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Supercharge Your Productivity

How to develop good writing habits

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We want to help you be a writer. This free course is packed full of advice to help you analyse your habits - good and bad! - and identify how you can increase your productivity. If you've always wanted to write more but find yourself getting distracted, or never finishing projects, then tutor Ben Johncock will point you in the right direction.

In this 1-week, no-procrastinating course you will:

  • Analyse your daily schedule for wasted time
  • Figure out how to carve writing time our of your day
  • Explore where and when to write
  • Identify your 'hidden time' and how to make use of it
  • Spot bad habits and do something about them
  • Find out how to take control of your smartphone


Meet your tutor

Meet Ben Johncock, author of The Last Pilot and productivity expert.


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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
This is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish and you can go through it at any speed.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What do I need?
This course is entirely free. All you need to do is sign up for a free account and you'll get instant access to the entire course. You can access it on your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile.
How long is the course?
We've designed this course to take between 1 and 2 weeks. As a self-paced course it's up to you how quickly you progress through the material - you can binge it in a weekend or spread it out over a month.

Your Instructor


Benjamin Johncock
Benjamin Johncock
Benjamin Johncock is an award-winning novelist, short story writer and journalist. He was born in Canterbury in 1978 and studied ancient history and archaeology at the University of Birmingham. His debut novel, The Last Pilot, was published in the U.S. (Picador) and U.K. (Myriad) in 2015 to widespread critical acclaim. It won the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award, was shortlisted for the East Anglian Book of the Year, selected for Brave New Reads, and was one of The Observer’s Hidden Gems of 2016. His award-winning short stories have been published by The Fiction Desk, The Junket, Comma Press and Storgy. His journalism has appeared in the Guardian, The Spectator, and many others, and he has worked as an editor and copywriter. He’s on the editorial board of The Letters Page, a literary journal edited by Jon McGregor at the University of Nottingham, and for two years was a mentor for the National Centre for Writing’s Escalator writing programme. He is also a recipient of two Arts Council England grants. He lives in Norwich with his wife, his daughter, and his son.

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