How To Make and Market Your Online Course or Get Some Help With That With Grant Weherley

We discuss how to make and market your online course or get some help with that with Grant Weherley of MonetizeMyExpertise.com. Chris and Grant dive into several topics relevant to course creators, from what philosophy to take when planning out your course, to how you can improve your course content by focusing on what adds value.

Grant has a great analogy for course building. He compares it to building a house. When you build a house, typically you don’t attempt to build it by yourself, unless you are an architect. The same situation applies to course building, and that is why a lot of experts fail early in the process.

One mistake Chris sees with course creators, is trying to go at it alone. There are five roles that are necessary to success with an online course: expert, teacher, community builder, entrepreneur, and instructional designer. It is rare to find one person who can do all of these things, so that is why it is important to include others in the process.

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