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Need tips for writing an e-courseViews: 254
Mar 19, 2008 2:11 am re: re: re: Need tips for writing an e-course

Linda Walker

I'm just now finishing the first eBook of my Maximum Productivity Makeover program and am getting ready to test it with a few good clients.

To develop it and make it relevant to your business, I would strongly suggest that you consider the following questions:

1. what are the building blocks that your clients have to go through to finally become "great parents", ie. what information do they need?

for example, 1) they need to understand their role; 2) they need to learn the best ways to discipline their kids... 3) how to communicate so kids listen; 4) how to create communication channels that allow kids to talk to you.... I don't know, just making things up from my own experience as a parent.

Once you've done that you can either develop each block separately as an ebook or write a bird's eye view of what parents need to learn to be great parents.

You can then develop programs from that directed at parents who purchased your ebook... the sky's the limit.

Good luck!


Linda Walker
Entrepreneur Coach

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