When someone creates an Ecourse, they come from the mindset that “everyone already knows about this" or “nobody wants to hear about that. " Having that kind of mindset going into to your creative mode will almost always put you in a stalemate with yourself. That is NOT a pleasant feeling, let me tell you.
The bottom line is when you use the excuse (yes, I'm calling it an excuse) of “everyone already knows about this" you're putting restrictions on yourself. Another way this can be said is to never underestimate the lack of knowledge out there about your particular Ecourse topic. Think of your past, was there a time when you didn't know stuff about your topic that you know now? Do you think there are others out there that might be in that same position?
There will always be someone out there that knows more than you do and there will always be someone out there that knows LESS than you do about your topic. Want to be success? Cater to the folks that know less than you do and teach them. Yes, it's that simple. If you create your Ecourse so the person who knows nothing about your topic can follow along, you have a successfull Ecourse.
AND, you can then create more advanced Ecourses for the folks that want more advance knowledge. Do you see how this can spiral into something extremely profitable for you?
Assuming that folks don't want to know what you're offering or already know what you're offering is a mistake that a LOT of Ecourse Creators do, please don't fall into that trap. Oh, and make sure your Ecourse is enjoyable as well.
Bottom line is, don't underestimate the lack of knowledge out there.
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