The focus problem is solved by live, consistent lessons
Each week, my co-teacher Todd Brison and I will lead a group call with Q&A.
Here's the schedule (all live calls take place at 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time - NYC):
January 11th - How to come up with great ideas every day for the rest of your life
Reach inside “the niche of you” and generate ideas people want to read, even if you don’t speak native English, keep up with the news, or have access to readers.
January 18th - How to stay consistent even if you don't feel like it.
Uncover the psychological secrets of “gritty writers” who keep showing up despite low inspiration and slow productivity.
January 25th - World-class online writing hacks and principles
Learn the power of a single sentence, PLUS how simply showing up can open up a world of possibilities.
February 1st - How to turn your sentences into sticks of dynamite
You aren’t writing sentences. You’re lighting a fuse that can be seen around the world. Discover how to tackle this challenge with ease.
If you show up to ANY of these sessions, you'll walk away a better writer.
(Imagine what happens if you show up for all of them?)
The ideas problem is solved by guest speakers and writing training.
Throughout the cohort, you see 4 recorded guest sessions from Bad Assery Academy Alumni
Hundreds of our students have taken their career into their own hands by building a writing habit.
Each week of the challenge, you’ll see a new video featuring one of them.
The best way to get ahead is to learn from someone who is already a few steps ahead on your path.
And if that isn't enough, you'll also get
4 Writing Skill Deep Dives from a Professionally Trained Writer.
My co-teacher Todd Brison is a degree-holding, honest-to-god, trained-by-his-English-teacher-father Writer with a capital “W.”
He knows the language inside and out. He also happens to be a bestselling author, award-winning ghostwriter, and industry-crowned marketer.
Each week, he’ll take a deep dive into the most powerful and persuasive elements of the English language so that you can write like the pros.
(Without having to go into a lifetime of debt for that fancy degree)