Immersion 2018 cost $997 with an optional payment plan of $397/month for 3 months.

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Course Details

The Surface Pattern Design Immersion Course is a 8-week Online training program for creatives who want to learn Adobe Illustrator, pattern design and the business of how to become a licensing artist.

Whether you’re brand new or established and ready to soar, this course will meet you where you’re at and help you accomplish your BIG goals. You know the ones because they seem scary and make you feel vulnerable (or just plain silly) to say out loud because you think they may never come true. But I believe it’s important to set BIG goals, and then ACHIEVE them.

The best way to accomplish your big goals is to immerse yourself in the learning, the industry and in the community.

The Immersion course is taught in a semi-live fashion with lessons shared multiple times a week, with actionable assignments and a live Q&A session at the end of each wedge. Bonnie is fully accessible and active in the private student portal, answering questions, providing feedback and sharing ideas and inspiration along the way.

Join over 50,000 happy students

  • Bonnie's willingness to share ignited something in me, and plenty of others, to say yes to the tiny curious and creative spirit that lives in all of us. - Dylan Mierzwinski
  • I was able to take my 25 years of experience in the quilting industry and combine that with a passion for fabric design to create a career that makes my soul sing! - Deane Christiansen
  • Under Bonnie’s guidance I’ve been able to take my creative dreams, turn them into reality and begin to build an amazing career as a surface pattern designer. - Keera Job
  • The knowledge that I can take my art and turn it into profit has been a true confidence booster and gave me the courage to send more of my art out into the world. - Shannon Orr

Success Stories

  • Dylan Mierzwinski

    Bonnie's willingness to share ignited something in me, and plenty of others, to say yes to the tiny curious and creative spirit that lives in all of us. + Read more

    Dylan Mierzwinski

    I can still picture where I was sitting when I watched one of Bonnie’s courses for the first time. At the time I was procrastinating working on a freelance design project that was duller than mud, for a toxic client that I undercharged, for skills I felt I was pretending to have. I just felt so behind; I watched other people work on exciting projects and get hired for their vision and style, and here I was, out of ideas for a logo that I didn’t care about. “There’s room for you”, Bonnie said, “here’s how I did it…”, that was a seed planted.

    It took about two more years after that to finally realize I didn’t want to be a graphic designer that worked on branding and brochure design for someone else’s vision, I wanted to bring MY vision to light. So while I forced myself through jobs that would pay the bills, I used my leftover minutes to soak up tutorial after tutorial on drawing, making patterns, sharpening my Illustrator skills, telling a story, and injecting more creativity into my day-to-day life. During that time I also taught myself to sew, a hobby that the would start to give context to my new love of illustrating and telling stories. Once I held so many beautiful fabrics in my hands, I knew it would be a great gift and joy to see my own work on luscious cotton fibers.

    This is where I hit some walls. Suddenly I had these big dreams, patterns on fabric and in the end pages of books, and it scared me right back into my shell. It just seemed too big. Reaching out to art directors, hiring creative lawyers, and writing contracts all seemed like things I could surely never handle. I needed Bonnie’s calm but firm encouragement to keep working at it, to do one small thing a day towards my dream. To figure it out as I went. So I listened. I watched every course she put out, I joined the Roost tribe to gain some support (I got much more than that), and I took on the challenges she put forth. This is where it gets really good.

    In April of 2017 Bonnie ran a workshop and challenged us to create a pattern collection. Up to this point I had only made one-off patterns and although I was circling around my style, hadn’t totally nailed it yet. Being a person that’s highly motivated by external deadlines and pressure, I decided to use the challenge as fuel to try working in a collection, just to see what happens. I spent a full week in this intensive vacuum working on the collection. I’m talking, hair in the same bun for four days, surviving off of bowls of cereal, not wanting to sleep so I can perfect this tile – kind of madness. I ended up with a 6 print mini collection based on growing up in the country with my hippie of a mom. It wasn’t perfect, but it felt perfect. I knew it was the most important thing I had pushed myself to do at that point. This is where it gets really, really good.

    In June of 2017 I had a coaching call with Bonnie. If you can believe it, I was so in my own head that I couldn’t tell if I was a creative or meant to be an accountant. Once again, Bonnie’s calm and clear nature steadied me; she suggested I go to Quilt Market with my portfolio, and finally make something of all this work I was doing. It seemed much too soon for me, but what can you do when someone shows you some light and something inside you whispers “oh yes”?

