CUÁNTAS’ - 17:12
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 7: Practice asking questions using: ‘CUÁNTO-CUÁNTOS-CUÁNTA-CUÁNTAS’ - 20:25
    • Spanish Level 2 Lesson 8: descriptions using vocabulary and adjectives related to the house - 24:28
    • Spanish Level 2 Lesson 9: Practice with questions related to the house - 19:24
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 10: vocabulary related to the neighborhood: ‘parque’, ‘panadería’,‘supermercado’, ‘farmacia’, ‘lavandería’, ‘escuela’, ‘videotienda’ - 17:37
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 11: Describe a neighborhood using the verbs ‘HABER-ESTAR’ - 29:30
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 12: the family tree - 20:18
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 13: relatives: ‘suegro(a)’, ‘novio(a)’, ‘esposo(a)’, ‘nuera’, ‘yerno’, ‘cuñado(a)’ - 21:36
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 14: the structure: ‘faltar + verb’ and the expression: ‘tener cuidado’ - 17:20
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 15: the imperative form of the verb ‘PONER’ - 18:38
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 16: Practice with prepositions and adjectives to re-organize the house - 18:10
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 17: prepositions of place - 27:22
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 18: the regular verb ‘INVITAR’ - 18:26
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 19: chapter closing - 15:31
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 2
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 20: the verb ‘LLAMARSE’ to introduce the reflexive pronouns in Spanish - 24:52
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 21: Practice with regular reflexive verbs: ‘LLAMARSE-CANSARSE-ABURRIRSE’ - 39:23
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 22: Introduce irregular reflexive verbs - 33:21
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 23: ‘DESPERTARSE, VESTIRSE’ and the verb vs. the noun: ‘desayunar’-‘desayuno’ - 24:06
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 24: Practice with reflexive verbs to talk about daily routines - 29:35
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 25: Introduce the verb ‘SALIR’ - 29:30
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 26: Introduce the verb ‘VOLVER’ - 15:20
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 27: Introduce the verb ‘EMPEZAR’ - 24:36
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 28: Asking question with the verbs ‘VOLVER-SALIR-EMPEZAR’ - 18:20
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 29: Recognize the uses of the expression: ‘TENER UNA CITA’ - 20:03
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 30: Introduce the verb ‘IR’ - 20:41
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 31: Practice with the verb ‘ir’ and the prepositions ‘a’ and ‘en’ - 27:10
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 32: Introduce the expression: ‘IR A PIE’ (to go on foot) - 33:11
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 033: Expressions of frequency: ‘SIEMPRE, TODOS LOS DÍAS... - 25:27
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 034: Practice with the expressions of frequency introduced in the previous lesson - 17:10
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 035: Routines / Introduce the verb ‘ACOSTARSE’ - 28:29
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 036: the verb ‘ACOSTARSE’ and routines - 19:15
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 037: reflexive verbs in negative sentences - 13:35
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 038: Introduce new verbs with the stem change ‘E-I’: ‘PEDIR, REPETIR’ - 18:56
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 039: chapter closing - 17:43
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 3
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 040: vocabulary related to tourist places - 18:39
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 041: questions related to personal information - 25:18
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 042: preterit of verbs ending in “-ar” - 18:42
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 043: review -ar preterit verbs and Introduce the preterit of the verbs ending in “-er” and “-ir” - 20:18
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 044: the verb “Girar” and practice with question words ¿Cuál?¿Cómo?¿Dónde? - 22:43
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 045: verbs “Girar”, “Seguir”, “Tomar” and adverbs of place - 19:39
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 046: Practice giving and following directions using adverbs of place - 33:22
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 047: Introduce the verb ‘VENIR’ - 20:27
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 048: review verbs, adverbs of place and the verb 'dar' - 19:32
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 049: Introduce the verb ‘DESEAR’ - 14:16
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 050: Use preterit of regular verbs to practice vocabulary related to the city - 21:12
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 051: Practice with the present of irregular stem changing verbs - 19:55
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 052: Practice with the preterit of REGULAR VERBS - 23:26
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 053: preterit of the regular verbs: ‘PREPARAR, LLEGAR, PELEAR, PERDER, ROMPER’ - 26:19
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 054: chapter closing - 41:49
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 055: Everyday expressions used on the bus, in a taxi, in the classroom, at a restaurant - 16:20
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 4
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 056: Introduce vocabulary related to physical descriptions - 30:56
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 057: Practice with SER and TENER - 41:46
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 058: Introduce the preterit of the verb ‘IR’ - 28:25
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 059: Practice with the preterit form of the verb ‘IR’ - 28:33
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 060: Introduce the preterit of the verb ‘ESTAR’ - 33:12
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 061: Practice with the preterit of the verb ‘ESTAR’ - 28:24
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 062: introduce the verb ‘PARECER’ - 18:20
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 063: Practice with the verb ‘PARECER’ - 35:22
