Fast Video Course Production from Filming to Published Class in 1 Hour! | Jerry Banfield | Skillshare

Fast Video Course Production from Filming to Published Class in 1 Hour!

Jerry Banfield, Teaches 105 Skillshare Classes

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7 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. Start Filming 30 Minute Video Classes in an Hour of Real Time!

      2:46
    • 2. Best Microphone for Filming Online Courses on a Budget

      3:18
    • 3. Best Camera for a High Quality 1080 HD Picture on a Budget

      2:03
    • 4. OBS Video Production Setup for Filming Online Courses

      10:37
    • 5. Soft Skills Necessary to Rapidly Produce Video Courses

      5:59
    • 6. Course Title, Subtitle, and Description Writing Explained

      8:54
    • 7. How to Get Students and Make Sales?

      3:21

About This Class

This course took me a total of 56 minutes to produce and I will show you exactly how I did it!  You can start teaching online today and refine your video production process for making online courses with the highest quality in the least amount of time with OBS!  See which microphone and camera I recommend for a recording experience so good there is no need to edit audio or video after filming!  Discover the simple soft skills you need with public speaking to film engaging tutorials without having to cut the humanity and errors!

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1. Start Filming 30 Minute Video Classes in an Hour of Real Time!: Are you ready to see how I film a 30 minute video course in just one hour of real time today? Being able to film quick video courses is an outstanding opportunity to, ah, teach people to share your knowledge and therefore toe have the chance to be a full time entrepreneur. Online filming video course has been the single best thing I've ever done in terms off my online career, my job and thus I'll show you how to do it right here yourself. Why 30 minute video courses? People are so busy these days, and when people see huge lengthy courses, often the responses. Whoa, I'm not him going to be able to finished that course. Why even started? The 30 minute course is a very good length because it's appealing to people who look at it and say, Yes, I wash that entire course Right now. The key is to be able to do this in just a hour of real time because then, if you want to film course online and you've got an hour a day, you could literally film a course every single day of the week, even if you already had a full time job, thus is really important to be able to film. Ah, good quality course in a short amount of time to keep it accountable. I am using a stopwatch throughout this course to show you how much real time I've spent on it. Now all I've got done beforehand is a thumbnail for this course, which you could make a quick thumbnail in Canada yourself. For me, my graphic design is terrible. If you can hire a graphic designer to make thumbnails, that can really help you out. That said, I am doing the rest of this course. I have no outline. I've done nothing but think about a little bit to planet. I'll show you exactly how long it takes in real time toe actually get the course done from start to finish now. By done, I will mean to have the videos up and write the text that you'll be able to put it on any different platform and sell it there thus that your project for this course is to do as I've done. Once you see this, make your own course. That's 30 minutes along in just a Knauer of real time. And here's the thing. If you're not a veteran of filming courses like me and might take you two hours a real time , it might take you three or four hours real time. But that's our right. What I'm giving you here is a process to film your courses really fast at the best quality in the least amount of time. That's ultimately what we're going for. If you want to make courses online, best quality in the lowest amount of your real time. That way, you're freed up to do other things. Are you ready? I am excited to share this course with you. Let's begin and look at the equipment you will need to film. 2. Best Microphone for Filming Online Courses on a Budget: the first piece of equipment I recommend to get is this Shure sm 58 s microphone bundle. The microphone is a critical component of having a quality online course. Now I've got about $1000 set up that I'm using. But what I'm showing you is a much cheaper option to give you the very best audio quality at the lowest cost. Using your built in microphone or using your a cheap headset. These air really bad options because the audio quality is one of those subconscious signals that people get. That says Either this is good or bad. Ah, lot of us are used to listening to very high quality audio and were immediately turned off when we hear really nasty or yucky audio. Ah, lot of amateurs and beginners like me try and compensate for this by using audio editing software. And this is the opposite approach you want to take for filming a course in the least amount of time. Why? Because as to ah, new instructor I just talked to the other day, they spend one minute recording and then five minutes editing on average, and this is unsustainable. That's why I've set this up. You film an entire course the 30 minutes long in just an hour. You do not have time to screw around editing your audio. Here's how you do it. You get a microphone where the audio sounds good as soon as it comes in. Once you've got an audio set up, that sounds good. As soon as you record it, you don't need to edit it with enough practice, especially, you will talk naturally and from the heart, but we'll talk more about that in a second. The key thing is that your audio will come in good enough where you don't need to put all these audio post processing effects on it. I recommend this microphone because it's a classic. This is what you see people using on stage. It's