How to Learn to Code Faster and Easier
New training from Robert
Since the workshop, a lot of people have been writing about a specific question: "Robert, how do I learn to code FASTER?"
They typically say something like: "I've been trying to learn to code and it's been so hard for me." 

Maybe you've watched dozens online tutorials, joined the learn to code sites, maybe taken a course, and you've made little progress. You're not grasping the concepts and you're not able to actually code on your own. 

This video is important for you. In this video, I'm going to show you four ways that you can learn to code FASTER & EASIER. So you can cut the time it takes for you to get 'job-ready' software skills in half. 

Here are the Key takeaways...

Step #1: What you must do to make a change in your life (this dream of learning to program will never happen without doing this first). 

Step #2: Why you must stop wasting your time. What you must do to become more effective with the limited time you have each day to learn to program

Step #3: How to learn programming more effectively. So that for every hour you spend, you retain 3x as much information. 

Step #4: The biggest problem with online education and the things that prevents you from making any progress. 

Talk soon, 


Apply Below For a Free 45 Minute Strategy Session With Robert
What is a strategy session? We'll jump on a call together for roughly 45 minutes. And I'll map out an exact action plan for you to follow, so that you can learn to program faster and land your first software development job within the next 8 months. 
Who Is This Strategy Session For? 
  • Student's struggling to learn: If you are self-teaching programming online, but aren't making progress towards your goal - and you want a faster path forward.
  • Caged employees looking for a way out: If you feel trapped in your current job, underpaid, unfulfilled, soul sucking, no future - and you see software/web development as your way out.
  • Serious serious about becoming devlopers: This is for you if you know that software is the way forward for you and you are willing to put in the work required to get there.
    Software Sensei
    DISCLAIMER: The salary figure that I mention and the time frame it took me to become a software developer is my own result. I'm not implying that you'll be able to duplicate this result (or do anything in software for that matter). I have the benefit of . The average person who follows any "how to" information get's little to no results. I'm using these references for example purposes only.  Your results will vary and depend on many factors including but not limited to your background, experience, and work ethic. Getting a job in software development requires that you take on a lot of risk as well as massive and consistent effort and action. If you're not willing to accept that, this is not for you.