So far, these posts are all about helping people make and sell online courses. Videos helping you make WordPress sites coming soon.
How to be incredibly productive, stay focused, and make massive progress towards your most important goals.
Here are 7 important, and surprising, lessons The Beatles’ Get Back film can teach budding online course creators.
A post-mortem on making the course, what I learned, and what I’ll do differently next time.
A report on how the first launch of my Webflow course turned out.
A walkthrough of the software I used for planning the course, writing it, actually making it, the course platform, and even the sales and launch.
A quick behind-the-scenes walkthrough of the hardware I’ve used to make my new course.
Some behind-the-scenes on planning the course and managing the production workflow.
From the hope and excitement when you have a new idea and anything seems possible… to this, one year on.
15th July 2016—the journal entry that started it all for me.
Why making the course has taken me longer than expected.
So far, a lot of this ‘Making of…’ series has been about concepts and thinking and stuff that makes my head hurt a bit. So…
Why make a course on Webflow when there’s already LOADS of free training out there already?
A step back in time to look at why I made two of my most popular and profitable courses.
The 3 key decisions you need to make, right at the start of the course-making process.
Have you seen the film, The Hangover? Well, I’ve been away, and it’s nothing like The Hangover at all.
The most important decision I had to make at the start of this course-making process.
Where I delve into WHY basing online tech courses on real-life scenarios and stories is so effective.
A few bits of work-in-progress with the case study logo and website branding.
Introducing the case study client for my new course.
Why you have to base your course on a ‘real life’ situation, that closely matches your students’ own lives.
The first layer of the onion ain’t gonna lead to any dramatic transformations, raving fans, or big sales.
The harsh truth is: no-one wants to buy your course. Really. So what DO they want?
I have to say, it’s at times like these I feel fortunate to have a business model selling online courses.
As I’m planning and developing the new course, I’ve also been working on ideas for the course branding too.
Six core teaching concepts I went ‘all in’ on when planning and creating my new Webflow course.
What I learnt from running a training program in a completely different format to usual.
The positives I took from running a ‘live bootcamp’ experiment vs a traditional course.
Why as a budding course creator it’s best you share your bloopers and just do it.
It’s about being mindful of spending your precious time on what’s truly valuable, and dropping what’s probably not.
There was nothing quite like hearing these words while laying in a hospital bed at 3.30 in the morning, to bring my priorities into sharp…