good at not picking up a bunch of background noise. It's good at directly taking your voice from your mouth and talking into it. This comes with the stand, and it comes with the cables. Now the other thing you'll need for this is an audio interface. So on audio interface that you've got right here this audio interface, the focus right, Scarlett Solo to I to this audio interface here, we'll give you the ability to actually get this microphone into your computer. You will need to get this microphone into your computer, using this USB audio interface to you by the microphone and this USB audio interface, and that's a total of about $250 an audio equipment. However, that is a massive boost to your credibility on massive boost your quality, and it will give you a solid sounding audio where you don't need to edit it at all. You see if I'm filming, of course, the 30 minutes long in an hour of actual time, and I'm including the planning, the outlining of the course, the filming of all the videos and then even getting the upload started. If you're going to do that, you don't have time to do any editing at all. I'll talk to you more about that, but you've got to set up right here. Once you've got this audio, then you're ready to get the video in. And once you get the video and you've got everything you need, 3. Best Camera for a High Quality 1080 HD Picture on a Budget: for the second key component of recording, I recommend. Have your face on there. I much prefer seeing people's faces if they're making a video class, and this is the webcam, I recommend to do it with the logic text. See 9 30 e. This is under $100 at least for me in the US, and it gives you a much better quality lots of times. And using a laptop microphone or you don't you? It's comparable quality to paying a lot more for other cameras. This will allow you to just plug straight into the computer via USB. Then you'll have a pretty good picture. And if you get the logic tech camera settings, app, then you can control the color and the balance. Then, if you get a pull up chroma key in the background, I've actually got a green painted wall behind me. But if you get a pull up chroma key, it's just like a little projector screen. Except it's a green screen so you can just search for pullup chroma key. You combine this with your logic tech C 9 30 e camera, and you'll have a good looking backdrop that you can easily go into and edit and have a chroma key. This will give you the appearance of a a professional like me. And you can see this Onley costs on Lee for something that could make you a lot of money. Like filming video courses. This costs less than $500. In fact, this plus the microphone is about $350. That's all the equipment you really need to do a good job with this filming set up. Now, once you've got the camera, the audio and ideally, the green screen might be another 1 50 So you can get that for 500 than for $500. You will have a filming set up that can make you, ah, lot of money in video course sales in ad revenues that can help you build a following. And that gives you up everything you need to be a full time entrepreneur online or to be on your way there. Now that we've got the equipment set up, let's take a look at the software 4. OBS Video Production Setup for Filming Online Courses: for your video filming software where you put together your camera, You put together your microphone and you put together your screen. The best option is named open broadcaster software. You can see it right here It goes by O b s for short. This is what I used to fill my video courses after initially filming with Cam Tasia because O B s is free and no bs is made for live streaming. But what's really nice about O B s is the ability to very quickly Ah, just what you're doing in real time. Like I can move my camera angle here in real time. This is a powerful feature and most importantly, when I film a video no b s, the rendering is done as soon as I hit the record button. This is my secret. Really. That allows me to film videos so fast I don't have to render them When you use something like Cam Tasia to record and you screw around and edited a bunch and then you need to render it That takes a lot of time When I just literally hit, start, start talking keep talking forever. And then I hit Stop I'm done. I'm ready to upload my video as soon as I've hit. Stop. And that takes things to the next level and the beauty of it. This is for free. You don't even need to buy anything. So if we go to O. B s studio here, you can see it's on Windows on Mac, and it's on Linux. It's very easy to bring your camera in your audio in and pull all different types of sources in to make minute high quality adjustments to give your picture a really good touch . So once you've got O. B s downloaded and set up, then the key thing to do next is configure it. So I'll go in here with you and we'll look at some of the basic configurations. The first thing you have in O. B. S. You have scenes. Now, before you even do that, you may want to go in here and check your settings so the settings option is on the lower right now. If you really want to go, try hard like me, you can see what I'm using is the Delgado stream deck. This allows me to dynamically move my face around the video. I can even put video things like subscribe to my channel. I can trigger I can move my video around in real time, which is really cool. I'm doing that by the Al Gatto stream decks switches between scenes here for me. So this gives me the ability to take things to the next level. But before you get to that point, you hit settings up here, and what you need to do is make sure your videos set up in the correct way. I recommend make sure your base canvas resolution in your output scaled resolution is 1920 by 10. 