Clear Writing Clear Thinking

Boost the Arc of Your Entire Career

Make worldwide connections. Establish your expertise. Open new doors throughout your life.

“This guide has the do's and dont's that every writer should start with. It helped me in getting more ideas.”

—Sul Silva, Regulatory Consultant

Leaders at Top Remote Companies Love Good Writers

“You don’t just write to share what you think. You write to discover what you think in the first place.”

— Matt Mullenweg

CEO of Automattic, the company behind Wordpress

“Being a good writer is about more than writing. Clear writing is a sign of clear thinking. Great writers know how to communicate. They make things easy to understand. They can put themselves in someone else’s shoes. They know what to omit.”

— David Heinemeier Hanson and Jason Fried

Founders of Basecamp

“Remote work rewards writers.”

— Sahil Lavingia

Founder of Gumroad

Your Blog is Like a Resume, Only Better

A well-written article, published on the internet, works 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to find new opportunities for you!

It is the quickest way to establish yourself as an expert in any field. No degrees required.

And it allows you to connect with like-minded people around the world who you would never be able to meet in real life.

How It Worked for Me?

Hi, Nityesh here! 👋🏽

I started publishing on the Internet 4 years ago and have 15 articles under my name.

These 4 years of writing online have done more for my career than what 4 years of college did:

  • Sharing my articles in the cold-email I sent to the CEO of a fast-growing startup got me invited to a call which converted into dream job before I graduated
  • Adding my Twitter  and LinkedIn  profiles at the end of my articles helps attract connections from professionals around the world
  • Writing also helps me get potential clients for my consultancy that brings in 1000s of dollars in revenue

Now, I want to teach you everything that I have learnt about writing online.

"Every skill you acquire doubles your odds of success. Successwise, you’re better off being good at two complementary skills than being excellent at one."

Scott Adams

Writing well can be that complementary skill in your career.

And yet, there are no good courses for professionals to learn this.

Because Not All Professionals Aspire to be a Professional Writer

Every other writing course on the Internet promises to help you build an audience so you can start selling ebooks, courses or newsletters.

But you probably don't care about building an audience. You just want to be an excellent community builder, an amazing programmer, an amazing marketer, or a successful entrepreneur – don’t you?

By connecting a ubiquitous skill with a dreamy aspiration, those courses miss the point of writing well.

So, I created an 8-week Guide to help professionals start writing online. My values?

I believe in active learning

I empathise with beginners

I take inspiration from game designers

What's in the Guide

Part 1: Ideas

Where you are: "I want to write but I don't have any ideas."

Where you will be: You will know how to write your first article + how to create an Idea Factory for future articles.

I'll give you my frameworks for overcoming the hurdles that often trip beginners:

  • How to find the confidence to capture your thoughts
  • How to empathise with your readers
  • How to write using simple words
  • How to deal with a lack of ideas or motivation or both

Part 2: Editing

Where you are: "I have written something but am not sure about it."

Where you will be: You will have refined your first draft to make it a truly compelling read.

I'll give you frameworks for refining each part of your article:

  • How to write a compelling title for your article
  • How to nudge the curiosity of a visitor in the first few paragraphs
  • How to keep your readers in flow as they read the article
  • How to add visual cues and a pop of colour to your article

What Are People Saying

“Simple writing guide with real-world ideas”

Mark Brandyberry

Director of Marketing

“Helped me to start the journey which for me was the most difficult part. Its also helped to develop a regular writing habit.”


Architectural designer

“This guide has the do's and dont's that every writer should start with. It helped me in getting more ideas.”

Sul Silva

Regulatory Consultant

“Practical & useful tips for writing. Specifically, result-oriented techniques for getting audiences online.”


Software developer

“The kinda guide you thought you never needed, but taking it will result in a huge change to one's writing.”

Shivani Mall