2015 was the worst year of my life as an Instructional Designer.
My agency tanked. I had to fire loyal employees. And I was down to one client.
For years, I’d been designing courses as a 3rd party vendor, creating solutions for my client's customers (usually colleges and universities).
For years, everything was wonderful.
Profits were in the multi-six figures. Employees and contractors enabled me to live the location independent dream--working from cool cities like Kauai, Toronto, and Amsterdam. Life was good!
Until I accepted the project from hell.
Have you ever had a gut feeling that SCREAMED 'Don't do it!' then promptly ignored it?
Before I took that project, I’d turned it down twice. But eventually I said yes.
That project ended up being the poster child for bad online course creation:
- we had no direct access to the learners, (instead, we were asked to blindly create content)
- and the client was more interested in making money than building a course that worked
After that experience I swore that I would NEVER create another online course that wasn’t learner-focused.
So, in 2016, I took everything I knew about online learning and only worked with clients who wanted to change lives. Along the way I created a specific process for mapping out a learner-centered online course.
But not just any process--one that would help online entrepreneurs map their content and market their course.
The results were amazing. But don't take my word for it:
For the past year you've asked me to go deeper into Instructional Design: to share my process.
Now, I’m going to pull back the curtain for the first time ever and share it all with you.
- The best methods for validating your online course before you create it
- The exact process I use to create learner-centered content
- How to organize your course and know what to create (and what to leave out)
- Advanced strategies to make your content more engaging & actionable
- The marketing process I used to make thousands of dollars for my first course launch (without a social media strategy)
What Do You Need to Do?
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Afterwards, you’ll get free lessons via email so you can apply the process to your own courses. You’ll also get a chance to ask me any questions.