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 064: Introduce the verb ‘QUEDAR’ and clothing vocabulary - 25:13
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 065: Introduce gender of colors and clothing materials - 18:41
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 066: Practice with the verb ‘SABER’ and introduce the verb 'PREFERIR' - 22:46
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 067: the verbs ‘QUEDAR/PARECER and PREFERIR’ with superlatives to describe people and clothing - 21:30
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 068: Introduce the stem-changing verb ‘PENSAR’ - 23:42
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 069: Asking questions about clothing - 16:21
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 070: chapter closing - 14:04
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 5
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 071: Introduce time markers: ‘Ayer, anoche, la semana pasada, el mes pasado, el año pasado’ - 9:38
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 072: Introduce the preterit of the irregular verbs 'VER', "TENER', 'HACER' - 14:49
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 073: Practice with the present and the preterit for the verbs ‘VER, TENER, HACER’ - 14:37
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 074: Ask questions using the verbs: ‘VER, TENER, HACER’ - 13:38
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 075: ‘TENER + QUE + the verb in infinitive form’ - 11:46
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 076: ‘TENER + QUE' / Introduce the verb COMENZAR - 11:40
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 077: progressive tenses - 13:16
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 078: progressive tenses in present form for ‘AR’ regular verbs and introduce ER/IR regular verbs - 16:30
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 079: Practice with the questions:’¿Qué estás haciendo?¿Qué está haciendo?’ - 9:26
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 080: Ask questions using the gerund of the verb ‘HACER’ - 17:29
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 081: Introduce the present tense of the verb: ‘CONOCER’ - 11:59
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 082: Introduce the gerund of the verb ‘DORMIR’ - 16:25
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 083: Introduce the irregular verb PONER - 20:28
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 084: Practice with irregular verbs in past tense - 14:15
    • Spanish 201 Lesson 085: chapter closing - 3:47
  • SPANISH 301, LEVEL 3: Chapter 1
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 001: Practice the conjugation of ‘SER’ in present and preterit form - 12:39
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 002: Practice expressing hour, day and date using the verb ‘SER’ - 14:04
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 003: Introduce people, friends, and family using the verb ‘SER’ (present and preterit form) - 15:43
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 004: Review of the conjugation of the verb ‘ESTAR’ in present and preterit tense - 17:06
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 005: Review the feelings expressed in Spanish with the verb ‘ESTAR’ - 10:05
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 006: Introduce more expressions with the verb ‘ESTAR’ - 13:11
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 007: Practice with the expressions: estar nervioso, estar asustado, estar contento - 13:06
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 008: Asking questions in a public place - 18:09
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 009: Practice with the preterit and present form of ‘SER-ESTAR’ - 15:24
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 010: Using 'SER' and 'ESTAR' in the preterite - 21:07
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 011: Express feelings talking about the past - 11:40
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 012: Review of the structure for progressive tenses: ESTAR + GERUNDIO - 19:15
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 013: Review the uses of ‘SER’ to refer to a permanent condition - 9:58
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 014: Review the uses of ‘ESTAR’ to express temporal condition and physical location - 8:23
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 015: chapter closing - 21:55
  • SPANISH 301/LEVEL 3: Chapter 2
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 016: Introduce the reflexive stem-changing verb DIVERTISE - 21:06
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 017: Practice with the verb ‘DIVERTIRSE’ - 15:29
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 018: Introduce the structure: IR + A + a verb in infinitive form to talk about the future - 19:49
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 019: Review the structure of the structure: IR + A + verb in infinitive - 25:13
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 020: introduce expressions using 'IR DE' and 'IR A' - 21:46
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 021: Practice with comparisons: el más/ el menos - 23:57
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 022: Use of the verb ‘VENIR’ with the preposition ‘EN’ - 26:52
    • Spanish 201, Level 3 Lesson 023: Expressions to use in communicative situations: ¿Puedes hablar más despacio?¿Me repites por favor? and grocery vocabulary - 24:30
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 024: Practice with Direct Object Pronouns - 32:07
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 025: Practice with the imperative form of ‘PONER’ - 23:24
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 026: Introduce the regular verbs: ‘arreglar, barrer, trapear’ in present tense - 18:52
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 027: To introduce the verb ‘OLVIDAR’ in preterite - 19:24
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 028: Introduce the verb ‘RECOMENDAR’ in present tense - 19:18
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 029: Practice with the verb ‘recomendar’ - 17:08
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 030: chapter closing - 12:28
  • SPANISH 301/LEVEL 3: Chapter 3
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 031: irregular verbs in preterite and computer vocabulary - 35:41
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 032: coloquial expressions from Colombia - 31:12
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 033: irregular gerunds with the change: E>I : ‘mintiendo, viendo, sirviendo, diciendo, siguiendo’ - 23:04
