As a person who runs a business that creates courses, and provides live events, I’m a little bit biased here.
But when should you try to do something yourself, and when should you get a paid program in an effort to try to get there faster, and avoid the trial and error?
When should you do that?
Well, I think a lot of it comes down to knowing yourself.
In my own life and business, I would have gotten nowhere if it weren’t for doing paid programs, because I was not very good at learning these sorts of things myself.
Maybe you’re like me and read a lot of books.
I listen to a lot of audio. I watch instructional videos.
Yet still, I have found that in order to get the skin in the game, I have had to buy a program or coaching, to get through some of the tougher spots.
Does that mean everyone should buy a course?
No. Absolutely not.
If you are the kind of person who can read a book, or watch a free webinar, and do the steps, then do it.
If you can get really good at practicing from those free or inexpensive materials, then do it.
It doesn’t have to be part of a paid course for you to be successful.
You can do a lot of this on your own, if that’s your personality type, if that’s the way you learn.