How can you build income by teaching your creative passion? How does that affect your identity as an artist? Cathy shares the 7 essential ingredients to launch your course, including how to organize your lessons with valuable content, where you can teach your talents, how to find students, and how to jump over the inevitable hurdles that pop up along the way. 

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TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE:

Cathy speaking at Podcast Movement 2017

Cathy speaking at Podcast Movement 2017

  1. Get the content down. Brain dump first. Figure out the syntax and steps afterwards.
  2. It's not rocket science. If you commit, you will figure it out.
  3. Offer free content to prove that you have value. But don't teach everything for free.
  4. When you start, don't bite off more than you can chew. 
  5. You don't need a PhD - but you need to have results.
  6. Have enthusiasm and passion for your class. It will be your greatest asset.
  7. Know your ideal student - what problems can you help them solve?
  8. There will always be a tribe for you.
  9. Just because you teach, it doesn't mean you're not an artist.
  10. Everyone has a class in them.
  11. It's totally okay to share your secrets to success. After all, no one can take your destiny.


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