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What is the Online Course Creation from A-Z course?

I wrote my first course in 2019 and fell in love with the process. What I've noticed over the last few years of taking many different online courses is that some are great, and some are terrible (like...really terrible!). 

I have a solid track record of success when it comes to creating courses and teaching in a way that leaves no one behind. I've made over $100,000 from courses alone and I wanted to impart that wisdom into others so that together we can create a world where online courses are helpful and get people the results they're after. Isn't that the point? 

This course will have everything you need to start creating and selling your own courses. When I say from A-Z, I really mean that. If you've been looking for someone to show you step by step exactly how to create courses, this is the course for you!

Here's what you will learn:
  • How to outline your course so that your delivery is solid
  • What to include and what to leave out
  • What tools to use from the creation of your content to selling your courses (including super budget friendly and free options)
  • The pros and cons of different course platforms
  • Video walkthroughs of how to upload your content into the platform you choose (from the options I go through)
  • Additional tips you haven't thought of
  • Everything I wish someone had told me about course creation before I started
  • Support group for questions so that you never get stuck
  • Free course upgrades and lifetime access

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Who am I?

My name is Meggan and I am an Award Winning & Amazon Best Selling Published Author, Course Creator, Adoptee, and co-founder of the Starfish Stories Publishing Company. 

I help women tell their beautiful, powerful, & authentic stories. I live my life around the concept of the starfish story, where a woman is tossing washed up starfish back into the ocean as they lay dying on the shore, and someone comes along and scoffs at her. He tells her she can’t possibly make a difference because there are thousands and she’ll never get to them all in time. She picks one up, tosses it back into the water, and says,

“It made a difference to that one.” 

I want to make a difference, even if it's just for "that one" person.

xo Meggan

Come fly with me!

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