80 and your common FPs values our 60. That gives you the highest quality video. Then on the audio over here, you just need to make sure your microphone is in the correct source. Now, if you bought the wrong what I recommended, it will say Scarlett something. And that will be where your microphone is. Now what you could put if you wanted to mono on it might be nice, but and then you can go over to output here. But this is on Lee. If you're live streaming, so you don't need to do that So once you've got your video over here, you can go into advanced if you need to. But you really don't need to. You just set the video up correctly. Then you get the You hit the recording button on here. You can see it says stop recording down here, You at the record button and just start talking. Now, once you've got that configured and you've got your video correctly set up, then is really easy to move things around and configure panels. The first key thing you want to do is add your camera as a source and whatever your first scene is. So in your first scene you will go over here and add your camera. So you up what? You have the plus sign, and then you will put in video capture device, and that should be your camera. If it's a USB camera, it should show up as one of the devices in there. So once you add your camera in, then it looks something like this. So if I hit it like this, it has the resolution 1920 by 10. 80 it as a device name now, since I'm actually used in a Canon X 11 into a capture card that it's called USB Capture HD in mind. Now that set up costs around $1500. But this gives me a significantly better picture than using that logic. Texi 9 30 e, which I do because I'm a professional. I do this all the time. It makes sense to spend that extra money on it. I have the 60 frame right here. I hit. Cancel on that. Now the next thing, the key thing to do on the camera is to put a filter. And if you've got the green screen and do the chroma key, the O. B s chroma key runs pretty good. Straight up at the default settings, I turn the contrast up a little bit to give myself a little bit more color and what's cool . If you want to turn off the chroma key, you can just hit this button. And now look, you'll see the chroma keys off on. What you can see now is where my green screen actually is. So if I move myself out here, you can see this is what it really looks like with no chroma can. That's why O B s is awesome. You can change all this stuff in real time. So you've got you've got the chroma key. You can see on these different size scenes that I'm using where the actual green screen is . And then when I go, I go put it up over here and I go over to filters and I turn the chroma key back on. Then everything is all set back behind me. Not once you've got your camera in and your audio and you may need to sink them. This is one of the key things to make sure your mouth is speaking exactly at the same time your audio is going off, So what you can do to do this is to do a quick clap test. Do you do a quick clap test and you make sure you make sure that your hands you hold your hands up to the camera, you make sure your hands touch at the exact same time in the recording. That's your that the audio is spiking. You can do this with the audio editing program. I use Final cut Pro X. All I do is I take it in. I make sure that the audio spikes. Right? One. My hands touch and what I've found is ah, 115 Smilla. Second, or about 1/10 of a second difference by default. So make sure your lips lineup make sure your clap test lines up exactly toe where your lips really are. Now, if you're using a USB camera, this might not be an issue. But with me, I've got a little bit of lag because I'm using that can annex a 11 into a capture card. And I've got 115 millisecond difference, which is enough to annoy me. If I watch someone else like that in O. B s or any program, make sure your audios lined up in the beauty of doing it. This way is once you set it up this way, it's lined up this way indefinitely. You never have to change it. You're just going to advance the audio properties. Your sink offset is done, and you calculate that based on the frames. So if it's 60 frames per second, you calculate the seconds based on the frame difference. So mine was off. About 1/10 of a second, about six or seven frames is what it was off. And then I just put that in there now, in order to get your background on. So we've got the microphone and the camera connected in order to get your background on. The last thing you need to do is add a monitor. So if you hit plus on here and you pick up on a not you can do individual browsers on here . You can do a display capture. What you want to usually do is do a display capture. If you had to display capture, it will allow you to pick up on entire monitor, and then you can easily pick up one monitor or another. You can crop it if you need to, but the basic thing to do is hit, plus and hit display capture. And once you've hit display capture, then that your set all you do from here is move yourself around. So, for example, if I want to change the size of this, I can just drag this two different sizes. So let's say I want to make this bigger. I can drag it there now. Be aware you can't undo stuff like this lots of times, so if you do that, then it can make it slightly off so you can just drag this. You can also right click and go to transform. You can always go to reset transform any time you want to, and that will put you back to the default. And then if you've got something else like, I can go to the small right and I can hit, transform, and I can hit, edit, transform. And this will give me the ability to put things in exactly the right position. This way I can see Okay, exactly what size it is. And then you can also shrink it, or you can expand it. So if I go over the properties, that's the display one. If you're not seeing the selection, make sure you're on the right source. So I was not on the right selection over here. Then I can see the exact size this is over here on that one. So, for example, I wanted to match it up