Before Creating Trainings - Do You Know What You Are Talking About?
I have been here at WA for a couple of months now, and love the training I get here and all the support.
I must however say that I have realized one thing about trainings. Even though there are every day created many valuable and amazing trainings, there also seems to be some of not that high quality (or even with inaccurate information) and a lot of repetitions.
I am writing this to encourage all of us to think about one thing before creating a training - Do I know what I am talking about?
It seems that sometimes trainings are created for the sake of getting higher WA rank and not because it is something that we know about and can share with other members.
I think it would be great if we all become a bit more critical before creating training, so we are sure to keep a high level of the trainings.
Not that I think that it should only be people that have been here for years that do trainings. Many beginners often also have very relevant advice and experiences. And not to say that I don't think we should create training if it is experimental. I think the experimental approach and sharing these experiences can be very valuable.
But would be great if it is stated very clearly in the beginning of the training if it is experimental or something you really know about and or more guessing. Also if you know the long term effects of your advice.
So hope we can all keep supporting each other and sharing, but also remembering to keep the quality high and first of all focus on quality of both trainings and our blogs and not only quantity and our WA rank.
All the best,