No matter how important the goal, sometimes the thought of how you’re going to achieve it is overwhelming.
It seems like it’s going to take a lot of work and a lot of time.
You’re busy with life and work, and adding one more thing to your plate makes you second guess whether or not you really want to go through with it.
And on top of that – you’ve never done it before.
You wish you knew exactly what to do and the idea didn’t seem so…overwhelming.
If you spend time in certain circles on the internet, you see online courses everywhere. People are selling them in webinars and promoting them on social media.
You attend some of the webinars and think –
“I want to do that. I have something to share with people. I have something to teach people that can change their lives and help them achieve their goals.”
“But I have have all of these responsibilities and don’t know where to start…”
“How do you make the videos?”
“I don’t even have a website yet.”
“When will I make time to create a course.”
I’ve been there and I’m not going to lie. It was a struggle.
I procrastinated most of the year for my first course. I had the idea and created an outline. I fleshed out the outline.
About 5 months later, I started scripting my videos. I had to break down my process for making cooking videos. I never thought about the exact steps or explained it to anyone, so the best way for me to figure it out was to write. What exactly did I do? Why did I do it?
I started. It was hard. I wrote a little more, and I stopped. It was hard.
A few months later, I felt that nagging guilt again. Guilt for telling myself I was going to do something and not following through. Guilt for not sharing my knowledge with people who wanted it and needed it.
I finished the script.
November arrived and I panicked. The year was almost over and I had not created my course. I vowed to finish the course by December 31. I created a production schedule and created one video a day in the evenings after work and a few each Saturday and Sunday, until I was done.
You need the exact steps to turn your online course idea into a product that you can sell. “The Complete Online Course Creation Checklist” is my gift to you.
In addition to the exact steps you should follow, the guide includes technology recommendations. Your curiosity will make you look at the technology recommendations first, but don’t get hung up on that part until your content is completely prepared.
- Completely prepared for a text-based course = You have written all of your text.
- Completely prepared for a video-based course = You have written all of your scripts or you have completely fleshed out your outline.
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Follow it step by step. Don’t try to skip ahead. Do one step and check it off. Move to the next step and check it off.
If you work on your course each week, you will finish it in less time that you imagine. Weekly progress is the key to successfully finishing your online course.