In this episode I’m going to walk you through my own course creation journey - specifically what did and didn’t work for me, what I would do differently if I could, and what set me up really well for a public launch.
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So I recently finished the pilot launch of my new course Systematize Your Online Course - the development, creation, launch, and delivery took a little less than 6 months in total. But before you start beating yourself up for not having your own course launched yet, I want to take you back four and a half years and tell you all about the mistakes I made and what it took to get me to this successful launch.
I tried to launch four different signature courses before I finally got to this one. Some of them got abandoned before they left the ground. One even had paying students that had to be refunded when I quit.
Online courses are a lot of work but the pros make it look too easy. Here are all the sometimes embarrassing, hopefully-valuable nitty-gritty details behind my course creation journey - from choosing the wrong topic to being bad on camera to underestimating the work. Enjoy!
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