Launching a group program is a great way to move from a 1-to-1 business model to 1-to-many. In fact, online courses have become a $300 billion industry. It’s huge, and I’m seeing more and more business owners creating courses and other group programs–and just killing it. If making this shift or leap is one of your goals, I encourage you to make it happen.
But before you start signing people up for your mastermind, group coaching or course, you have to make sure your ducks are in a row. You have contracts for your 1-to-1 work; it’s just as important (if not more so) to have a contract for your group program.
In this episode, I’m sharing the three things you must include in your program’s terms of service and what to consider for each one. Because the terms of service you have on your website just aren’t enough to protect you should something not go as planned with your course. Listen in now, and if you need terms of service for your course or online program, head to my shop to get yours.
LISTEN TO THE EPISODE
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
The three things that must be addressed on your course terms of service
Why your website terms of service are not enough to protect you when launching an online course
When it’s okay to do the opposite of what’s on your contract (without breaking the trust of your customers)
Why having a terms of service contract for your course protects more than just you, the business owner
RESOURCES WE TALKED ABOUT
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