Did you find a few problems related to your niche yesterday? If the answer to that question is “yes”, then you’re ready to move on to the next stage.
And that is finding the solution!
Now it’s time to do a huge homework. Take a look at some of those answers suggested on forum sites, Yahoo! Answers and elsewhere. Do they make sense? Unfortunately, some people think it’s funny to give flippant or misleading answers to readers’ questions. Discount those.
Instead, look at the highest rated answers. Some forum sites allow members to ‘like’ responses, and these are often the ones which solve the problem best. Likewise, take a look at the ‘Best Answer’ responses on Yahoo! Answers, but don’t discount the other, more sensible answers, too.
Try these answers out (if it’s practical) and make sure they work; then think ‘outside the box’ and come up with your own solutions, too.
Being able to personally attest that the solution works will help you in three ways:
1) It means you’ll find it easier when you start to devise a strategy (more about that tomorrow)
2) It bolsters your credibility, because you can truthfully say the course is based on your own personal experiences, and
3) If you have Q & A with your course, you’ll be able to answer students’ questions with confidence because you’ll know what you’re talking about.
Be sure to take plenty of notes as you work on your solutions, too. Treat the whole process as you would a scientific experiment.
Look out for your next course tomorrow!
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