When it comes to creating a show or even a course for that matter your first step is to figure out what you want to use for the knowledge base that you build a show or course out from. There are three different ways you can do that. The first one is with your own knowledge where you sit down and you talk to your audience. Whether it's in a show format, or in a course. You share your knowledge with your audience. The second one is where you find experts around the area that you want to teach on, and you interview them. My recommendation is to find experts around the area that you want to teach in that you have some knowledge or experience with, and pick at least three different people to interview. Now you can combine the interview and the knowledge you get from the interview with your own knowledge to build out teaching points or lessons for your course or show. The third one is where you are more of a reporter, and you find people that are experts in the area you want to teach on and you ask them questions much like a reporter would. And you take the answers giving credit to the person you interview of course, and share the questions and answers with your audience. In today's training I'm going to share different ways in which you can do this.