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    Anonymous @

    Where I am currently:   2 years ago, I created an eCourse for horse women who had lost their confidence.  It teaches techniques for managing anxiety, nervousness and fear.  It has not taken off the way I had hoped.

    What I intend to accomplish:  I intend to find ways to make my existing eCourse better and to get it to the horse women who need it.  I also intend to learn how to create and launch more eCourses to help horsewomen and their horses around the world.

     

    The action steps I’m going to take:  I am going to follow through with all of the lessons, meet regularly with my Buddy, keep an open mind, and commit to doing my daily rituals.  I will feel resistance at times, and refuse to give in and let it stop me from moving forward.  I have nothing to lose and lots to gain from the process.

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    Trish Hyatt
    Adventurer
    @trish_hyatt

    I always thought your “Confident Rider, Confident Horse” book would make excellent eCourse material  (I have two copies)

    I happen to know how much you have to teach, me too. I suggest you pick a small project for your first go round as there are a lot of technical things to learn, unless you’re going to pay someone to do that part,. It can become your freebie and it will be less overwhelming.

     

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    Anonymous @

    Thanks, Trish.  Your support is very much appreciated and helpful. 🙂

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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    Awesome Anne!  I second @trish_hyatt. Keep your first course simple and straight forward and grow from there. If you already have a book, perhaps you can break the chapters into modules and go from there? Or if you think upgrading your existing course is a great use of time then go with that  🙂

    Let us know if you have questions about that.

    Once we get to Architekt Forest in January we’ll help you make up your mind on the course you want to create!

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