I had a successful 1st launch but there was a lot of resistance for me to do it again and so many months went by where I did nothing.
I avoided taking action & let things get in the way.
But I knew that since I was feeling that resistance, I needed to do it, and to do it regardless of the outcome.
I needed to learn the skill of launching a course, because I knew the power of community and being able to impact people on more than just a 1x1 basis.
I also knew this:
Building a knowledge-based offer is the PERFECT business.
You already know 20% more about something than the average person.
People will pay you to help them close the gap from where they are to where you are.
You don’t need to be the absolute expert or guru in a field to teach others.
You just need to be a little bit ahead of others to do so, and it’s much easier than you think.
I’ve see it done over and over again by others and have done it myself.
But people don’t try because they overcomplicate the process.
You don’t need to ditch your job or invest money or time into an idea to see if it works.
In October of last year, I noticed that I had been getting a lot of people asking me various questions about LinkedIn.
At that same time I was going through a course to learn how to build digital courses because I was planning on building one about mindset.
I had only been active on LinkedIn for about 4 months at the time, but I had a lot of success and I knew I could teach others some good stuff.