Service Spotlight (Jessica Kaut)Apr 05, 2021
I’m excited to introduce you all to Jessica Kaut in this week’s Service Spotlight feature.
Jessica is a former forensic scientist turned online course creator, helping people set up the backend part of it.
If you’re considering scaling your service-based business with online courses and don’t know how to go about it, then you’ll love to hear how Jessica can help you!
Continue reading the full interview with Jessica below!
What are the common things that people creating online courses say?
Jessica: The conversation usually starts with people not knowing what platform to use to host their courses so I created a freebie comparing four of the main platforms to see what’s important to them.
I offer 3 levels of support; intensive (a one-off asking question session), the strategy session (a 2 hour+ content outline session), and the ‘big daddy’ (where I upload all your content for you).
What specifically led you to courses?
Jessica: Turning your content into a course is a good move of making more income with less stress where you’re only creating one thing that you can use for a long time.
With all the platforms out now, you don’t have to do much when creating a course, making it very easy.
Do you have a process that you go through with coaches to determine what is course material?
Jessica: Yes! I am good at taking small pieces from what the client brings me and creating a puzzle. I take it as a collaborative process- a discussion between me and the client about where everything goes.
If you could pick your all-time favorite thing about having your own business, what would it be?
Jessica: I like having the safety and peace of mind that having a business provides me. I have learned the mindset shifts about earning a limited income.
I believe that if you want to scale your service-based business, you have to invest in education and automation to make things easy for you.
What is the one thing you love to do outside of business?
Jessica: I love crystals, reading scientific articles, and watching sitcoms even though they’re super cheesy and bad.