How To Build Passive Wealth With A Digital Course

Digital-course creation is booming. However, its extreme growth has seen a disproportionate decrease in course quality, and spiraling course completion rates. Struggling to find a curriculum that delivered technical training, coupled with industry-leading business strategy and support, Jessi Penner devised her own method for carrying her students beyond the 6-figure ceiling.

The global beauty industry is set to reach a value of $716 billion by 2025. Jessi Penner, founder of Fixe Beauty – the world’s first Pink Collar University, Penner is at the forefront of this revolution. By addressing the problem of decreasing course-completion rates, her innovative digital course ‘The Society’, is helping her students build legitimate passive wealth. Jessi Penner, Founder of Fixe Beauty. Photo Courtesy of Jessi Penner With the inception of Fixe Beauty which was founded on a $500 credit card, Penner sought to put more money in the hands of good women. In the span of 4 years, this single Mum with a dream built the world’s first Pink Collar University. Remarkably, the company which prides itself on being the future of education for Beauty Professionals experienced its first million-dollar month during the middle of the Pandemic. The program now boasts a Student Community of thousands of women, who are all on their way to creating 6 Figures. Penner’s advice on how to generate passive wealth through a digital course that delivers? Community and impeccable course content.

Build A Community And Culture For Completion

A successful digital course relies on community. It’s an edge that Penner and her team have cultivated from the beginning. Optimizing the pathway of an early entrepreneur, as they build their first successful business, requires unequivocal support, accountability, and mentoring. By asking better questions to her target audience, Penner discovered that an element missing from other digital courses was a connected student […]

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