Somehow, you've come across this sales letter. If you're going to take the time to read the entire thing, you should know who wrote it.
I'm seventeen years old. I wrote a book called The Dropout Manifesto. I'm super passionate about documenting the process. In fact, the only work that matters is that which you document.
I document my process extraordinarily well.
On my website, you'll find that I:
Write 400+ words a day in Daily Reflections
Do a podcast to share my recent learning and insights with others
Wrote my book to document the process of my exit from school
This is all to help other people learn what I'm learning. If even one person reads my writing and gets value from it, I've done my job.
Luckily, people enjoy the documentation of my process, and they tell me quite often. That feels awesome!
I want to document your process.
You're leading an awesome organization and (hopefully) doing a good job of it. Who is documenting your process? You need a way to document the challenges you're going through for future reference. This accomplishes a couple different things:
You'll develop an in-depth history of your company for others to read.
You'll help future employees understand the vision you have and had in the past.
You'll become a thought leader by publishing your process for others to learn from.
You'll feel great about helping others by sharing information and insights.
That's only the beginning. There are many more possibilities:
You could be the author of a book in 24 months.
If we write 2,000+ words a month for 24 months, we'll have written 48,000+ words between all the articles. And you didn't have to do a thing other than get interviewed.
(48,000 words is 10,000 words longer than my first book.)
Change the way you onboard new hires.
With this living documentation of you and your company, you can onboard new hires faster. What better way to make them a part of the company than to hand them the whole story and let them appreciate it?
This is vital as your company grows and you want to maintain great culture. They need something to reference. This documentation will be that reference.
Your writing will help young people like me.
Writing and teaching will positively influence others. Young entrepreneurs like me will read your articles and learn from your experience. For example:
Paul Jarvis posts all of his writing on his website. He teaches everything there. Because of that, he's been one of the most influential thought leaders in my life. You could be influential for other people as well.
I got many amazing handwritten and email notes after releasing my book. They were so encouraging and supportive of my work because it helped them. It's an amazing experience to hear that I positively affected another human being. I can help you do that, too.
I've done it for other people, and they've been quite happy.
You can check out some of the articles I've ghostwritten here. They've enjoyed the service and loved their articles. You'll love sharing your insights with the world, too.
For $300/mo, here's what will happen:
I'll conduct a monthly interview with you about the challenges you've faced that month. We'll also talk about any other learning that you have to share for that month.
I'll record the interview and take lots of notes.
I'll sit in a cave for a couple of days while I write a 2,000+ word article about what we spoke about. I'll write the article from your perspective, not mine.
I'll deliver the article to you. You have complete freedom to share and publish the article anywhere you want, whether that's LinkedIn or your company website.
I'll write you a "State of The Union" article quarterly. I'll conduct a longer interview every 3 months, and use this as content for another article. This is an extra article for your collection of writing. (This happens in addition to your article for that month.)
We could get started on this before the end of the coming week.
Here's what we have to do:
We need to get on the phone for our first interview so I can start writing your first article.