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VOHeroes 101

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  1. A VOHeroes Welcome
    Real quick...are you sure you're in the right course?
  2. A quick tour of VOHeroes.com
    2 Topics
  3. Adding and updating your profile and cover photo
  4. More than a VO talent: how to become a clients' VO hero
    3 Topics
  5. The VOHeroes strategy: art + commerce + science + mindset
  6. The VOHeroes tactics: courses + workouts + coaching + labs + discussion + articles
    10 Topics
  7. Working with the VOHeroes.com site
    How to get help and support
    6 Topics
  8. How purchases and subscriptions work on the site
    4 Topics
  9. Registration and logging in
    2 Topics
  10. How to communicate: Pro Connect, Messaging and Notifications
    4 Topics
  11. How to take VOHeroes courses
    13 Topics
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    1 Quiz
  12. How to attend VOHeroes workouts
    5 Topics
  13. Courses, workouts and other resources
    How to search the VOHeroes resources
    2 Topics
  14. How to get your demos produced by VOHeroes
    3 Topics
  15. How to get private one-on-one VOHeroes coaching
  16. The VOHeroes Affiliate Partner program
  17. Get your certificate and get going
Lesson 11, Topic 6
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Sections, lessons and topics

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This one’s pretty simple.

It’s an overview of how our courses are built. We touched on it a bit in another topic on how to navigate each course.

A course will have major sections, where we introduce a group of lessons that teach you a broad piece of the class work itself.

Inside those sections, the lessons contain content in the form of topics that drill down to very specific skills and concepts.

So, topics are part of lessons, and lessons are part of sections, and sections are part of courses.

You’ll move from topic to topic, then on to the next lesson, and move to a new section when appropriate. We show you how in that navigation topic in this course.

As I said, pretty simple.

And you’ll be able to see which topic, lesson or section you’re in by looking to the left hand column of any class (on desktop monitors, that is).