If you know that you’re providing what your audience wants, then you’re going to be successful.
It was great to hear the different insights from so many individuals I respect and admire, and to chat with Nate about the evolution of both of our businesses since my very first podcast so long ago. I hope you enjoy listening in!
In This Episode, We Talked About:
- Pat Flynn’s advice for course creators, and a cool tool for connecting with students that I implemented after my experience with enrolling for one of his courses
- The steps Amy Porterfield thinks are key as you work towards developing your course content
- John Lee Dumas’ perspective on the importance of niche when planning your very first online course
- The mindset Phil Ebiner believes is the key to having your priorities in order for your business
- Isaac Rudansky’s advice for keeping your online course grounded in meeting students’ actual needs
- What Nate recommends you do before even thinking about the details of your course
- The most important social platform I think every new course creator should get started with
I hope you enjoy this very special 30th-anniversary edition of the podcast! Feel free to chime in below with comments on which piece of advice got you thinking the most.