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 034: cultural information about Medellín, Colombia - 21:09
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 035: Cultural information about ‘La zona cafetera’ in Colombia (I love coffee!) - 35:40
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 036: Practice with the change stem verbs ‘E>IE’ (pensar/preferir) - 26:17
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 037: Introduce the expression ¡qué + adjective! used in English as: How+adjective! - 24:22
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 038: present and preterit form of the reflexive verb: ‘REIRSE’ - 25:42
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 039: gerunds to describe activities (It's raining!) - 24:22
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 040: Introduce the present tense of the verb ‘DECIR’ - 21:15
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 041: Practice with the conjugation of the verb ‘DECIR’ - 22:07
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 042: Introduce the FUTURE tense for regular verbs - 27:34
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 043: Introduce the future tense of the verbs ‘SER/ESTAR’ - 23:27
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 044: Practice with the future tense of the verbs ‘SER-ESTAR’ - 24:27
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 045: Practice with the future tense of the verb ‘poder’ - 20:52
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 046: Introduce the expression: ’HAY+ QUE + Verb in infinitive form’ - 25:07
  • SPANISH 301/LEVEL 3: Chapter 4
    • SpanishL2: Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 047 - 14:55
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 048: Introduce some coloquial expressions:fregar/molestar/joder - 9:54
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 049: Introduce the ‘imperative’ - 13:13
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 050: Cultural information about “Spanish-speaking countries” - 18:43
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 051: voseo / vos - 14:23
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 052: Cultural and statistic information about Colombia, Spain and Mexico - 14:23
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 053: Uses of future tenses in Castilian Spanish and American Spanish - 27:56
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 054: Festivals in Colombia - 11:30
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 055: Festivals in Spain - 11:59
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 056: Festivals in Mexico - 14:10
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 057: Typical food from Spain - 10:25
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 058: Typical food from Mexico - 10:57
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 059: Typical food from Colombia - 8:18
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 060: Vocabulary and coloquial expressions related to parties and celebrations - 8:24
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 061: chapter closing - 16:09
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 062: Practice with uses of ‘ser’ to talk about someone’s life - 26:50
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 063: Practice with ‘ser’ and progresive tenses - 21:04
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 064: Introduce the imperfect tense - 36:37
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 065: regular verbs using the imperfect - 17:06
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 066: Practice with some uses of the imperfect - 18:13
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 067: Introduce the expression: ¡Me encanta! / ¡Me encantan! - 23:56
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 068: Practice with preterite and imperfect tenses - 35:06
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 069: expressing 'likes' and 'dislikes' - 25:00
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 070: "time markers" / when to use preterite or imperfect - 22:51
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 071: Practice with the imperfect form of the verb ‘tener’ - 22:19
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 072: practice with imperfect / preterite of 'IR' - 23:09
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 073: Practice with the imperfect form of the verb ‘IR’ - 22:15
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 074: verbs that change meaning depending on the tense - 19:47
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 075: culture / biographies - 17:55
    • Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 076: chapter closing - 8:00
  • SPANISH 401/LEVEL 4: CHAPTER 1
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 001: Using the verbs: ‘pensar, creer, opinar, parecer’ to express opinion - 19:14
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 002: names, traditions and places related to Mayan culture - 17:15
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 003: Introduce the adverbs of place: ‘Aquí, acá, allí, allá, ahí’ - 27:04
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 004: Practice with prepositions of movement: ‘ ir + a, ir + hacia, venir + de, venir + desde’ - 25:14
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 005: Practice with ‘aquí, acá, allí, allá, ahí’ - 27:41
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 006: Using the verbs ‘saber’ and ‘conocer’ - 27:47
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 007: Practice with the verbs ‘saber’ and ‘conocer’ - 27:51
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 008: Introduce possessive pronouns: ‘MÍO, TUYO, SUYO, NUESTRO, SUYO’ - 27:53
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 009: Practice with the verb ‘SEGUIR’ - 26:36
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 010: Practice with the imperative form of regular verbs - 24:29
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 011: Using ‘mientras’ to describe simultaneous actions - 24:17
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 012: myths and legends - 14:44
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 013: practice with myths and legends - 13:26
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 014: more practice with myths and legends - 10:23
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 015: chapter closing - 13:20
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 016: "reality show" vocabulary - 17:46
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 017: past participles of regular verbs: ‘bailar/bailado, cantar/cantado, tocar/tocado, vivir/vivido - 28:15
