I like fundamentals-focused business building, and outline the principles of fundamentals-focused business building in my free Bootstrapping course.
Online learning has exploded in popularity over the last decade. In Covid, the field has found a tremendous force multiplier.
Many founders are now turning to online education for startup ideas. Here’s why: it can be extremely profitable because online courses do not require physical classrooms, startup costs are more affordable, and startup time frames are shorter. The ability to scale fast makes this space very attractive for new ventures.
If you want to build a venture in the online learning space, take this Udemy course for ideas and inspiration. The course features real-life startup founders. It has an intimate, conversational feel.
Let’s face it. Money is a major issue for every startup. Luckily, nowadays founders can begin on a shoestring budget. The lean startup principle works, as the industry has seen time and again.
Consider bootstrapping in all its glory. It will save you many headaches. These three Udemy courses on bootstrapping should get you going.
Once you’ve bootstrapped to an extent, you’d consider raising funding. Learn:
Here you have it. All seven courses above are chock-full of real-world startup founders’ stories and strategies.
The majority started their ventures with little upfront capital. You’ll learn about ways to bootstrap your online learning business while still managing other aspects of your life.
Looking For Some Hands-On Advice?
For entrepreneurs who want to discuss their specific businesses with me, I’m very happy to assess your situation during my free online 1Mby1M Roundtables, held almost every week. You can also check out our free Bootstrapping Course, our Udemy courses, YouTube channel, podcast interviews with VCs and Founders.