    I won’t drag out the happy ending, four short months after that coaching call I went to Quilt Market. I met with 5 companies and was made 3 offers, one of them being my number one dream company. My first collection will be coming out this year or early next, and if you can believe it, the direction will be based on that first mini collection made for Bonnie’s challenge.

    It is not hyperbole nor pure flattery to say that Bonnie changed the course of my life. Her willingness to share ignited something in me, and plenty of others, to say yes to the tiny curious and creative spirit that lives in all of us.

  • Deane Christiansen

    I was able to take my 25 years of experience in the quilting industry and combine that with a passion for fabric design to create a career that makes my soul sing! + Read more

    Deane Christiansen

    I am the designer and owner behind Sweet Bee Designs, a Textile Company located in Canada!

    I was born and raised in Southern Alberta, Canada. I grew up in an incredible family of crafty and creative women, my mom and Grandma being my biggest influencers. One of my fondest childhood memories is sitting beside my Grandma on her floral print couch, learning how to crochet.

    From there I went on to sew, knit, paint, draw and sculpt. But it wasn’t until my early 20’s that I began to quilt. I took a Beginners Quilting Class and fell in love! I was hooked! It was then that I realized my passion for fabric and the whole quilting world.

    I soon started working at my local quilt store and became quite proficient and skilled. Making store samples, teaching classes, cutting fabric for customers, writing my own patterns and selling sewing machines made me realize just how much I loved the quilting business. A few years later I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to open my own quilt store!

    My world opened up to Quilt Market, ordering fabric and connecting with designers and distributors. Surrounded by all the beauty in fabric, it really was no surprise that I found myself wanting to design my own fabric collections.

    But how to start? Well after a few Google searches I found Bonnie Christine’s Surface Pattern Design class. Everything I needed to know was in Bonnie’s class!

    I dedicated countless hours pattern making while still running the quilt store and finally, after nearly a year I felt I had three strong fabric collections. Now what. Well I have always believed that things happen for a reason and within two short weeks, I found myself selling my store, going to Quilt Market and making appointments to show my portfolio!

    It was an amazing experience, one I will never forget. By the end of the weekend I had two companies that were interested in my collections, but also, an opportunity presented itself that really sparked my fire!

    In between my meetings with art directors, I had coffee with my Canadian Distributor, who was at Market on business. We got chatting as to why I was there, I showed her my portfolio, and she said “hey, if you ever want to do this on your own, we would distribute you in Canada”. Pardon me? Was my first thought. Are you crazy? was my second! And then my mind started to say, Why Not?

    I will be honest with you. I jumped in. Head first. Eyes closed. I signed up for a booth for the following spring and made my debut at the St. Louis Quilt Market. Sweet Bee Designs won Best Double Booth Award!!! Pinch me!

    It has been a lot of hard work, time and tears but well worth it. I am now on my 11th fabric collection and preparing for Quilt Market in Portland, May, 2018. Sweet Bee Designs has three designers, besides myself now. Our fabrics are printed on 100% cotton from South Korea and distributed worldwide. We are still in our baby phase of business, but we are fierce!

    This has been an amazing dream come true for me. I was able to take my 25 years of experience in the quilting industry and combine that with a passion for fabric design to create a career that makes my soul sing! I am extremely blessed.

     

  • Keera Job

    Under Bonnie's guidance, I’ve been able to take my creative dreams, turn them into reality and begin to build an amazing career as a surface pattern designer. + Read more

    Keera Job

    My journey as a surface pattern designer began with a blog and a dream that, in all honesty, felt so far out of reach. I was working as a teacher part-time, raising our two little girls and designing quilts for my pattern business Live.Love.Sew Pattern Co. I have always had this thing for colour and fabric – growing up I would spend hours searching through my Grandma’s scrap baskets pulling swatches of fabrics together and dreaming up the things I could sew.

    I grew up watching the women around me create. With each of them sharing their craft and teaching me along the way I’ve learned to really live and embrace a creative lifestyle. As a child I drew and painted and crafted anything out of everything. What I didn’t know I’d learn or ask for help and it ignited this love of both learning, but also the accomplishment of making something with my own hands.

     It was really only three short years ago I woke up one day, and announced to my husband that I wanted my own fabric – fabric that had my name on the selvage, and fabric that people could make gorgeous things with. To turn this dream into a reality has taken a whole lot of perseverance, a lot of tears and uncertainty but, two years later I was able to do just that. I read books, and researched far and wide to start the process of learning the programs and the process in order to get my artwork into repeat and into the world.

