You create a course, test it on a few of your mastermind friends, make some changes, and then put it on the market. Of those who actually buy it, some folks thank you for the course, some say it’s great, but most others don’t say a thing.
If you have a course platform that can report on your students’ progress you might even see that only 20 or 30% have even bothered to get through it.
What’s in the way? Is there anything you can do to help your students to complete your course and get the most out of it?
In this post, I’ll cover 3 techniques you can choose from to get useful, honest feedback on your course. I’ll move from the easiest technique to one necessitating greater effort and preparation on your part (but still within your reach) and finally discuss an approach that you can actually outsource. Yay!
Let’s start with the easiest: