Kickstart your New Year writing routine

Our 4-Week Writing Bootcamp is an intensive, structured programme featuring personalised support from a dedicated writing coach. 

If you have a writing project you want to finish, enrolling January 2021 – places limited to 20.  

Outstanding progress!

100%* of the writers who complete a 4-Week Bootcamp feel more satisfied with their writing practice.

What could you achieve?

* Based on July 2020 exit survey.

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I really found the last 4 weeks very helpful and I would like to thank Prolifiko for their support. I much appreciate all the tips, exercises and reflections, which sometimes were uncomfortable but in the end they made me grow. Thanks very much!

- Dr Karla Zimpel-Leal, University of Sheffield

Enjoy writing again

It’s easy to fall into bad writing habits. To keep doing things that might have worked once but don’t anymore. 

When your writing practice isn’t working for you – you need to make a change and that is what our bootcamp programme is all about.

Featuring structured coaching and personalised, 1-to-1 support from an expert accountability coach, our 4-week bootcamp programme helps you overcome the blocks you’re  facing now and build a consistent practice for the future.

It helps you enjoy writing again and gives you the motivation, confidence and resilience you need to see your projects through to the end. 

Our New Year bootcamp starts January 2021 with just 20 places available. Interested?  

Get 4 weeks of coaching for just £399.

Join the waiting list to be first in the queue.


Achieve your potential as a writer

Regain your focus
Manage distractions, perfectionism and procrastination.

Write more regularly
Find a routine that works for you and your life.

Grow in confidence
Beat your blocks and stop feeling overwhelmed.

Get fired up to finish!
Feel fulfilled and motivated – reconnect with writing.

Prolifiko helped me learn how to take control over both internal and external influences that can disrupt my writing. Your support over the past 4 weeks has enabled me to develop a healthy long-term writing practice that suits me and my schedule.

- Mohamed M. Hammad

Hi there, we’re your bootcamp

coaches Bec and Chris…

When you take our bootcamp plan, we’re your coaches.

We’re both trainers, expert facilitators and professional coaches with over 30 years’ experience helping writers develop healthier, happier, easier and less stressful relationships with writing. 

For us, productivity isn’t about chaining yourself to your desk, writing for longer or working harder – often quite the reverse – it’s about finding the approaches, tactics and tools that work for you.

There’s no one way to be productive there are many, it’s our job as your bootcamp coaches to help you find a system that suits you and your life.

We hope to speak to you soon. 

Bec and Chris

Find out more about your coaches here. 


Having produced a piece of writing which I never would otherwise have had the tenacity to produce, I’m delighted with the way that the bootcamp motivated me to write. The combination of coaching, advice and practice is a winning combination. 

- Dr Sarah Brooks, Sheffield University Management School

Get serious in 2021!

 Our 4-Week Writing Bootcamps are

limited to just 20 places.


Why only 20? The bootcamp plan involves one-to-one coaching time via phone or Skype. We restrict access to maintain quality. 

You don’t need to take time off to do the bootcamp but you do need a writing project to work on for the duration of the plan. 

Get the support, structure, skills and

accountability you need to finish your

projects through to the end.


Our coaching model is rooted in years of research and application and takes elements of behaviour design, neuroscience and psychology to help you write more easily and more regularly.

Working with your life as it is, the bootcamp helps you to notice and identify what helps and hinders your writing practice and gives you the tools and strategies you need to defeat your obstacles, overcome your blocks and barriers – and keep writing long term.

Having completed a 7-Day Writing Sprint I already knew how influential working with Prolifiko was, how it could and would change my approach and attitude to writing, and the bootcamp confirmed this. I’ve found ways of managing a long-term fear of committing words to the page and have produced some writing that I am really happy with. You have given me a new energy to write. Thank you.

Professor Abigail Harrison Moore, Leeds University

Over a month you receive

Direct access to a dedicated writing productivity coach which includes:

→ A structured coaching programme based around reflective            practice and accountability.

→ A personalised approach – the programme is tailored to you.

→ Deep dive coaching calls that top and tail the programme.

→ Weekly themes exploring an area of writing practice.

→ Weekly accountability and trouble-shooting check-ins with          your coach.

→ Tailored tips and exercises – responsive to your needs.

Personalised on-boarding and problem-solving

Before the programme starts you complete a questionnaire telling us about your writing and the personal challenges and blocks you face.

Then, we fix up a time to meet over Skype or phone to expand on your writing practice and coaching requirements.

Together, we structure your writing goal for the month and develop a plan of action that’s just for you.

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Transform your practice in 4 weeks 

Week 1: Obstacle thinking

The first week is highly practical. We hone down your writing goal and investigate the common obstacles and barriers that you face.

✓ Become more conscious of the things that stop you writing

✓ Implement strategies to combat your barriers

✓ Understand the fundamentals of reflective practice – a life-long skill

Week 2: Managing time, finding more

Next, the focus turns to time: finding it, managing it, scheduling it and prioritising writing alongside other things going on in your life.

