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Writing online is one of the most undervalued opportunities in the world right now. We are pioneers on the frontier of the Internet, teaching creators, kids, and companies how to write online in the 21st century. Here’s what we’re building.
The Internet could become your most powerful asset, if only you were using it correctly. In Write of Passage, I teach a proven system to write online that’s built for the 21st century. I’ve distilled the most important principles from the course into this guide.
“Your English is good enough! You just have all these stories in your head to stop you from creating again!” “You don’t understand! You are a native English speaker born and raised here in the States. You can’t possibly know what it is like for me to be an immigrant in this country!” I yelledRead More ➔ "From Fear to Thriving: My “Write” of Passage As An Immigrant Creator"
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?
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?