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 018: Practice with past participles of regular verbs - 19:51
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 019: past participles of irregular verbs: ‘tener/tenido, estar/estado, ser/sido’ - 18:27
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 020: Practice with past participles of irregular verbs: ‘tener/tenido, estar/estado, ser/sido’ - 19:50
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 021: Practice with past participles of irregular verbs - 2:07
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 022: Introduce the past participles of the verbs: ‘poner, escribir, volver’ - 17:11
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 023: Introduce new past participles: ‘abrir, resolver, romper’ - 20:46
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 024: Introduce the past participle of the verb ‘morir’ - 16:05
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 025: Practice with negative and interrogative sentences using the present perfect - 22:30
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 026: Using the present perfect - 18:26
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 027: the present perfect, 'siempre' and 'nunca' - 21:07
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 028: Using ‘marcadores de tiempo’ with the present perfect - 13:44
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 029: Practice with ‘marcadores de tiempo’ and present perfect - 11:28
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 030: chapter closing - 14:58
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 031: Introduce the verb ‘tejer’ in the present and the past - 24:07
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 032: practice with diminutives - 28:00
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 033: Introduce traditional characters in Latin American lullabies - 5:51
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 034: Introduce the verb ‘mojarse’ - 22:07
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 035: A traditional Latin American story: ’La cucarachita Martinez’ - 11:45
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 036: 'despertar' and 'despertarse' - 23:58
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 037: the expression: ’ponerse a bailar’ - 19:33
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 038: the verbs ‘patear/cocear’ - 19:10
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 039: Practice with the verb ‘conocer’ and direct object pronouns - 20:52
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 040: Practice with tongue twisters - 12:17
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 041: Practice with the conjugation of the verbs ‘sentarse, arrodillarse, decir, recoger, llevar’ - 4:35
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 042: Listening comprehension with stories - 4:01
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 043: Introduce new vocabulary using traditional songs - 9:02
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 044: Practice with the verbs ‘caer and enamorarse’ - 5:08
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 045: chapter closing - 8:26
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 046: Describing people using the verbs ‘ser’ and ‘tener’ - 24:45
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 047: practice with 'por' - 17:37
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 048: Practice with the preterite and the imperfect to describe someone’s life - 19:56
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 049: Introduce the expression: ‘por ahora’ - 15:46
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 050: Introduce expressions with ‘ser’ and using 'por' to express gratitude - 18:16
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 051: Practice with the expressions: ‘ser malcriado/consentido/caprichoso’ - 26:32
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 052: The difference between ‘ser serio’ and ‘estar serio’ - 23:11
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 053: Describing someone’s life: before and now / 'ser listo' and 'estar listo' - 22:11
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 054: Introduce the use of ‘por’ to express an undetermined or general time - 18:15
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 055: Practice with ‘estar listo’ and ‘ser listo’ and 'por' - 17:34
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 056: Practice with the use of ‘para’ to show the use or purpose of a thing. - 20:43
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 057: Introduce the verb ‘demostrar’ - 15:04
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 058: Introduce the use of ‘para’ to mean 'in order to’ - 13:46
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 059: Expressing likes and dislikes - 12:15
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 060: chapter closing - 10:13
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 061: Creating words with the prefixes ‘in-’ and ‘des-’ - 19:33
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 062: Introduce the expressions: ‘estar al aire’ / ‘salir al aire’ - 20:32
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 063: Using 'gerund' + 'llevar' OR ‘hace' + 'a period of time’ to express the same idea - 19:07
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 064: Introduce vocabulary related to newspapers and magazines - 23:26
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 065: Introduce the structure: ‘acaba de' + 'verb in infinitive form’ - 16:43
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 066: Practice with the structure: ‘acaba de' + 'verb in infinitive’ - 16:26
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 067: superlatives and the expression 'tragar entero' - 17:37
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 068: more practice with superlatives - 17:08
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 069: Vocabulary related to sports - 15:52
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 070: the conditional in questions and negative sentences / vocabulary related to weather - 17:22
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 071: practice with predictions / gerunds and the verb 'seguir' - 14:34
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 072: practice with conditionals - 17:54
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 073: Vocabulary related to food and recipes - 10:48
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 074: Introduce the expression: ‘tener ganas de’ - 17:48
    • Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 075: chapter closing - 20:38