✓ Discover your scheduling type

✓ Develop ways you use your time more effectively  

✓ Learn how to prioritise writing in your life

Week 3: Managing unhelpful thoughts and behaviours

Week 3 is about tackling your writing demons: distraction, anxiety, procrastination, self-doubt and guilt. You understand what blockers hold you back and develop new strategies to beat them.  

✓ Learn tactics that address negative thoughts

✓ Tackle your unhelpful behaviours and toxic cycles

✓ Manage distractions and design a productive writing environment

 Week 4: Keeping going, staying focused

The final week is about keeping going. You learn the tactics, tips, behaviours and mental models that keep you moving forwards and feeling motivated.

✓ Learn what helps you write and embed them into your process

✓ Regain your confidence and motivation

✓ Build a rock-solid practice that’s with you for life

I had forgotten that writing could be enjoyable. Thanks to the emails, newsletters, coaching calls, and catch-ups, I have re-discovered why I write and how I can write without being miserable.

Oishee Kundu, University of Manchester

Want to work with us? Great!

Be quick, places will go fast…

We limit the number of writers we work with on the bootcamp to just 20 because we want to give you and your writing the individual attention you deserve.

We only work with clients who are a good fit with our approach and will get the most from our coaching – we establish this in an initial call. 

Let’s get you writing!

Get writing in 2021!

Be first in the queue when places are released.



When will the course start and end?

Details will be released soon. Sign up the waitlist to hear about enrolment dates. 

Is the course for a particular type of writer or writing?

We are VERY inclusive. Our coaching programs are about helping you to improve your productivity and get unblocked whatever you are writing. Professors, poets, business writers, PhDs, novelists, short story writers, scriptwriters, memoirists (you get the picture) are all welcome…

Is it really personalised and tailored?

Yes. Depending on what you need, we send you exercises to try and tip sheets to read. We don’t send you generic advice we give you coaching support that’s 100% tailored to your needs. 

How’s it delivered and structured?

Your bootcamp is a combination of reflective practice and accountability. It kicks off with a 30 minute call where we talk about your specific writing blocks and barriers and what you need from coaching. We give you a theme to focus on at start of the week and you receive a check in at the end of the week from Bec or Chris – depending on who your dedicated coach is. This helps you reflect on your progress and provides accountability.  We provide support throughout and where needed, we send you tips, exercise sheets and further reading. Your coaches are available by email at any time. 

Tell me about the coaching calls

On your initial call you work with either Bec or Chris to determine a goal for the four week course and discuss what you want from the programme. We delve into your writing challenges and offer immediate advice and support, signposting you to downloadable tip sheets and exercises. 

Do I need to do all the exercises?

We can’t make you do the work, but you’ll be missing out if you don’t make time for the exercises we send you. We’ve designed the course around a pedagogy which mean that one week’s theme flows into the next, so it builds week by week.

Do I need to come prepared?

The bootcamp course is designed for people who already have a project (or projects) that they want to write. Before the course starts, we’ll send you a questionnaire to help you start thinking through what you want to achieve from the course and how you want to advance your writing practice. This will support your preparation and help you plan for the course.

I don’t have anything to write – can you help?

No, we’re sorry but this course isn’t right for you. It’s for writers who have a project in mind or have a work in progress and want to invest in improving their writing practice. We can help you choose the best project to work on, but you do need an idea before taking the course.

How involved will Bec and Chris be in the course?

You be allocated either Bec or Chris as your coach at the beginning of the course. We’ll be involved throughout, starting with your initial coaching call and keeping the course moving through each of the assignments. You can contact them at any time via email.  The course will close with a final coaching session to discuss your next steps.

How long should I allow each week?

We know everyone’s busy. The programme isn’t about giving you more to do it’s about helping you reflect on how you write and the blocks and barriers you face. We give you exercises to try and tip sheets to read – but only when and where you need these. 

What if the time’s not right to do the course?

No problem – but let us ask you this: Be honest with yourself. Do you REALLY see a time that will ever be right? This course is all about finding a time NOW in the busyness and chaos of your life as it is. You might never find a perfect time… just sayin’…

You’re Brits right – how will this work if I’m in a different time zone?
Indeed we are Brits (you mean you can hear us drinking Earl Grey from our bone china tea cups from where you are?). The emails will be sent early morning in GMT/BST and the webinar will be scheduled so you can make time in your calendar – it will also be recorded if you can’t attend. We welcome writers from across the globe so will be as flexible as we can.

Are there any marked assignments at the end?
No, it’s not school so we don’t mark your work. However, each week we will ask you to submit a reflection so we can support your learning and monitor your progress.

Will the course help me come up with ideas?

The bootcamp is predominantly about helping writers to combat their blocks and barriers to writing and improving their productivity in a way that’s meaningful to them. It’s not really about idea generation although that’s usually a happy by-product from engaging with your writing.

Do you review or edit my writing?
No. Although you can ask our other participants and you might be able to find someone to buddy up with. We find that writing groups are great for accountability and for building longer term structure to support your writing.

Is there a community forum?
Yes, you get full access to our members’ only Facebook group when you take this course.

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