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First-Time Course Creators Are Failing Because Of This

Course Creators Making A Course
Photo by Karolina Grabowska

Course creators are making the mistake of making their course first.

This has got to stop. Don’t make your online course first.

Logically, it makes sense that you may make this mistake. To enjoy a cupcake you must make it first.

But in business, if we make a product and then ask people if they want it, chances are they…

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