Transform Your Life

Accelerate Your Career

Find Your People

Change Your Trajectory

2x Your Potential


by Writing Online.

ENROLLMENT for the fall cohort is closed! a few spots remain.

Your future is waiting to be written. When you publish your ideas online,
doors open to meaningful work, a vibrant community, and life on your terms.
It’s time to harness the power of the Internet.

Our Students Come From:
Opportunity Awaits

Become a Citizen
of the Internet

Writing online is one of the biggest opportunities in the world right now.

In the past, writing was reserved for a special class of people like journalists or professional authors. But now, because of the Internet, anybody can write. When you publish your ideas online, you unleash the full power of the Internet. Your ideas work for you while you sleep—24/7, all around the world.

You become a lighthouse for like-minded people—a beacon for serendipity. Your world expands with possibility. You meet people and achieve things that once felt impossible. As if by magic, but entirely by your doing, life opens up—and the view is quite satisfying.

Write of Passage has given me more education, motivation, community, and confidence about career opportunities than years of anything else.

Aaron White
Get the Guide

The Ultimate Guide to Writing Online

We’ve taught thousands of students to write online—many of them are breakout success stories. Are you next?

In this free 15,000-word guide, you’ll learn to avoid writer’s block, test your ideas with friends, and get off the sidelines and into the action. It’s everything you need to begin writing online (minus the priceless community of writers only available inside the course).

Start now. Download years of insights compressed into the Ultimate Guide to Writing Online.

Meet Our Alumni

Experts in Their Field

Our alumni are creators, thought-leaders, business owners, and whip-smart folks on an unconventional path to success. Let their stories inspire your journey in the same direction.

Packy McCormick

Packy went from zero output to over 80K subscribers, 155K Twitter followers, a schedule he owns, and a venture fund he started through his newsletter.

Ana Lorena Fabrega

Ana went from no Twitter following, website, or published articles to over 155K followers, and the Chief Evangelist for Synthesis, an Elon Musk-affiliated school.

Amanda Natividad

Amanda went from never publishing her own ideas to a prolific publishing habit following Write of Passage. Her audience has soared to over 110K in under a year.


Your Personal
Monopoly Guide

The ultimate goal of writing online is to build a Personal Monopoly. It’s your unique intersection of skills, interests, and experiences. In this area, you become known as the best thinker on a topic and open yourself to the serendipity that makes writing online so special.

Uncover your strengths, clearly communicate your values, and start building your reputation online. Download the guide to your Personal Monopoly.

Starting to write online was the single best professional decision I’ve ever made, by an enormous margin.

Packy McCormick
Read our Writing

Essays for the Internet Age

Showcasing our community, these essays by Write of Passage students unpack writing online from various vantage points.
From feedback to pseudonyms to cliches, get to know the course and its outcomes by reading these mosaic of ideas on writing.

  • Summoning the Muse

    Summoning the Muse

    Where does inspiration come from? By dissecting the methods of Mary Oliver, Michael Pollan, and Michael Lewis, we see how their routines look more like devotion than discipline. Away from their desk, they have a lifestyle that brings them a flood of ideas. How can we reliably summon the muse?

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  • IKEA Words: How Not to Furnish Your Digital Home

    IKEA Words: How Not to Furnish Your Digital Home

    Why are we drawn to cheap, re-usable, and safe language? The pressure to use modular Swedish furniture is similar to the pressure online writers face. We want quick results, we cushion our words, and we crave to be accepted. How can we break out of our bad habits?

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  • Pseudonymous Cape

    Pseudonymous Cape

    Are pseudonyms a mask to hide behind, or a superpower that unlocks your potential? Around 20% of Write of Passage students write under a pseudonym. It lets them explore personal writing, which can be tough to do under your own name. What happens when you bring confessions, transparency, and authenticity into your writing?

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