Today I want to share my clarity with you. But my aim is not just to share the feeling, I want to get you to the same place of clarity where I’m at right now.What am I talking about?
A few months ago I officially shut down my online course business called Presentation Hero. And today I am ready to share my post mortem review of this project. Want to know how to launch a course? How much revenue you can make? How much it can cost to create the course materials? Want to know if I made a profit? All of the answers are in my article.
Measuring what happens to a project, a business or an idea is the way to have the clearest possible picture, to know exactly what happened and to get the most learning out of the experience. It’s not enough to put in the work: the best way to end any project is to step on the other side with perfect clarity.
This is the reason why I’m adamant that it’s of great importance to share articles such as yearly reviews and ex-post, radically open analyses. Are you up for the challenge of writing and sharing your own? I would love to read them.
That’s it. Please enjoy my candid review of my online course, together with my usual selection of the articles that have caught my eye in the last few days.
7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Create an Online Course – From a reformed course creator
A radically open and honest post mortem of my online course. There are 7 reasons and 7 lessons that I’ve learned while conceiving, creating, marketing and selling Presentation Hero. And many good reasons why I closed it down last year. This time I didn’t lose money, I even made a small profit. But the real value, as usual, is not in the money, but in the meaning.
The Busier You Are, the More You Need Quiet Time
Taking time for silence restores the nervous system, helps sustain energy, and conditions our minds to be more adaptive and responsive.
Brave New World: the pill-popping, social media obsessed dystopia we live in
Alternative facts owe more to Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World than Orwell’s 1984.
AI Is Going to Change the 80/20 Rule
Three reasons why.
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