3 Things I Wish I Knew Before Launching My First Online Course
Have you been wondering if you should put a course online?
Five years ago, I put my first course online. Back then, I had dreamt of a business that did not require me to sell my time by the hour.
At 40, I had to take a year and a half off work after being hit by a car. I thought selling courses online would help me develop a passive income to support me, in case I needed (or wanted) to step away from work, as I did after my accident.
Unfortunately, what I didn't know back then caused the process to take much longer than needed. I took several programs from the big players. Ones that teach you how to launch and market online courses.
I'd put considerable time into creating and selling my first courses, but they didn't get the enrollment I needed to make ends meet.
It's been five years since I put my first course online, and although it took me longer than I hoped, I finally figured out how to create a thriving business teaching and coaching online.
In today's video, I'm going to teach you three things you need to understand to succeed with online courses.
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