Have you spent hours creating self study courses for your clients but not had the feedback or engagement that you had hoped for?

Or have you tried courses yourself but find they always end up stuffed under all the other bits and bobs you might get around to one day?

Have you ever wondered why that is? Is the course not really what you expected, not engaging or stimulating enough or is the content really just plain boring?

Fortunately Jess is going to change all this for you, check out what she’s sharing with you on today’s episode how to get your course to be the one people want to buy and complete!

  • What you should be concentrating on to create user focused content, stop bombarding people with information they can’t digest
  • How can you make your course more interactive, it’s got to be enjoyable for your audience to keep them motivated
  • What is a passive or semi passive course and how it can help you


“ Make sure that you are creating courses that are impactful, insightful, simple and ultimately that you’re always doing the best fr your learners.” 

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