Side Project Ideas #4 - Help for self-learners

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Side Project Ideas (15 Part Series)

1) Side Project Ideas #1 - Been there T-Shirts 2) Side Project Ideas #2 - The Headline 3 ... 13 3) Side Project Ideas #3 - Birthday ABC 4) Side Project Ideas #4 - Help for self-learners 5) Side Project Ideas #5 - From X to Y 6) Side Project Ideas #6 - Local Product Hunt 7) Side Project Ideas #7 - Get shit done - Mentor chat app 8) Side Project Ideas #8 - Coffeeshop 9) Side Project Ideas #9 - Crowd sourced decisions 10) Side Project Ideas #10 - Podchat 11) Side Project Ideas #11 Job board for working in small companies which want to stay small 12) Side Project Ideas #12 - <20 minutes podcasts about X 13) Side Project Ideas #13 - Local yelp reversed 14) Side Project Ideas #14 - Choose the boring path 15) Side Project Ideas #15 - Simple pre-order to takeaway PWA - hosted on a restaurant's subdomain.

People (including me) buy tons of courses on Udemy start them but rarely finish them. Many of us just don't have the discipline.

There should be a tool where you setup a step by step plan. (daily/weekly/monthly/yearly)

The plan should be very detailed.

For Example:

  • Read Article X
  • Write a blog Post
  • Watch first Chapter of Course X

Then you either pay for reaching this plan (if you don't at deadline).
Another option i would like more is mentoring for the plan you set up.
Check-ins, calls, exams what ever.

In my self-learn career i found sticking to a plan, finish courses or books is hard, when you don't have exams or deadlines.

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