629 – Technical Aspects Of How To Create An Online Course – The Membership Series
Published February 12, 2019
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    In the podcast:

    01:58 – Some course examples
    04:00 – One-page versus master classes
    06:11 – What 10XPRO allows
    07:10 – The customization possible
    08:40 – Other great features
    10:23 – Where converts come from
    12:26 – Bring your own assets
    14:30 – The power of integration
    17:52 – Bringing people back
    19:06 – What about payments?
    20:56 – Incorporating media
    23:44 – Course completion and certificates
    26:03 – Preparing your course
    30:13 – On video content
    32:55 – Rounding things out

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    Part 6 of the series


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    Transcription:

    James: James Schramko here. Welcome back to SuperFastBusiness.com. This is Episode 629. Actually, I'm going to be revisiting a topic that I covered many episodes ago, around Episode 316. There was an episode called How To Create Your Course Fast. Today we're digging a little more into the topic of courses. I’ve brought back my special guest, John Lint, as part of The Membership Series. Welcome back, John.

    John: Hello hello, how are you?

    John: Good. We were just chatting about memberships. Recently, you've got 10X PRO.io software that does memberships. It's similar to some of the other products out there in the market, on the surface. You think it's a software that can build funnels, so it's a little bit like ClickFunnels. It's software that can create courses, so it's a little bit like Kajabi and those sort of tools.

    So what we're going to be talking about is just some of the basics around the course. In the previous episode on this series, we actually talked about, I think it was Episode 619, James Schramko clean 34:34 628 – 12 Reasons Why $10 Million Per Year May In Fact Be More Than ‘Enough’ – Perhaps $1.2M Is Plenty https://www.superfastbusiness.com/business/628-12-reasons-why-10-million-per-year-may-in-fact-be-more-than-enough-perhaps-1-2m-is-plenty/ Thu, 07 Feb 2019 07:25:32 +0000 https://www.superfastbusiness.com/?p=53107 Ten million dollars a year certainly sounds attractive, but how much better is it than $1.2 million? Hear James Schramko’s arguments for being content with the latter. Ten million dollars a year certainly sounds attractive, but how much better is it than $1.2 million? Hear James Schramko’s arguments for being content with the latter. James Schramko

    Episode highlights:

    00:50 - A satisfying yet frightening move
    02:31 - You’re no longer in quicksand
    03:49 - No more need to budget
    04:37 - You do your part for the economy
    05:14 - Your kids can explore their passions
    05:34 - You can pay for someone else’s time
    06:53 - Time to enjoy your own passions
    07:26 - Projects that don’t pay
    07:59 - Better physical health
    08:20 - You no longer hate Mondays
    09:02 - You love what you do
    09:25 - No more “one day” mindset
    10:23 - You can’t be fired

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    Transcription:

    James Schramko here and welcome to Episode 628 of SuperFastBusiness. This is a podcast which has been published for many, many years. Today I'm going to talk about 12 reasons why $10 million per year may in fact be more than enough. Perhaps $1.2 million is plenty.

    A satisfying yet frightening move

    You see, 10 years ago I walked into the car dealership I was being paid $300,000 a year to run, and handed in my resignation. To this day, it remains one of the most satisfying things I've ever done, and also one of the most frightening, for all that $300,000 a year is a lot of money.

    The job was highly stressful. It involved me working six days a week and didn't afford me a good lifestyle. Adding insult to injury was the fact that there was little leftover from that yearly amount once taxes and the expenses of raising and schooling four children in Sydney, one of the world's most expensive cities, were paid.

    What allowed me to pull the trigger on quitting my job? Well, for three years, I'd been working a second shift each night, 9 p.m. to one, two, or 3 a.m. sometimes, building up a secondary income from my online businesses. I'd always said the day the income from my online ventures matched the income from my job, I’d quit my job.

    But while it was very satisfying to hand in my notice at the dealership, anyone who has their own business knows hanging out a shingle for yourself often involves swapping a bad boss for a worse boss, you. I once heard someone say that you need to be earning three times as much working for yourself as you would for someone else in order for all the stress and hassle of owning a business to be worth it. So upon quitting my job at the dealership, I set about getting my yearly income above the $900,000 mark. Within three months, I was making six figures a month, and I've gone on to do so every month since. Now, this was over 10 years ago.

    James Schramko clean 14:33 627 – Can You Make 100K Per Month? The Green Flags To Look For https://www.superfastbusiness.com/business/627-can-you-make-100k-per-month-the-green-flags-to-look-for/ Mon, 04 Feb 2019 10:09:35 +0000 https://www.superfastbusiness.com/?p=53019 In a solo podcast episode, James Schramko goes step-by-step through the diagnostic questions he uses in his high-level business coaching program. In a solo podcast episode, James Schramko goes step-by-step through the diagnostic questions he uses in his high-level business coaching program. James Schramko

    In this episode:

    02:00 - The underlying motivation
    03:10 - So, what do you do?
    04:20 - What does success look like?
    06:44 - This one’s powerful
    08:05 - The importance of surroundings
    09:24 - That thing called fun
    10:45 - Routine and effective hourly rate
    12:04 - How the business is structured
    13:53 - Scoping out the team
    15:03- What’s the business model?
    15:44 - Products, services and pricing
    17:20 - What’s the best hook?
    18:16 - Looking for solid systems
    19:18 - The competition involved
    20:11 - Cash flow and marketing
    22:45 - Owning the racecourse
    23:21 - Costs versus revenue
    23:46 - Affiliates and presence
    24:44 - The sales view
    25:09 - Understanding the owner

    Making $10,000 to $500,000 a year? Reach that next digit with James’s help inside SuperFastBusiness membership

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    Transcription:

    James Schramko here and welcome to Episode 627 of SuperFastBusiness. This podcast is going to be just me today. I want to share with you some insights behind the scenes of when I'm coaching a business, and what I'm looking for as I'm doing the diagnostic process.

    Now, I recently ran a training inside SuperFastBusiness membership for members, where I went through a diagnostic that I go through when it comes to my highest-level program. And using that diagnostic checklist, members are able to now tune up their business and see where the big gaps are because this is a gap analysis exercise. You can see where you're at, you can see where you should be, and you can see what the gap is. And that provides the opportunity for you to make an action plan to achieve that gap.

    Now, you will need some expertise, of course, along the way. And this is where I help members by coaching them. But in this episode, I want to share with you why I ask some of the questions I ask and what I'm looking for. And you might get an indication as to what some of the green flags are that would help you know if you've got a great business that's just doing okay. Maybe you've got a $500,000 a year business that should be a $5 million a year business. Maybe you have a $10,000 a year income that could easily be $100,000 a year. That's what I want to go through in today's episode. It’s a solo podcast episode today, just me. I hope you enjoy it. So let's get into it.

    The underlying motivation

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