You make sure you start with a Course Map, Learning Path and focus on the Student Experience!
Here’s what you get if you book a Course Map and Learning Path:
1. Book a single, online session, which lasts up to 4 hours with breaks. During this session we’ll dive deep into your students, your process, and how you get results.
2. 3-5 business days later I will send you your completed Course Map and Learning Path.
3. Book a 60-min follow-up session and we’ll map out the Student Experience together!
4. Confidently create and sell an incredible course.
It Feels Pretty Great When Clients Say…
It’s not that these course creators didn’t have the knowledge, but they just don’t know how to structure their knowledge so someone else could and would get the same results.
I’m usually hired by course creators to fix existing courses that aren’t working And although incremental change and improvement is good…
Doing it right the first time is so much better.
What if I don’t get my pre-work done in time? Or I need to move my session date?
I get it, things happen. And yet, most of us need a little pressure from having a deadline to get over the hump. Under extraordinary circumstances you can move your session once to another available slot within 3 months. I require at least 48 hours notice and all rescheduling happens at my discretion.
I’m still not sure why this is important?
Many courses are created to benefit the course creator, not the student (the whole “passive income” and “courses on how to sell courses” industry plays into this!). How humans learn is a huge field and being good at what you do doesn’t mean you also know how to teach it! Having your Course Map, Learning Path and Student Experience mapped out takes the guesswork out of course creation and makes successful students much more likely!
What are the session timings /time-zones?
My availability is based on Pacific time. If you don’t see a slot that meets your needs, contact me to see if we can find a different time slot that works for both of us!
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