This is part-one of a two-part series that details how I launched my first course, Crickets to Customers!
Now that I've officially wrapped up the launch I'm going to share my biggest takeaways from the process.
I always knew I wanted to create my own course, and after helping clients in one-on-one and group coaching scenarios, I figured out what I could base mine on.
In this Courage episode I dig into four main points:
How a well built course can get your work out to a much larger amount of people vs one on one settings (we all have a dream to help the masses, right?)
How to know when the timing is right
- How I knew it was time + the right expectations to have before you begin
- Why it’s best to wait until you have some traction
The pros & cons of launching a course
- Why it’s harder to hold people accountable + how I’ve managed to have incredible results with student participation
- How to incentivize your students to do the work
- Why more content isn’t always a good thing when developing your course materials
Developing the materials
- How to decide the steps to teach
- What I did when I hit a brick wall with the overwhelming pile of content I had in front of me
Next week I’ll be back to cover the second part and more tactical side of launching Crickets to Customers!