there. Could, But O. B s is so cool. You could just literally dragged yourself exactly how big you want it. Put yourself in there. You can even do this in real time. while you're recording, you can also add some color fields. If you've got a website, you can put things like that up there. If you've got something like a YouTube channel, you can put something like a little background artwork asking people to subscribe on it. There's a ton of things you can do in O. B s to take your set up to a beautiful professional level. I've given you all of the basic details that you need in order to set the foundation up where you can then film courses and just crank them out without having to spend a bunch of time editing. Now that I've shown you how to set the equipment up from the audio equipment, the video equipment and then the actual software that puts it all together now we'll talk about some or the soft skills you need in order to actually use this equipment successfully to make a course 5. Soft Skills Necessary to Rapidly Produce Video Courses: When you want to film a 30 minute video course in just a Knauer of real time, you'll need some soft skills or non technical skills that are involved with your person. In order to make this work, for example, you will need to be in the habit of speaking in such a way where you consistently are free from weird audio ticks or weird habits that are aggravating toe watch. For example, if you say things like, um and ah, this often is aggravating to consistently listen to the secret. To be free of this is to just notice every time you do it, see what kinds of circumstances you do it in and get in the habit of eliminating that from your vocabulary everywhere. That means when you're talking at an AA meeting, when you're talking your mom on the phone when you're doing anything, watch for how you're talking. I'm able to speak like I speak today without using a script, because I look at every single moment I'm talking as a practice run. I never have some kind of free time where I'm just talking in a way that I wouldn't want to speak again in a video course. All right, I guess occasionally I do talk on the phone with my friends, and I cussed a bit more than I would in a video course. Still, I talk in such a way that I'd want recorded, and that would sound good when it comes out. In other words, some mindset. I'm always practicing to film videos. This gives me the ability to not need to go through an edit. All those little uncomfortable, messed up things that air in my videos that when I started filming, there were lots of them. I'd be doing things, and, um and ah, one thing you can do to eliminate those is to be more comfortable with silence. Just let there be a little bit of silence. What we often do to say, um and, ah, we use these as fillers instead of just allowing ourselves to be quiet for a minute. One more quiet for a minute. It's often easier to come out with the next right thing to say. But if we're just talking really fast and on and on, and we just have to kind of, uh what you uh huh. We got to keep this No one is coming out of ourselves all the time. Lots of times it's more difficult to put a coherent sentence out there. Thus, just slow down for a moment. Let there be a little bit of silence and then say the next point. This also helps with the material B'more engaging. I have a friend. He recorded a beautiful video course in terms of the technical aspects of the course. He showed exactly how to do what he was trying to do, and it bored me to death because he went through an edited all the human elements out of it . Human elements like my little quirks, can be fun and endearing, especially when online so many of us see things that are edited heavily or the shows we watch. We have this craving for natural riel human interaction. It also gives us that honesty that we desire to communicate. So many people tell me, jury is just so transparent. Honest? That's something Aiken Dio. See how I just paused there instead of saying our, um I just waited a minute for the next word to come out. I'm able to communicate that honesty because I don't chop all my videos up. I'm just talking from the heart and this allows you to film with no script. If you really know what you're talking about, you don't need a script. Just talk about it. If you're thinking I'm not comfortable on camera do podcast. The idea is you communicate what you already know and just talk is if you're talking to a friend, pretend you're talking to your mother. Do you need a script to talk to your mother? Maybe Some of us do need script to talk to my mother. My mother mostly just talked, so I mostly just listen. But you get the point. Most of the talking you do you don't need a script for That's because you either good to be a thing or you already really know what you're talking about, which is definitely a combination of both for me. According to my wife. Also, you want some humor and what you're saying and yes, if you occasionally say something that's wrong, just correct it. This will allow you to skip the 10 times as much effort and energy of trying to edit and make things perfect instead of just filming it. What I do is I literally pushed your button. I start talking and I pushed your button to stop. Now, yes. When I first start something, I often will get my mess ups out of the way right away. For example, the 1st 2 times I started the video for the beginning of this course, I just couldn't have the words come out for some reason. Once I get rolling now. Whoa, no. Stop me from talking. I actually need to rein it in and not talk so much. One of the benefits of a script is telling you just what the same. You don't go off on a tangent like talking about your mother on the phone. Our How much, etcetera that I don't even know how to fix that. So I'm working on that right now. Buy aiming for a specific timeline, I say, Look, I want this course to be 30 