Hey hey, it’s Nik!
The last few days of the year are always a time of clarity. Whether we like it or not, the past 12 months pass through our mind again, and we wonder: Did I make the right choices? Did I make progress? How would it have been if…?
Learning from the past is great, but the best thing we can do as 2020 draws to a close is accept it. Only once we accept can we look forward, and looking forward is what being human is all about.
I thought about how I could help you do that. Look forward. Grow. I came up with two things:
1. If you want to be a writer, I made something this year that will help you and that I’m really proud of: A free, 5-day email course.
The way it works is that you sign up, get 5 free lessons via email over the course of 5 days, and then, some sales information about my premium Write Like A Pro course follows. After that, however, there’s 6 more months of free, weekly material – all lessons to help you become a (better) writer.
These are the free course lessons:
- The 4 Kinds of Writers
- Hemingway’s 2 Best Writing Tricks
- The Number One Variable All Bloggers Miss
- Content Is King – But Who’s God?
- Which Types of Writers Earn Money?
If you want to be a writer, well, that happens to be one thing we coincide in, and that’s why I can help you with that specifically. If you’d like to learn most of what I know about writing, you can sign up below.
2. If you don’t want to be a writer but still want to grow, Four Minute Books can be your learning companion, thanks to our current lifetime deal.
At over 800 book summaries, 600 audios, and now 9 videos and counting, it’s about time we aggregated all our many offerings into one central, focused product. In 2021, we hope to do that in the form of a Four Minute Books app and subscription.
Since you’re already a community member and supporter (thank you!), we’d like to offer you the benefits of a lifetime membership for $40 (we also offer 1- and 2-year subscriptions).
You’ll get access to all current and future Four Minute Books products, specifically PDFs of our summaries, mp3s of our audios, our 10 custom PDF guides, Evernote library, real-time Dropbox syncing, and more!
We’ll use the money from this deal to build the app and deliver everything one central, easy-to-access place – and of course create more and more awesome content that helps you save time on books!
Whether you take a chance on the two ideas above or not, I hope you’ll end 2020 on a positive note.
Who will you become in 2021? Only you can answer that question – but it surely is one worth asking.