How to Create Your Course Outline Fast

Tiny Course Empire Podcast
Tiny Course Empire Podcast
How to Create Your Course Outline Fast

What if I told you that you don’t have to spend months (years!) creating your next course? That with nothing more than a pen and paper and an hour or so of focus time, you could develop a rock-solid course outline to take you all the way through to the finish line?

What’s more, what if I said this process is actually the key to creating real transformation for your students?

That’s what this week’s episode is all about.

I’m going to take you from idea to outline in under an hour. By the time we’re done, you’ll have found your focus and you’ll have a map to follow as you create the rest of your course. All that will be left is to fill in the blanks, because you’ll have already done the hard work of nailing down that outline.

Prefer a transcript? Here you go!

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • How to pinpoint the problems you can solve for your ideal customer, even if you don’t have an audience yet or don’t know who your ideal customer really is.
  • Why narrowing your focus will make your course even more appealing, and how to avoid “kitchen sink” syndrome in your training.
  • The simple tools I use and recommend that make outlining and organizing your course content easier.
  • How to turn your unique processes into a step-by-step digital training that serves your audience without costing you a year of your life in production time.

Resources mentioned:

  • Amy Porterfield’s podcast should be required listening for all online business owners.
  • I love using these 3 x 5 notecards for brainstorming and organizing my courses.
  • Trello is the perfect digital tool for outlining your course.
  • Mindnode is my choice for mind-mapping software. If you’re on a PC, check out SimpleMind
  • Six-Figure Systems is where you’ll find all of my courses, toolkits, and workshops just like this for one low, monthly price.
  • Quick & Easy Course Creation will help you take your course outline and turn it into a finished product, complete with video lessons, workbooks, and anything else your students need to succeed.