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Pam suggested we should treat online workshops like a campaign, but what are the 4 stages of the customer journey?
Which of the below did Csikszentmihalyi suggest all creative individuals have in common?
What does Paraffin recommend is the max. duration of an online session?
Is this statement true or false: Prep work isn’t as important for online workshops as it is for face-to face workshops?
How much of the ‘customer journey’ for online workshops is assigned to the workshop output?
What advice would you give to a team with poor internet connection, about using a collaboration board?
What is considered poor online workshop etiquette?
What are some of the ways you can supercharge an online workshop?