The hardest thing for someone to do with the very own Ecourse is to start it! Yes, you read that right.
Too many people worry about how it's going to look; if the content will be good enough; if people will like it; if people will PAY for it; how long should it be, ect.
All those concerns are ones that you should think about. BUT, before you get to those concerns, you first have to START your Ecourse. Worrying about all that other stuff is doing nothing except taking away from your creativeness and your thoughts.
If you feel you don't have an idea for your ecourse, but you know you want to do something, you're not alone. Is it frustrating? Only if you want it to be. You see, designing your ecourse first starts with a pen, paper, and an idea. The idea can be just about anything you would like. Usually, a good place to start is some sort of personal hobby of yours. You can also use a lifestyle, a professional, or a craft you know something about. In other words, just about anything you would like! (as long as you have some sort of knowledge about that topic)
The thing NOT to do is wonder if people are interested in what you do. Why? Because of this internet thing, there are millions and millions of people out there looking for stuff. What are the chances of a couple of those people being interested is the same thing as you?
So, to get started, all you need is a desire, throw in some action, and the rest will fall into place. Don't worry about the look, the cost, or the length. Everything will come into place AFTER you get started. But it will never work if you never get started!
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