The Focus Course launches in just 9 days.
This course is unlike anything else out there that I know of.
Tyler Soenen is an engineer and project manager, and was one of my pilot members. He told me that compared to all of the productivity and life-focus-centric reading he’d done, The Focus Course has something original.
I am excited. Also, nervous. Very, very nervous. But the nerves and frightful anticipation are what tell me I’m doing something worthwhile.
5 Modules. 40 days. 75,000 words. 20 videos. A members-only forum. And more.
I have spent thousands of hours writing, researching, and architecting the content of this course. I’ve poured myself into building something that is professional, delightful, informative, fun, unique, and, most of all, very impactful.
Jaclynn Braden, a photographer and designer, who was another one of the pilot members, said that the course’s ability to combine deep introspection with applicable exercises is brilliant.
This course is so much more than ideas and principles that leave you, the reader, on your own to decipher and implement. Rather, The Focus Course is built on a foundation of action where you learn by doing. And yet it still has a massive amount of theory and training to support the why behind the what. I’m confident that the contents and value of the course are well worth the investment to take it.
If you’ve been tracking with the writing I’ve been doing here over the past year, you’ll know that I’ve written many articles out of the overflow of my work to build the content for The Focus Course. For these articles as well as my ebook, The Procrastinator’s Guide to Progress, the feedback has been fantastic.
Here is a brief list of just a few of the articles I’ve published over the past several months:
- Honesty, Clarity, and Action
- Celebrate Progress
- If Diligence is a Skill
- Meaningful Productivity
- How to Get it All Done
- No. Times a Thousand.
- There is No Finally
- The Note
- What it Takes to Do Work that Matters
- The Procrastinator’s Guide to Progress
If any of these past articles have been helpful, encouraging, or inspirational to you then I hope you’ll consider the immense value found in The Focus Course. As I said, I cannot wait for it to launch.
Starting Monday and leading up to the launch, I’m going to be publishing a new article every day in a Countdown to The Focus Course.
Tuesday: You Have Ideas
Wednesday: The Jolt
Thursday: It’s Going to be a Fight
Friday: An Interview With Tyler Soenen
Saturday: An Interview with Joanna Eitel
Each article is along the topics of creativity, integrity, and focus that are so prevalent within the course itself. And some article will be for telling the practical and interesting behind-the-scenes story about why I made the course, what sets it apart, and what the feedback has been from the early pilot members.
Talk to you soon,