Rolling out an online course? You need to understand this
Not sure how it works legally when you’re in one state and your course participants are in other states and countries?
My client Amanda wanted to create an online course. (Not her real name for confidentiality reasons, natch).
Amanda is a Health Coach in Colorado. She reached out because she’s launching an online course on “21 Days to Boosting Your Immunity with Plant-Based Foods.”
Her business is based in Colorado but she’s not sure what happens if her clients are in other states and want to take her course – like her friends & family in Illinois.
She wondered “Can people outside of my state purchase my online course? What do I do on the legal front so I don’t do something wrong? I don’t want to get in trouble.”
I get this question so often that I’ve created a brand new DIY Legal Master Class called: “Which Laws Do I Follow When I See Clients Virtually?”
There are a few things you need to know and a few steps to take when it comes to which laws apply to you, but I’ve made this info super-easy to understand.
This DIY Legal Master Class will walk you through 4 main steps for knowing whose laws to follow if you’re in one state and your clients are in other states.
Amanda felt a bazillion times better after learning this information and went on to launch a very successful online course which brought her thousands in new income.
She’s not alone in taking her business to new heights. Here’s what one of my other clients felt like after getting legally covered:
I’m all about helping you to feel empowered when you launch your online course by knowing how it works legally when you’re in one state and your clients are in other states.
Here’s to expanding your biz with online courses and feeling clear about the legal parts!