"This is all pointless if you don't take action"
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when designing a course. What should you include? What should you leave out? Is it becoming too unwieldy, going off in tangents or deeper down paths you don’t want to go? Are you putting in too much? Or not enough? Is it becoming an incoherent
Note: I would always suggest you find out whether there is demand for your course before you start creating it. I’ve not done that on this occasion as the main purpose of this series of posts is to walk you through the actual creation process and to encourage you to
Day 2 Overview Objectives To write a script outline my first lesson To have a finished recording at the end of the day Materials used External USB microphone (£30). Camtasia screen recorder. Resources used Udemy Studio – the site’s resource for instructors. Outlining the lesson What am I trying to teach in this module?
Have you ever spent days, even weeks, creating a product you were confident would be a winner? The content is useful; the product is well-produced; the price point is attractive. Heck, you would buy it. Yet, when you launch… nothing but crickets. It’s demoralising. You put all that time, effort and enthusiasm into
The problem with goals According to the famous art teacher, Betty Edwards (author of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain), many people struggle to draw well because they rely on visual shortcuts instead of seeing what’s really there. For example, if I put a woman in front of