Dickie Bush and Nicolas Cole – Ship 30 for 30

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Whether it’s to improve your thinking, accelerate your career trajectory, or help you quit that job you hate, writing is something that’s been on your list for a while. ‍

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Dickie Bush and Nicolas Cole – Ship 30 for 30

Dickie Bush and Nicolas Cole - Ship 30 for 30

Check it out: Dickie Bush and Nicolas Cole – Ship 30 for 30

Start writing online in 30 days

Ship 30 for 30 is a cohort-based course that has taught over 3,000 students the fundamentals of writing on the internet.

But unlike other writing courses, you won’t learn passively – you’ll create 30 pieces of published writing, build lifelong friendships, and leave with a new perspective for what is possible online.

Stop overthinking.
Finally start writing in 2022.

The constraints you need to finally start writing consistently.

All beginner writers face the same 10 problems:

If you’re reading this, chances are one (or more) of these problems are keeping you up at night (and keeping you from writing online).

And chances are, you know you should be writing – which is why you’re one this page in the first place.

Whether it’s to improve your thinking, accelerate your career trajectory, or help you quit that job you hate, writing is something that’s been on your list for a while. ‍

• Distractions
• Over-editing
• Perfectionism
• Procrastination
• Self-confidence
• Generating ideas
• Impostor syndrome
• Writing consistently
• Choosing a platform
• Finding time to write

The accountability you’ve been missing.

Maybe you’ve tried writing before. But, time and time again, you fall off. Something comes up. What starts off exciting becomes too difficult. And before you know it, you’re back to square one.

But this is because there was no accountability.

‍You tried to start writing on your own, almost doomed from the beginning.

But Ship 30 for 30 solves that problem. You write alongside hundreds of other writers all with the same goal as you: to start writing and publishing consistently.

This creates accountability unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

Demolish your bad writing habits.

There are 3 killers of great writing.

Bad Habit #1: Overthinking

So many talented writers think success is about having the best ideas. It’s not. We have learned the best ideas come as a RESULT of producing a TON of ideas. Which means not overthinking the process.

Bad Habit #2: Over-editing

Have you ever re-written and edited a piece of work for so long, you started to hate it? This is one of the most common challenges among writers. They spend so long on a piece of writing that by the time they “finish” it, they hate it—and then never end up publishing it as a result.

Bad Habit #3: Falling out of practice

As soon as you skip a day of writing, it becomes easier the next day to skip again. Skip enough days in a row, and you’ll forget you ever had a daily writing habit in the first place. Getting started (or started “again”) is the HARDEST part for writers.

Stop publishing into the void.

The biggest mistake early writers make? Publishing weekly blog posts into the void. In the beginning, you think you know what you want to write about, and you think you know what people want to read.

But newsflash: you don’t.

With this assumption, early writers enter a sloth-like feedback loop, which makes writing consistently impossible.

Instead, you want to make noise and listen for signal.
By writing 30 essays in 30 days, you work through months worth of ideas. And by leveraging platform algorithms like Twitter, you get immediate feedback on your writing.

Stop lurking.

Start creating.Let’s be honest.

If you’re reading this, you know you should be writing online. Since “start writing” found its way onto your to-do list, you’ve seen dozens of others do it successfully, building audiences, launching businesses, and unlocking new opportunities in the process.But for some reason or another, you’ve been putting it off. And it’s probably some combination of procrastination, perfectionism, the fear of hitting publish, or thinking you have nothing worth saying.Luckily, Ship 30 will get you to the other side. From lurker to contributor. From consumer to creator. And once you make the leap, you’ll never look back.

No more blinking cursor on a blank page.

If this feeling sounds familiar, you’re not alone.

In fact, you’re just like the 1,408 other writers who joined Ship 30 for 30.

‍Well, you’re like they used to be.

Because within days of joining Ship 30, the problem goes from having nothing to write about to having too many ideas to write about (which is a good problem to have).

How? Using our Endless Idea Generator.

Publish 30 pieces of written content in 30 days.Writing weekly blog posts is the worst thing you can do in your first year of writing.

Slaving over a hot keyboard just to publish something that six people (three of which are your family members) will read?

No thanks.

Instead, you should start smaller with Atomic Essays. Short, single ideas expressed in under 250 words. And instead of writing weekly, you should write them daily – every day for 30 days.

During Ship 30 for 30, you’ll write 30 Atomic Essays in 30 days, just like this one.

Build an audience.
Build a business.
Build authority.
Build a library of content.Writing online opens up limitless opportunities.

We’ve had students go on to build audiences with thousands of raving fans. Others went on to launch courses, eBooks, newsletters, and their own businesses. And some have gone on to become published authors (from the content they created during Ship 30 for 30!)

Whatever your goals are for writing online, Ship 30 will get you there, faster.

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