There's one of two questions going through your mind right now...
Why not read Malcolm Gladwell and use what I find there to emulate his writing style?
How is it possible to learn the skills of a seasoned writing veteran like Malcolm Gladwell?
The simple fact that led me to create this course was the simple fact that these assumptions are based on a fundamental misunderstanding: That experts are capable of explaining both how and why they do what they do.
Endeavoring on the creation of this course meant throwing aside the notion that experts are better at reverse engineering their creative process than an outside observer dedicated to poring over their works and putting the pieces of the puzzle together.
What is so special about this course?
After understanding the three basic elements of Gladwell's writing, we can recalibrate the direction of our own writing using a compass from a new world.
This course will focus on three fundamental aspects of Gladwell's Writing
These three areas provide a foundation from which our understanding of the way that Malcolm Gladwell writes and develops his characters can build.
Why choose these three sections?
These three sections provide the foundation from which our understanding of the way that Malcolm Gladwell writes and develops his characters will build.
After understanding these three basic elements, we can recalibrate the direction of our own writing using a compass from a world that's itching to be discovered.
The options are limitless but each journey begins with the same step: removing pre-conceived notions.
Using the powerfully persuasive writing style of Malcolm Gladwell featured in Blink, and numerous New Yorker articles this course provides over an hour and a half of content dedicated to applying the same understanding of Gladwell's writing to the creation of our own persuasive narratives.
In Martin's courses you will learn coding skills faster by building on top of ideas you already understand, instead of learning things from scratch. Much like surfing, many people give up on trying to learn how to code after their first few experiences with failure. Martin's courses are different because they explain everything in simple English and don't assume that you know anything about computers or programming or have any prior experience.