minutes. Therefore I can't blab on for eight hours about any particular part of it. I need to get my point across and get it out. And then I hit done, and as soon as I punched down on this thing, that's if the video is ready. Toe upload. There's nothing else to do after that. And that's so sweet. Because is that is a 6. Course Title, Subtitle, and Description Writing Explained: Now we are ready. Once we've got the actual video course filmed, we are ready to then begin Or preferably have started with the title, the subtitle and the description. And if you haven't already done it, the thumbnail What will do from here is go through those technical aspects of getting the course uploaded that you'll need anywhere you're going to put it. Then you'll be ready to actually publish the course. Yes, I'm talking about in an hour of real time, assuming you have a decent upload actually having the course published, that is the level of activity we're going for here. What we focus on first is the title. I recommend you start with a title in mind and designed the thumbnail as the background image, just like I've done that way. You've got a nice background to use for it, and then you can just go into the technical details after that. Now, if you suck at graphic design for some reason, I just do graphic. I've done so much of my own graphic design just not good at it for so I just make stuff this ugly. Now I suppose if I focused on and I could learn it, but I just I don't care about it. I'd rather someone else do it. If you recognize a certain area like graphic design that you struggle with and it slows you down, then this is a good opportunity toe order or work with someone else and just get their graphics done for you. Because for something like a graphic design that you've got in the background like this, this is something you can get done for about $20. And if your time's valuable, this could save you a bunch of hassle. And for me, I get all my graphics design now, and that way I can just record ridiculously fast. My skill is talking and communicating. So why would I be spending my time screwing around making bad looking graphics? I don't know if you can answer that for me. You can figure out why did my graphic design that way for the 1st 6 years of my business? What you want to start with to begin with is a title. You want a title that's actionable. For example, for the title of this course, I called it film a 30 minute video course in one hour because it is both what the courses on, and it's a specific outcome. It tells you what you can do when you apply the course, and it even tells you how long it takes. The ideal title gives you something like that, and some of my most successful courses have had titles where you have some kind of outcome like that, and you have a title that's very clear, just the same as this. That said, some course platforms have rules about what you can do in a title. For example, you may not be able to say something like Get your first several 1000 followers on certain platforms. You can't guarantee results. Thus, the idea is to use a system if you can, and other times you can just keep it simple for examples. I could have called this video course production for beginners. That would have been a just fine title for it. You don't need to agonize forever over the title. I used to agonize so much over titles. Yes, a good title can make a difference, but the biggest difference is actually filming the course and getting it out there. There's no bigger difference then actually filming the course and getting it out there. If you're spending hours, which I've done before screwing around with titles and trying to make these things before, you've even made the course, you're defeating the point. The purposes. Get a title that works. Get in there and start teaching in the material. Get done with it and get it out there. When you iterated these things over and over again, you'll just naturally get better. And sometimes you'll need to produce a mediocre title and a mediocre course to get inspired to figure out a better one. And in that case, you can literally just do the better. One in another hour of real time. I've got here by doing hundreds of courses. Film a 30 minute video course in our it's It's a very good title, so we start with the title, then the next thing we want some kind of subtitle, depending on the platform. The idea for titles is you want to get Aziz many different possible terms people will search for in the title. Now this is what I call an action title. I just literally made that up right now. What I mean is that the title tells you everything, and it's an action. But it doesn't have much in the way of keywords what often worked great for keywords or specific pieces of software. For example, if I had called this film video courses in O. B s, that would be a title that's got some good keywords in it. Very often what people are searching for. People are searching for actionable titles related to certain keywords. For example, fill my 30 minute video course with this specific software in an hour. You want to make sure your title your subtitle into description is ideal for capturing the key words of what people might be looking for. Because organic search, especially on some platforms, is your best chance of getting organic sales. Thus, you want to make sure when you do your title, your subtitle and your description, you get any keywords in as early as possible. For example, if you're doing a course, let's say about Camp Tasia. Then you might want to use Camp Tasia as the very first word of it, even if it's like Tony Robbins did a book called Money Master The Game, he literally just put money is the first word of the title, and you could do that with something like Cam Tasia, Exclamation point film video courses in one hour. Or you could do ah specific platform or you could do a specific skill. You want your video course as much as