I’m putting together the How To Think Sideways Surprise—the extra course material that everyone gets when they join the new version of How to Think Sideways, ULTRA. (Legacy students and grads will upgrade automatically and for free—but you can still help build the Surprise.) I want to make sure the Surprise is spectacular. To make it great, I need to … Continue reading →
I would like to include the names and cover art of any students of mine who have published (and who found the course helpful or essential to your publication) on the course page on my sites and sales pages. For those of you who have published multiply, I’d like to include up to three of your favorites, plus “…and [X] … Continue reading →
First, got 1087 words on Create A World Clinic yesterday, so hit my mark. 😀 I’m now doing two things: Mornings, I’m writing “World”. Afternoons, I’m putting together the new version of How To Think Sideways, which will be Ultra. The BIG NEWS For Grads and Current Students of How To Think Sideways LEGACY Version You folks have stuck with … Continue reading →
I forget I can’t do everything. I forget I can’t work sixteen hours straight every day with no days off for two weeks without paying a price. I forget that when I am doing a massive website overhaul, with software testing, course setup, and course formatting and production going on simultaneously, I lose my creative side. I forget, and plan … Continue reading →
Margaret (my amazing tech wizard) and I have been working fourteen-to-sixeen hour days regularly for a while, and the last week has been dawn-to-pass-out with neither of us doing anything else. But the end result as that the software she built for me that will allow me to offer all my multi-lesson courses in classrooms with all the goodies right … Continue reading →
Still scrambling to get the 7-Day Crash-Revision Workshop done and up. About there. Have done a bunch of words over the weekend, but these don’t count. Looking forward to getting back to Create A World Clinic. 😀 … Continue reading →
Margaret and I are doing the push to finish testing on the classroom; no words yesterday, won’t be any today or tomorrow. We’re close to done, but not there yet. Hope you’re getting lots, though. And good ones, too.