Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy Podcast, delves into what it took to create an online business, working with online contractors and establishing online training courses.
Jason reminisces back to February 2016 when he began creating a training program.
What was the initial workload like when Jason was creating his training courses?
Indeed and Upwork are where he looked for teachers to create training videos.
What platforms and software did Jason consider to host his courses on?
Jason shares the challenges he faced when he had his course platform built by freelance coders.
How did Jason’s second and third courses pan out?
Jason's lesson is apply what you learn from past efforts to improve your current business.
3 Key Points:
Jason created his first training program at a price point of $19.95 for people studying for theHESI/TEASE entrance exams in order to get into nursing school.
Jason turned his initial failure into a stepping stone, which led him to creating another online course that was much more successful.
Between both of the courses Jason monetized, they generated approximately $700,000 in gross revenue.
“On average, I would say that it was taking me 3-4 hours to plan, record and edit a 15-minute or 20-minute video lesson, and then another several hours to write up a few handfuls of practice questions related to each video lesson.” – Jason A. Duprat
“I really challenge everyone to look at failures a different way.” – Jason A. Duprat
“With the IV Therapy Academy course, we’ve been able to gross just about six figures in revenue in the first several months.” – Jason A. Duprat