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Mastering Airbnb

Learn Money-Making Secrets from San Francisco's Top Airbnb Host

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

Want to get paid to go on vacation? Because that's what you're going to learn from this course. Evan Kimbrell is San Francisco's top Airbnb host and makes thousands every month just by leaving his apartment. Over this course, you'll learn how to operate a successful Airbnb account by renting out your spare rooms or your whole living space for a couple days at a time. Seriously, you'll be getting paid to go on vacation.

  • Access 74 lectures & 7 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to rent a spare room for up to $5,000/month, or your whole space for up to $10,000/month
  • Scope out your competition, create a plan, & land on the first page of search
  • Perfect your listing, from photographs to thumbnails
  • Limit your rental-related work to 3-4 hours/week
  • Understand how to become a SuperHost & join the elite of Airbnb hosts

Instructor

Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Get acquainted
    • Meet Evan - 4:48
    • What is Airbnb? - 5:14
    • Course format - 2:56
    • The benefits of homesharing - 6:02
    • Can it work in my city? (hint: yes) - 15:35
    • How much can I make? I'll show you! - 3:01
    • Looking at my revenue - 5:18
    • Section 1 review material
  • Laying the foundation
    • Ready to create an account? Check this out
    • Is my space good enough? What you need to know - 20:27
    • How long will this take? It's surprisingly less than you think - 8:15
    • Scoping out the competition and making a game plan - 19:06
    • Pricing strategies guaranteed to work - 19:36
    • Bonus: The hotel pricing strategy - 3:10
    • Advanced skills: How to drill down on your host competition - 12:12
    • Section 2 review material
  • Getting your listing up
    • 4 easy rules for taking high quality photos that wow your listing - 14:14
    • Add the magical touch; edit your photos like an AirBNB professional - 11:50
    • Resources: Camera accessories, apps, and free software
    • The amenities drill down - ALL the amenities you need in 6 minutes - 6:16
    • The amenities you always forget and guests expect - 9:53
    • The key to writing great descriptions that book guests - 19:27
    • Getting the perfect title - trickier than you would think - 9:26
    • The secret to thumbnails - 4:04
    • What to do with "Cleaning Fees" - 7:57
    • Set your "House Rules" correctly and save yourself down the line - 6:31
    • "Extra People Fees" - Do it right and you can add +20% to your rental income - 4:48
    • Tip #1: How to get AirBNB quality photos for free (without AirBNB) - 6:47
    • Tip #2: The secret number of photos to use - 5:36
    • Tip #3: The rambling text strategy - 3:00
    • Section 3 review material
  • Starting out
    • The art of the start - 3:04
    • The beginning pricing strategy crucial to your success - 2:08
    • The cleaning is crucial - skip this at your AirBNB peril - 6:58
    • Resources: Cleaning services
    • Your first guest - Let me walk you through it - 5:31
    • Why so many hosts are using Instant Book wrong - 6:48
    • When to use the "Minimum Days" setting - 3:48
    • Do deposits matter? What actually matters - 4:03
    • Tip #1: How to turbocharge your listing (not for the faint of heart) - 3:56
    • Tip #2: Think like a hotel but don't act like one - 3:19
    • Section 4 review material
  • Maximizing the guest experience
    • Mastering the warm & fuzzy - becoming the best host you can! - 5:31
    • Finding the happy amount of face to face time - 4:00
    • The $7 solution to all of your problems. Up your positive reviews by 50% - 4:52
    • Damage Control - My 5 step framework for minimizing potential bad reviews - 11:50
    • Tip #1: The guidebook that makes hosting so much easier - 4:23
    • Tip #2: Towels & Linens: Follow this advice and save $100s a year - 5:18
    • Tip #3: The wonderful thing about Uber - 2:57
    • Tip #4: The VA trick that no one talks about - 3:42
    • Section 5 review material
  • Separating yourself from the pack
    • The winning mentality for AirBNB hosts - 5:52
    • Identifying your winners and your losers - 3:54
    • Hawking your calendar and how to increase bookings easily by 20% - 3:33
    • Removing the maintanence and reducing your weekly input to < 3 hours a week - 6:50
    • Expanding your platforms. Add an extra 20% to your booking inquiries this way - 18:11
    • Resources: Popular Airbnb hosting tools
    • Tip #1: The "cheap nothing gift" - your secret hosting weapon - 6:40
    • Tip #2: The pre-emptive review strategy that works every time - 4:01
    • Tip #3: How I added an extra $1k / month for just $100 / month - 4:04
    • Tip #4: The copy paste trick that saves you a ton of time - 3:48
    • Tip #5: Other hosts are awesome. Here's why - 4:04
    • Tip #6: How to use your review correctly - 5:36
    • Tip #7: Get 10% more bookings with the foreign languages tactic - 2:25
    • Tip #8: Last second hosting and how to use it to your advantage - 2:09
    • A word of warning about the response rate metric - 3:54
    • Response timing: Live and die by this metric - 8:23
    • Section 6 review material
  • The extra section
    • Setting up & getting out - renting your space while you're abroad - 15:01
    • Adding multiple spaces to your account - 9:45
    • How to do your taxes and what to know - part 1 - 19:01
    • How to do your taxes and what to know - part 2 - 12:21
    • Tax day powerpoint for following along
    • Section 7 review material

