This is a much tougher question to answer.
There are some really brilliant cybersecurity courses out there (though they're fewer and farther between), including those taught by some of my smartest friends, and I can easily recommend their courses as an adjunct to my own.
There are also now tons of university programs that claim to teach you "everything you need to know about cybersecurity" (including tons of stuff that isn't practical or immediately useful in the cyber job market).
However, I believe that what I'm trying to do with this course is a bit different.
I've been writing and teaching hacking and cybersecurity courses since 1999, and I've learned as much about what not to teach as I have about what I believe should be taught. Frankly, I think most other courses miss the boat by miles.
I want to teach you the root skills (like linux and networking), the core skills (including diagnostics, detection and prevention, and attack methodologies), and
the soft skills (overcoming imposter syndrome, resume writing, and a framework for pitching yourself) that will make you a great security practitioner from day 1 -- and I believe I can do it more efficiently and effectively than any of the other training programs I've seen in more than 25 years in this industry.
In the end, if this course isn't everything you need it to be, I'll be happy to point you to some other awesome courses that may better suit your fancy, no hurt feelings. (Plus, since this course is free, your risk is pretty low. )