This article will help you with the final leap of your next e-course development. Cowgirl style!
No more hours of pulling your hair out.
No more blank stares at your computer.
No more fear about putting it out there.
Here are SOLID STEPS to build your first or next e-course:
STEP 1: Don’t create a course unless you see a demand for that information, experience or skillset. READ HOW HERE
STEP 2: Break down your main lessons into connected sub-lessons or tasks – think bite-size pieces. READ HOW HERE
STEP 3: Include the basic segments of one lesson with the best suited technology. READ HOW HERE
STEP 4 – SELL a MINIMUM VALUE PRODUCT
I’ve spoken about the mini power course strategy before – a minimum value product that you can quickly create and market while slowly and cautiously building your larger course.
Here is how you can start yours:
Your one lesson should have a call to action and provide your student with some outcome that will help solve their problem. That is, help solve the initial stages of a problem as your future fuller course will go deeper.
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Don’t’ want a full course? No prob. Solve one wee problem.
Your one-lesson course provides the following benefits FOR YOU:
Your one-lesson course provides the following benefits FOR YOUR STUDENTS:
Be sure to obtain feedback from your students by listening to their comments in your learning community (i.e. Facebook group), surveying them and seeing who has completed your mini power course.
Overall, this will inform you what they want to learn (and not want to learn), and what to tweak in your one lesson. This info is invaluable to you so that you can create the best course that is in demand.