No time to work around the kids? This will help…

For those of us with the kids at home full-time, it’s a real challenge finding the time to work. What we need is a work schedule that takes into account our lack-of-time. Guess what? We’ve created exactly that, just for you…

If you’re at home with kids, and still needing to earn (ie. not furloughed) – you might be feeling a bit stressed out. Because frankly, unless the kids are TV-aged and you’re cool with them watching back-to-back telly, it’s blimmin’ hard to get anything done.

So over the past few weeks, while I’ve been designing a new online course, I’ve been looking at my own work process. I wanted to share exactly what I have done each day to turn this online course from an idea into a fully-written, ready-to-share (nearly!) course.

And I’ve realised that I actually have a pretty foolproof work schedule for ANYONE who would like to create their own online course (and have some extra money in their pockets during these financially uncertain times).

Because this is where so many of us get stuck. We have the ideas, but we can’t work out how to make them happen when we NEVER HAVE ANY TIME.

So, whether you have 35 hours a week to work, 15 hours or just 30 minutes a day – there’s a worksheet for you. It lays out exactly what you need to do each day so that you will soon have a course designed, created and launched.

There are three options…

1. If you have a partner to help with the kids for five days straight and can put in full-time hours, you can create an online course in a week.

2. If you can work part-time hours – five days a week, three hours a day – it will take two weeks to create your course.

3. And if, like me, you’re cramming work into the corners of your day and can only spare 30 minutes a day – there’s a work schedule that will show you that you can create a course in 24 days, less than a month, by committing just half an hour a day.

If you’d like to receive these three work schedules directly into your email inbox, you can sign up to my mailing list here. Once signed up, you’ll have access to all of them – for free – to help you plan your own online course.

I hope this is helpful. And, more importantly, that you and your families are well.

Love, Annie x

Ps. If you’d like extra help, my ‘How to launch a successful online course‘ covers everything you need to know about creating your own course.

If you’re at the start of your business journey, however, you might like my ‘How to start your own business‘ course. It will help you to move from idea to launch (with a confidence module and financial planning). It’s suitable for going freelance, starting a side-hustle or growing your own company.

Or the ‘DIY PR‘ course, which teaches you how to get press coverage and grow your profile.