Each month I will be responding to a question; chosen from a pool of some of
the most commonly asked ones that I have been asked over the years and
continue to be asked.
This month, I’d like to answer the following question:
How to make a class on gardening accessible
This could be a very good way for you to help others deal with the present
Before you say no or turn thumbs down on these suggestions; consider these
You can definitely increase your revenue and reduce both your internal and
external costs and here’s how.
Take it from me! I have been an accessibility awareness consultant and
advisor since 1998 and I continue to help companies to increase their
revenues, reduce their costs, and reach hidden consumer markets!
You would be absolutely amazed to learn how the offering of a class on
gardening could or would have the potential of creating some new revenue for
And who could be some of the potential students?
Retirees, seniors, and even professionals. What you need to do is to
develop a course that is easy to follow; relatively accessible to your
potential students. This would be the perfect time of the year to nip it in
the bud so to speak.
Here are some tips.
1. Early spring is the best time to remind potential students about the
wonders of learning how to garden.
2. Make your classes easy to follow and simple to implement.
3. Make your gardening classes rich in basic content.
4. Start from the very beginning.
5. Provide content in electronic formats, audio formats and don’t leave out
the descriptive brochures as well.
6. Include both indoor and outdoor gardening tips.
This should be a good start for you.
To contact me please send an email to email@example.com
I’m Donna J. Jodhan (sight loss coach)