micro-course

What is a Micro-Course (Mini-Course)?

Think of a micro-course as a chapter in a book. That chapter is basically a sub-topic of the overall book. In a micro-course, we break that sub-topic down and teach the material in easily digestible parts. As a general rule of thumb, micro-courses that I've created have 6-8 lessons. Assuming each lesson has video ...

askyourself

Ask Yourself: What questions do I get from other people?

Ask yourself “What questions do I get from other people?” Take a moment and think what others ask you on a regular basis. What tips do they want? What do they need help with? It’s probably related to your work, or maybe one of your talents or hobbies. Or maybe people don’t ask you anything at all. But they may ...

3ways

3 Compelling Reasons to Create Online Courses & Micro-courses

How many people ask you questions or advice about your areas of expertise, your hobbies, or your passions? Depending on your network, this may only be a handful of people a month, or it might be several people a week. Either way, you should probably consider creating an online course or micro-course. Before I list out ...

whyinviest

Why Should People Invest In Your Information Product

If you’re thinking of creating your own information product and you’re not sure whether it will be a hit, read on. The process of creating an information product will take serious effort. Naturally, you wouldn’t want all that effort to go down the drain because your product couldn’t attract customers. So, it is ...

7debunk

Debunking 7 Content Marketing Myths

Ever thought of releasing your own information product, but then thought “eh, maybe not” after finding out the “struggles” involved in creating the product? Well, what you heard is probably exaggerated and I am here to bust some myths about content marketing. Myth #1. “You need to spend a fortune” Reality: You ...