People think i’m a little bit cray cray (crazy) for talking to myself, but I do it all the time (judge me all you want). But I can’t help it, I find it’s the best way to get my ideas out of my head and on paper regardless of whether i’m practicing for an upcoming interview, drafting a blog post, brainstorming new ideas for a new service or program idea. That’s why I record most of my videos and VLOG posts on the fly while in the car or outside.
When you’re in the initial stages of creating your online course it can be really hard to get started. You have so much information to share and you’re just not sure how to begin, let alone structure or outline your course and it can be extremely overwhelming and frustrating.
In the video below I share 2 simple ways to outline your online course.
In a nutshell, here are the tips I mentioned:
- Talk to a younger version of yourself. If you’re walking through a process i.e a ‘How to Process’. Talk to yourself as if you’re a younger version of yourself explaining what you did and how. Most of all, make sure you record it so that you can go back and listen to the key points which will help you create the core modules for your course.
- Get someone to interview you about the steps you took to achieve that outcome. Once again, make sure you record it. This will give you the basis for your course outline and what the modules should be.
My FREE Workbook 6 Steps To Create Your Online Program is a great additional resource to create, structure and outline your program.
I’d love to here from you, do you have a methodology for creating the outline for your online courses. Leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts.
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