possible to be related to exactly what people are searching for. And you can reverse engineer this by looking at How do you search for things? Once you start seeing how you work when you need to know something, then you're in a really good position to make the exact same kind of content for someone else. And ultimately, if you're filming video courses, you want to be able to make something that someone else will be looking for instead of and especially that stands out from what's already available. What this course stands out on. Is it such a short amount of time? And it's a very clear action step. At the same time, I didn't research any of the other courses on this because I've got so many courses and big enough following. I just do whatever I want to and put stuff out there, but sometimes I pay the price for investing an hour filming a course that nobody wanted. But that's all right, because other times I didn't even bother researching something, and it was exactly what was needed. With this production process, you just do it over and over again. Which means there's no need to agonize for hours and hours and hours over the title of the subtitle or the description. You just make sure to write something this down to earth and simple. Just talk like you're talking to a regular person. You don't need to use perfect sales copy. In fact, I have very happy memory in my mind of being on a platform where they hired a professional copywriter to a B test. That means to put their copy versus my copy on a particular course with a lot of visitors and sales My down to Earth. Here's what the courses about written to a regular person beat out the professional copywriters landing page. Thus, just talked to regular person your subtitle and that you are description and you can look at examples of mine. Teoh get an idea for yourself. I just essentially do the minimum on these things, and then what I do. If the core starts really selling well, sometimes I'll go back and look at it again. I'll add some new videos. I will write a little bit. Maurin The description. I might tweak the title of the subtitle a bit, depending on student feedback, but you don't need to do any of that until you've already got some people enroll this way. You just keep cranking out courses, keep cranking out courses and then the courses that start to get a little bit of traction. Then you can add more videos to them. If you want to, you can make newer versions over them. You can go do everything from here. Thus, at this point, you can see we've got through an entire 30 minute long course, and it's only taken me 40 minutes of real time. So what I'll do right now is right in my actual title subtitle description and all that. I'll actually go through and put these videos up, and I'll wrap the course up and show you how long that took 7. How to Get Students and Make Sales?: Yes, it is 52 minutes, 48 seconds in and the entire course is now finished. I have actually uploaded all but this last video of it, and the course is ready to publish. All I need to do is film this last video, which, as soon as I hit record, will be done. Stick that in the course. I just wrote the title, the subtitle, the description and pick the skills out and everything. It's all set, and I was able to to to do that in more than one place in just 10 minutes. The idea of this is you make this process is easy on yourself as possible to get what you know out there and teach it to others. You can always add on and make longer courses and to do more new courses on the same subject. I hope this is inspirational to you because the best way I've seen a beautiful time entrepreneur online is to teach, and I love teaching, and so many of us are looking toe learn skills online. There's endless opportunities to create video tutorials to make video courses and then to put those everywhere. If you want some tips for selling. I'll give you my sales process. What I do is I put free previews of my course. I put my courses on any platforms that will take them, and I then, uh, I published two courses first. Then what I do is I put the videos on my YouTube channel and on and on my Facebook page and my Twitter. I put it on all my social media. I even get a blawg post down out of it, and then I link everything back to Ah, there course platform that is giving the highest return over the long term, which often self hosting is best for that, However each each result will very for us. Thus the sales process is to get out. If you've done, say, a 30 minutes of actual video, put out a tender 15 minute video on YouTube previewing the course and then send people to ah, I recommend. Usually self hosting is the best. However again that varies. Send people to somewhere, ideally, that you control forever, that you can't ever get banned from a lose access From. Then you can send people to buy the course there. You can even give out free coupons to courses sometimes or free promo codes to let people start watching for free to build up your following. And then as you keep releasing courses, people will buy them. Thus, you've even got in here the basics of successfully marketing, Of course, like this. And now if I keep rambling on the course will be rounding up. You could already rounded up to 40 minutes, but the course is just a little bit over 30 minutes. I think we've effectively communicated everything we need to in here. I'm so grateful you've made it all the way to the end of this course. I intend to keep making new courses like this for you every week. And I trust when you I want to make sure you see them. You will do whatever it takes to make that happen, whether wherever it's following me or whatever you've got to do, and I trust that you can repeat this process for yourself. When you do what I do, you can get the results I get. I'd love your awesome thanks for making it to the end of this course I trust when it's been helpful, you will tell someone about it