I’ve Spent £4,000 on Online Courses and I Still Feel Like a Fraud
I type my bank details in and wait for the confirmation email. As the initial wave of excitement hits, I start thinking about how different my life is going to be thanks to this purchase. I’ve just bought another online course and have spent almost £4,000 on this type of learning in the last three years.
So why do I still feel like a fraud?
I’ve taken courses in everything from creative writing to salary negotiation. The most expensive purchase was a $1,000 course that promised to teach me how to make and sell my own courses. That was more than two years ago. I still haven’t become a course creator. No matter how many books I read, podcasts I listen to, or online courses I take, I don’t feel smart enough to monetise my knowledge.