Can you believe we got 19 people on this thing already?

A week ago, I told my friend Daniel that we were going to build a content club.

Here’s the meat:

Everyone knows they should build their brand on social media, but not everyone knows how. 

Tons of resources online, but no community to execute on the plan for those who need it.

The club will be 21 days long.

Just enough for you to get totally invested in your own journey.

And then we’re going to see you fly.

We’re doing it 100% free, out of our own pockets.

Because of that, we need to make this the best workshop possible.

That means we need as many committed, ambitious, proactive folks as possible in one place.

If you are one of those committed, ambitious, proactive people, I think you should sign up for the waitlist.

The content club starts in April.

Sign up for your spot here.

See you there 🙂

5 reasons you shouldn’t listen to whatever I have to say about social media

  1. I’m 25
  2. I don’t have 10+ years of experience
  3. Everything i write about is from personal experience 
  4. I go with my gut instincts 90% of the time
  5. I’m 25 

But hey, I’ve found a process that works for me. I’m happy to talk about it and see how it can work for you too. 

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Writing your first blog post ever? 

If there was one thing I wish I did differently about my first blog post, it would be publishing it earlier. 

Publishing to an audience of 0 (because I had no followers at the time, it was writing only for myself) grants you the permission to grow. 

When you’re starting out, you don’t know what makes a good blog or a bad blog. 

So the key is to start earlier rather than later.

The only way to learn is to start publishing posts and doing it over and over and over again. 

If you have an idea, share it. 

Keep doing that until you find others who care. 

How I went from hobbyist writer who writes maybe 15 times per year to full fledged passion committed writer 365 days a year. 

It’s really about 2 really simple things. 

If you want to take your writing habits seriously, all you need to do is the following: 

  1. Allocate a dedicated environment and time of day to write
  2. Write every day no matter what, no matter how short, regardless of good or bad. 

All great content creators and copywriters follow a routine that includes the foundational 2 items above. 

But I get it. Even with these 2 seemingly easy demands, reality proves to be much more difficult. 

If you’re serious about growing your writing skills, this is the way to go. I guarantee it. 

P.S. If you’re super serious about taking your writing seriously, I’m putting together a writing workshop so that we can practice altogether. The workshop isn’t out yet, but you can subscribe to get updates and be a part of the process here:

A Room with One Head vs. a Room with Fifty Heads

Building a portfolio website is hard.

It’s even harder when you’re stuck in a room all by yourself and have nobody tell you what might help make it better before you start using it everywhere. 

The Habit Factory is back (and we’ve rebranded!). Our most beloved workshop for design students all over the world is open for registration.

In our portfolio-building workshop, we don’t tell you how to build the best portfolio (because you can just google that). Instead, we guide you into finding who you are as a designer. We help you show off your strongest qualities as a creative professional. You’ll also be surrounded by a (virtual) network of other designers just like you. 

If you’re reading this, you’re likely somebody we’d love to have on board. Go check out our workshop details here and join our upcoming cohort this October. 

Finding yourself isn’t a piece of cake, but those who have gone through our workshop tell us that it’s well worth it. Hope to see you there.

PS. It would also help if you shared this workshop with 2 other friends. If you aren’t able to join our workshop but want to in the future, just sign up for our newsletter to get updated on when new cohorts come up.

What If You Could Start?

Starting something and thinking about starting something are 2 entirely different things.

The first one requires action and progress, while the second one is a thought.

If you were given the environment to start, would you finally do it?

The Portfolio Campfire is back for those who need to work on a portfolio website.

It’s 14 days long, and you’ll be putting your thoughts into action with a group of other creatives just like you.

We’re running it for the 4th time (in a row!), and we’re excited to see everyone start making real progress. 

Join us for our June cohort here:

Habit Factory Update

We sat at a table to form the Habit Factory’s concept roughly around a year ago. School was just about to wrap up, until things took a huge change. 

7 months of actively working spare time on this project showed me that the Habit Factory is the most human and creative project I’ve ever worked on, and I’m excited to see it evolve with our upcoming cohort, regarding portfolios

We’ve hosted over 30 members so far across 4 different workshops, each one challenging and unique in its own right.

If you’re ready to join a group of others looking to make their own spot on the map, I hope you’ll check our next one out.