How to Inspire People to Listen, Care, Take Action, and Change the World.

Writing Class.

Cost: Donation-based. We are using the honor system.
Donate directly to Black Lives Matter and then register below.


Contribute what you can. 100% goes to this organization.

Class includes: live-streaming video (60 mins) + downloadable workbook.


Hosted by Alexandra Franzen

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sign-up for the recording below!


First, go the the Black Lives Matter website and make a donation directly on that site. Any amount. Honor system. Once you’ve donated, then sign up for class below. 

Please note: If you are experiencing financial difficulties and cannot make a donation right now, that's okay! Just put 0 in both sections.

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You want to inspire your friends to donate to important causes.


You want to inspire your kid’s school district not to slash funding for arts education programs, like choir and theatre.


You want to inspire a company to hire you to come in and give a seminar on discrimination in the workplace, mental health issues, or another important topic.


You want to motivate your family, clients, mailing list subscribers, and social media followers to get up and do something.


You want to use your words to move people from apathy into action.


But how?


How can you cut through the noise, get people’s attention, and inspire people to listen, care, and take action?


It’s so easy for people to become numb, hopeless, overwhelmed, and tune out.  So, how can you use your words—emails, social media posts, conversations—to awaken emotions and spur people to act? What are some ways to do this?


Attend this free/donation-based writing class and learn how to become a more powerful communicator.


You’ll walk away from this class with clear ideas that you can put into your writing and conversations immediately.


Here’s what we’re covering:


- 3 ways to make your writing stronger and inspire people to listen, care, and act.


- What you can learn from some of the world’s most powerful speeches, essays, TED talks, and how to apply these same techniques to your own writing.


- Why anger is a totally valid emotion, and how to express anger in a way that ignites people to take positive action.


- How you can inspire change right now, regardless of your platform, and whether you are speaking to one person, a board room, or thousands of fans online.


- We’ll close class with 60 seconds of silence, together, in meditation/prayer/reflection, honoring those who have been lost too soon.


. . .


If you’re a human being, and you want the world to be better a place, come to this class.


Tell your friends about this class. Invite your whole community to attend. More attendees = more donations = more funds raised = more good, done.


How to register for this class:


Step 1. Make a donation to Black Lives Matter, the Minnesota Freedom Fund, or another organization dedicated to ending violence and racism, and promoting equality, justice, and safety for minority communities. Donate any amount. $5 dollars, $1,000, whatever you can do.


Step 2. After donating (honor system) please sign up for the class by entering your email. Instructions will be emailed to you.


Step 3. If you’re experiencing severe financial hardship and you absolutely can’t make a donation right now, that’s okay, just sign up for the class.


Step 4. Tell a few friends about this class, too.


Step 5. That’s it. Thank you. See you there.


About the Instructor:

Alexandra Franzen

Alexandra Franzen is a writer and entrepreneur. She’s a sought-after expert on how to craft language that inspires people to say stop stalling, say yes, and take action right now.


She’s the ghostwriter behind numerous #1 bestselling books, inspirational TEDx talks, and other speeches and presentations. She’s also the author of 6 books of her own, founder of the award-winning Tiny Press, a book publishing imprint, and a writing teacher who has taught in 18 cities around the world.


Alexandra has written articles for Time, Forbes, Newsweek, The Huffington Post, and Lifehacker. Her work has been mentioned in The New York Times Small Business Blog, The Atlantic, The Los Angeles Times, and Inc.

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