The MUSE Program Opens Its Gates Again
The program was only available for a week and within that time, 1,000 storytellers enrolled.
Fast forward until today, MUSE has been reshaped, tweaked and tightened to be even more efficient, based on the Beta users’ feedback.
And 300 more spots are now available until the end of the week for you to get onboard and join the ride.
The program is $497 and gives you a 24 months access to the classes, the forum, the team that is available to answer your questions and help you out, and all updates to come within that time.
The amount of money can feel high, but only if you don’t consider your education as a top priority in your growth as an artist and storyteller. I’m not saying $500 is not an important amount of money, but for having followed Muse’s first round, and many other programs, I can say with full confidence that the Muse program is a long-term investment with potential ripple effects worth (at least) ten times that. (That of course, always depends on what you do with what is available to you.)
That being said, it’s also always better to hear it from a peer. Here is what mentorless reader and filmmaker Elodie Ly Tri has to say about her experience following the MUSE Beta program:
“I became a Muse pilot in June 2015 and it changed my world. I always thought that being a storyteller was all about me and my vision. Muse changed that and showed me a process that was all about listening to others and understand the WHY. Through, the 8 steps, Muse taught me that everything around me was a story that needed to be told. The guys at Stillmotion are amazing at bringing the best for the musers, reading carefully every comments and taking all considerations in their updates. Ever since, Muse has given me a new perspective in my work. I can’t wait for their next updates. Muse rocked my world.”
So what’s new in Muse’s second round? Hear it from the Muse team:
– Guided Challenges: A way to practice all the core storytelling concepts, one challenge for each Pillar of story, and then get personalized feedback when you do.
– Muser Community: The biggest thing those inside the course wanted was a way to connect with other Musers, people who shared the same language and had the same understanding of story. We’ve custom developed a forum that is integrated throughout the course as a way to discuss and connect with others Musers globally.
– New Content: A handful of meticulously crafted tutorials are also being added. New videos about the importance of Listening in storytelling (and how to do it better), the history of story, the 6 Essential Plot Points, and more.
Here is a short video to give you a feel of what Muse is about:
To know more and/or enroll, go to the Muse Website.
And if you do enroll, don’t hesitate to email me, just like Elodie did, to share your experience and thoughts about the program!