Isn't it confusing to decide which Python course to join?

Maybe you're asking friends for recommendations? Or reading online?

There are so many courses to choose from that it's overwhelming to decide.

  • Many people join popular or highly recommended courses but 97% drop out. Those that complete the course after a month's dedication ask their friends "Hey! I just finished XYZ course. Now, where can I find problems to practice?" 
  • Sounds common? That's like completing your swimming training and saying "Hey! I just finished learning how to swim. Now, where can I find some water to practice?"
  • Joining a bad course wastes your energy, motivation and, more importantly, your time. You have to set aside your personal time (which is hard-pressed to come by anyway since you are loaded with responsibilities) in order to complete the course.
  • A bad course can not only drain your energy and leave you at half-way but also cause you to postpone your study sessions. These courses are typically reinforced with phrases like "no pain no gain" and "programming is tough, you gotta push through it".

Learning is supposed to be fun. Not stressful.

So what is  the solution to this bad-courses epidemic?

Get our free checklist! Use this 8-point checklist to screen out all these bad courses and find a course that resonates with you within minutes which can save your time and energy.

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