Starting March 14, I’m teaching a course that will help you speak more powerfully, connect more authentically and write more persuasively.
At least that’s what the course description says. It’s chock-full of impressive adverbs. Plus, you can attend wearing only your underthingies.
The fine folks at Wizard Academy have finally shown a demonstrable lapse in judgment and let me teach The Civic Lessons: Notes From An Emerging Generation.
It’s a six-week telecourse that meets for one hour a week on Mondays at 10a Central Time beginning March 14th.
Here’s the bugnuts crazy part:
There are only two openings left.
I know, right?!? For about five weeks, I was afraid to ask them if anyone had signed up. I mean, why would they, right?
But eight people have already registered … and not a one of them is a relative or nothin’.
You can read all the gory mess here, but I’ve had some luck these past years understanding and leveraging the changes in our society.
The stuff that used to work? It doesn’t.
The stuff we used to say? We don’t.
The way I used to smell? Well, some things never change.
But – you won’t have to deal with that – because it’s a telecourse and stuff.
Here’s some stuff from the official bona-fide course description:
Week-by-week, Tim will present a series of practical, actionable tools and techniques to leverage the belief system introduced to us by the new Civic Generation over the last seven years.
In this class, you’ll learn about:
- Clarity: How to Uncover It and Just Say the Thing
- Authenticity: How to Communicate In Your True Voice
- The Best Ways to Trigger Word-of-Mouth and Social Media Buzz
- Committing to More Than Your Bottom Line
- New Ways to Motivate, Measure and Reward Employees
- Harnessing the Power of Showing vs. Telling
You’ll call in each week on a conference call while your computer shows you my screen and the spiffy presentations I’ll share. Oh, and there’s homework. Not a bunch but some.
There are only two spots left.
Nope. I don’t understand it, either. Maybe that’s one of the things we’ll learn in class.
In our underthingies.
That said, I’m already regretting this. The eight signed up look completely interesting and I’m sure will contribute more to the class than me.
I’m sure the same is true of you. Join us. Or not. Whatever.
Is that too strong a close? ‘Cause that’s one of the lessons.