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The Art of Travel Photography

Make a Career of It or Simply Remember Each Trip with Frame-Worthy Photos

By Video School Online | in Online Courses

If you've ever looked through National Geographic and said, "Wow, I wish I had taken that photo," then this course is for you. You'll learn the basics of professional photography, travel, and camera care tips, and, of course, how to take and edit great photographs! Taught using the instructor's real photos as examples, you'll gain first-hand knowledge on how to memorialize your next trip in the highest quality.
  • Access 38 lectures & 5 hours of content
  • Learn how to prep & pack your camera equipment before your trip
  • Cover photography basics like exposure, shutter speed, depth of field, composition & lighting
  • Enhance your portrait skills to take better group shots
  • Use Adobe Lightroom's free trial to edit photos & make them pop

Instructor

Philip Ebiner's passion is inspiring people through online courses. Since 2012, over 100,000 students have taken his online courses.

He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he's shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Course Introduction
    • Course Overview
    • Instructor Introduction - Who am I?
  • Traveling Photographer Basics
    • Choosing the Right Camera
    • What to Pack: Equipment Check
    • Backing Up Your Photos While Traveling
    • Where to Travel: Examples
    • Travel Safety Basics
  • Photography Basics to Enhance Your Travel Photos
    • Learning the Manual Settings
    • Shooting in RAW Mode
    • Getting the Right White Balance
    • Stabilization - Tripods, Monopods, Or?
    • Using the Flash
    • Journaling
  • Portraits: Shooting Pictures of People
    • Choosing a Great Background
    • Be Candid
    • Photograph the Locals
  • Creative Travel Photo Tips
    • Creative Compositions - Samples
    • Sunsets and Silhouettes
    • Depth of Field, Explained
    • All About Landscapes and Nature Photography
    • Panoramas
    • Thinking Outside the Box
  • Editing Travel Photos
    • Lightroom Basics 1.0
    • Lightroom Basics 2.0
    • Practice 1: Basic Lightroom Edits
    • Practice 2: Fixing Exposure
    • Practie 3: Fixing Bad White Balance
    • Practice 4: Editing a Flash Photo
    • Practice 5: Cropping Wide
    • Practice 6: Creating a Silhouette
    • Practice 7: Enhancing Sunsets
    • Practice 8: Better Looking Landscapes
    • Practice 9: Playing with Saturation
    • Practice 10: Quick Edits
    • How to Create a Panorama in Photoshop

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