Lesson Four – Time To Start Devising A Strategy

Feb 09

Today I want to help you devise a strategy to implement the solutions discovered yesterday. That’s why I said you should take plenty of notes and treat the whole process like a scientific experiment.

It’s important that you’re able to clearly explain to students EXACTLY what they should do, and how they should go about doing it, to achieve the desired outcome and which as we already know is the satisfactory solution of whatever problem your home study course is setting out to solve.

Take the solution you’ve discovered and break it down into stages, so students know: First you do this, then you do that, then you do something else etc. etc..

Here’s a tip:

Start at the solution and work backwards to the problem. That way you can be sure each stage works and leads seamlessly from one to another.

Practice this yourself. Don’t worry about how many stages are involved or how long it takes. We’ll cover that tomorrow and the next day. Just make sure everything works as it should.

For example, if your home study course is in the stock trading niche, you should try making some trades with your strategy and note the results. You’ll be able to use them as example course materials anyway, so this won’t be time and money wasted.

Now is also the time to begin thinking about how you’re going to be delivering your course – written, audio, video, combination of all three? If your course is going to show people how to do something, then video, graphics or a webinar might be the solution. Otherwise, audio or just the written word may suffice. You need to factor this into your strategy, too.

Whatever you do, you’ll need to put all this together in outline form to give a structure to your course.

 

Look out for your next lesson tomorrow.

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