Introducing: The Mindset of Extremely Prolific Writers

Mindset is the foundation.

The Mindset of Extremely Prolific Writers will teach you the mindset, methods, and habits successful artists and writers have utilized in order to consistently produce high-quality content. 

From keenly assessing your skills to structuring your daily habits, you’ll develop new skills, instincts, and habits that will transform your writing.

In this course, you’ll learn:

  • How to leverage the art you consume to produce better content
  • How to turn the infamous Dunning-Kruger Effect on its head
  • The subtle art of imitation as a gateway for inspiration
  • How to take advantage of the Bartleby Syndrome

You’ll get an in-depth look at the mindset of extremely prolific writers—the emotions involved, how to set up your daily schedule, how to defeat your inner creative demons, and much more.

Mindset is everything.

I hate writing, I love having written.

Dorothy Parker

In almost every movie or TV show that features a writer, they always complain about how tough it is to write. They often struggle with writer’s block, sometimes they go creatively bankrupt, and other times they become the captives of vicious circles just so they can get a bit of clarity.

Lucky for you, this course will teach you how to be prolific, and it won’t involve any illegal substance abuse.

All you have to do is deploy a simple set of principles and systems. So simple, in fact, that you might be inclined to dismiss them as nonsense.

Don’t.

Ask questions and get support

This is a work-at-your-own pace course. You can go as fast as you want, or you can take your time. But what happens when you have a question?

That’s why we’ve built a private community that — a place where you can ask questions when you’re stuck and share ideas to get honest feedback from other creative entrepreneurs like you.

We also host live events and Q&As.

Interested? Click here to enroll today.

The Paradox of Changing Oneself to Get Rid of Negative Traits

We think we are made of skin and flesh and muscle and bones, but that’s not true. We are made of stories, of hope, of dust and stardust, and it is in our nature to always tell stories.

Yes, you might not be a writer, you might not be a blogger, but you are telling yourself the story of who you are, and why you are who you are, and maybe, just maybe, the story of why someone like you has to be.

For example, I like to go to the gym. That’s not the issue. But I hate having to place all sorts of items in my backpack, walk to the gym, work out, go home, take a shower…

In other words, it’s the tasks that need to be done that kind of ruin my motivation. And it’s so in most other aspects: I like to write, but I hate to edit. I love shooting videos of myself talking about life, but I hate to edit them. You get the idea.

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Your Journey Towards Home Is Your Home

We often think the point of being a human is to establish a self that is free from suffering, that is free from the outcome of pursuing happiness, love, success, fame, money…

The point of being human is not to travel to a place where everything is perfect. Instead, it is to understand that your struggle to establish a human self is inseparable from the self it creates.

In other words, your journey towards home is, in fact, your home.

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Conquering the World: Choose One of Two Paths

In 336 B.C., a brash 20-year-old prince visited the Greek city-state of Corinth. During his stay, the prince visited the philosopher Diogenes of Sinope, one of the founders of the Cynic philosophy.

The philosopher was quite a controversial character, infamous for his open criticism of Plato and his rather shocking lifestyle; he begged for a living and often slept in a large ceramic jar, or pithos, near the gymnasium in Corinth.

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