I hope your week is going well. My entire family, including me, has a cold this week. So instead of creating a class I thought I would bring you how I got started as a stay at home Mom entrepreneur. I will include links to my current classes.
I started out by Journaling. I would write down the things that were happening with me. Then I wanted to share with others. I then decided to write a blog post about some of the things in my journal. Then I Self Published my first book “50 Things to Know Before Having a Baby”. I created the 50 Things to Know book series and CZYK (check) Publishing. I started earning money on my blog posts too. I also created links to Amazon on my blog posts that made money. I then had to promote these items on social media, and mailing list. Fueled by coffee and with a motivation to write, I kept going.
I have done some other fun things too. Sometimes I get free stuff to review. I wrote my first children’s book and started an entire children’s book series “Charlie the Cavalier”. I now have my own Amazon Author Page. I have also failed at many things along the way. I share them with you here in a class called : My Seven Income Strategy Failures: Learn from My Mistakes. I know this because I have been keeping a careful eye on my Revenue and Expenses with Spreadsheets.
I now enjoy making skillshare classes. There are over 30 available. I learn new things every day. Like how to keep students motivated, how to learn what students want with surveys, and using free screen capture tools. I even made a game out of making online classes called: Create an Online Class Game – Can You Make it to Level 10?. Last month I reached 1,000 followers and I was really excited. One-thousand followers was one of my social media goals that I have achieved.
Thank you for following me. I hope you can find a few new classes to enroll. You can enroll now and save them for later. I even download some classes that others are teaching on my phone so I can watch them when I got to our tiny cabin.
Hope you are having a great week,
Lisa Rusczyk Ed. D.