From Creator to Instructor...Are online courses right for you? 7 Steps to Creating Your First Course

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I’m so sorry!!  I know this episode is late!! Let’s just say it’s fashionably late.

I promised you a BTS look at how I got the course portion of my business up and running!

Well, this is it, so let’s dive right in!

I never dreamt that I would be an online course instructor! I was happy to create designs and then when I had people constantly asking me to show them how to do what I was doing I realized it could be a source of income.

Later, when my ADHD kicked in, I realized I needed a little more variety in my business. I always enjoyed helping clients with download issues and answering questions when people posted them online. 

It was kind of a no-brainer that a course was going to mix it up for the ADHD part of my brain, but I would also get to share my knowledge with other people. The joy I got from helping other people was absolutely vital to starting my own course.   

In today’s episode, we discuss what my courses have done for my business and the part that caught me by surprise. You might be surprised when you hear what it was. 

I’ll discuss the questions that will help you decide if creating a course is right for you.

Best of all, I’ll be sharing my top 7 steps to creating your first online course.

Keep your ears open for the one thing that you will really want to hear. *wink wink*,  it’s #7 on the list. 

I hope you brought your pen and notebook. If not go and get them now, I’ll wait!

What You’ll Learn in This Episode:

  • How I earn income here at Pen and Posh
  • My secret weapon to prove your course will sell 
  • How to win the emotional battle that comes with a course

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You mentioned that you paid a lot of money to learn how to create a course, but you never said what course you took or where you gained that knowledge. Can you share that info? Thank you

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