13 ideas for protecting yourself from being ripped off
Someone posted in a Facebook group recently that he thinks he's been ripped off. He was pretty sure that someone who had attended a training course of his had taken his materials and then run the training in their school. So, what can you do to lessen the chance of something like this happening to you?
Here are my thoughts on the matter. Please bear in mind these are my personal opinions, and I'm not giving advice, legal or otherwise. But I hope you find the points worth thinking about.
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Don't include lots of information on slides
Slides should serve as a prompt or a summary, not an essay. I know some people use photos on their slides and very little text, for the simple reason that without the commentary, the slides are rendered useless.
Next week: another handy tip that will help establish you as the go-to person rather than someone who is just using your stuff.