Overview

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Course-storming helps you create dozens of course ideas and narrow those ideas down, so you can create and launch a single MVC.

Your Guide

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Rick

Hi everyone! I'm co-founder of ruzuku and am here to serve! sds

About this Course

We’ve observed that many people who aspire to create their own courses never get past that first step of ‘dreaming.’ We’re determined to help you do more.

This is the first course in a series of courses designed to help you brainstorm a variety of ideas that can compete in the marketplace, help you get feedback from your customers, and ultimately help you build your first minimum viable course.

This course, the first course, is focused on teasing out all those great ideas. We'll do this through a series of creative exercises. The course is split into three lessons.

In the first lesson, we’ll explore the topics you’re passionate about. These will be broad categories of interests -- some, or many of these, you might not even be interested in teaching, but we want you to explore all your interests. We'll use the results to help you ideate even more amazing courses for the topics you are interested in teaching.

In the second lesson, we will explore course ideas for each of your passions. We'll go through a process of iteration, combination, and refinement to generate many, many amazing course ideas. 

And in the last lesson, we're going to combine, evaluate, and eliminate course ideas until you have a core set of 3-5 ideas that you're excited to teach. And this is really where those other topics come into play: We'll look at ways to combine courses from other interests with courses from your passions so that you can possibly build something that is unique in the marketplace AND piques multiple passions in powerful ways. We believe, that if you teach something you are passionate about -- especially something that tickles multiple passions, you will be more successful and have more fun than anyone else out there.

By the end of the course, you'll walk away with 3-5 (or more) course ideas that you can turn into Minimum Viable Courses. As mentioned above, we'll be releasing some courses in the not-too-distant future to help you do just that.