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Graduate program & webinar replay info

If you’re a member of the October 2015 or January 2016 cohorts and have completed your year in the club, you are eligible for the graduate program!

The graduate program will help you multiply your results, no matter how much you DID or DIDN’T utilize the club as a member. It’s designed to help if you …

  • Love getting the club emails every week and wish your membership wasn’t ending (plus you don’t want to miss out on the latest materials that current members get!)
  • Feel like you could have done a better job keeping up and wish you had a second chance to go through the program again
  • Know that you missed a lot of materials and need a manageable system for re-visiting them so you can take your results to the next level
  • Want to continue streamlining and finding innovative ways to work more efficiently so you can save even more time

Click here to learn more about the graduate program.



Last night I held a special live webinar training just for graduates of the club. I recorded the webinar for those who weren’t able to attend live, but didn’t like the audio quality and wanted to make something better available. So, I re-recorded it this morning.

You can watch the video under “Graduate Program Info” in your course materials (click the link below for your cohort):

Oct 2015 cohort access to the replay

Jan 2016 cohort access to the replay



Want to give your feedback on the club? I’m always looking for ways to improve and your opinions are so important! Please share your thoughts here:

Oct 2015 cohort survey

Jan 2016 cohort survey



I’m revamping the club materials this year with a special eye on how to improve them for middle and high school teachers, and hiring a team of graduates to make suggestions. Applications will be accepted for just a couple more days (through Jan 20th): apply here!

I’ll be reaching out to graduates who are special education and kindergarten teachers soon to help me make adaptations for those teaching contexts, as well.