     I found and fell in love with Bonnie through her own fabric collections, and soon became a member of the Roost Tribe. I was inspired by Bonnie’s story, and the likeliness to my own. Bonnie’s classes became my late night luxury after putting our girls to bed, a little bit of time where I could work on my dream. Bonnie’s guidance and honesty is so refreshing. It was a boost of confidence for me in a world where I can be both my biggest critic and my biggest fan! These classes have increased my skills and confidence creatively, as well as given me the courage to submit my designs for licensing. My collection now consists of two fabric ranges with Riley Blake Designs, threads with Aurifil, and a small selection of gallery art prints in the works.

    Bonnie has structured the learning environment where it almost feels as though she is sitting alongside you! Each lesson steps you through creative and technical processes and techniques and caters for a wide of students and skill levels. I love that I can pick up an iPad and connect with people from all over the world – the interaction and support of Bonnie and my peer students is what really sets these courses apart from others.

    I am so excited about where this little dream, and Bonnie’s classes have taken me, and can’t wait to venture into licensing, commission art-making, and freelance design work across a range of industries. Under Bonnie’s guidance I’ve been able to take my creative dreams, turn them into reality and begin to build an amazing career as a surface pattern designer.

     

  • Shannon Orr

    The knowledge that I can take my art and turn it into profit has been a true confidence booster and gave me the courage to send more of my art out into the world. + Read more

    Shannon Orr

    Five years ago, I was wandering in my own creative wasteland, of my own making. Creativity used to be a lush vivid experience, full of imagination color and fun. At that time though the very idea of making anything was stressful and lackluster. There seemed to be so many other creative people online having magical vibrant lives. Mine looked and felt terribly gray in contrast and I felt trapped and uninspired. 
     
    I’ve learned a few things since then, but two are the most important and have helped propel my own creative expedition back into the world of color, texture, and life. The first lesson was that I had to choose to see the sunshine in my life. Choosing to find joy in small things like frost, fall leaves, raindrops, and laughter made a huge and daily adjustment to my point of view. The second lesson was that I needed to take the time to explore new ways to share my work. Finding joy and choosing to share, rather than keep my artwork to myself was so liberating.
     
    Years previous I had learned to quilt and a friend suggested that I should explore fabric design, but my background was in architecture, not textiles and I just put it in the back of my mind. Naively, I didn’t realize fabric and surface design was a career. I just assumed most things with any pattern on them were the result of in-house designers.
     
    At the time we lived in New Hampshire and winters were so long and dark and cold. Just to get outside I started drawing and photographing flowers, trees, houses, and household items. Just getting in the daily practice of putting pen to paper helped me to let go of old ideas that I wasn’t an artist and accept that although I’m not a fine artist, I’m a doodler and a lover of all the colors. I still draw and paint on a daily basis, I take a camera everywhere, and try to use every little down moment I can to doodle.  In 2014 and several sketchbooks later I felt like I had enough doodles, and really ought to find something to do with them all. It was time to make surface patterns. 
     
    I knew how to make an old-school paper repeat pattern from my architecture days, but had never learned Illustrator, which I knew from research was the best way to submit art for licensing. Experience had also taught me no one was ever going to come to me and ask to license my artwork, I needed a portfolio to go to them.
     
    There were several classes I had looked at online, but Bonnie’s class seemed to be the most approachable. I took it and it cut my learning curve in half! It was so practical and explained how to use the tools of Illustrator that would be the most effective for the results I was looking for. I liked being able to zip back to segments of techniques to practice again and again. I have taught myself many a program, but I felt like taking a class in this case really gave me a head start and a lot of stressful troubleshooting. 
     
    So all those years of doodles and ideas caught in sketchbooks were scanned, arranged, colored and organized into themed surface patterns. It took about 6 months of steady work and reworking colors to finish what I felt like was a good body of work. The patterns were then organized into a portfolio which I sent copies off to several quilting fabric manufacturers, and then held my breath. Honestly, I still had a lot of self-doubts and everyone would hate my work, but I had done the work and bravely sent my art out into the world.
     
    I feel so fortunate that Moda Fabrics was the company who was the most impressed! They contacted me within the month, and I could hardly contain my excitement! I have always loved their materials and the family feeling they bring to their artists. I have been licensing my art with them for the past three years and will release my third fabric collection with them this spring. 
     
    All of the opportunities and experiences that have come my way I fully believe were the results of asking and putting myself and art out into the world. Most of all my creative world is full and colorful and fun again. Keeping my focus on the things that matter most to me and not what everyone else is doing helps me to stay motivated and enjoy every messy minute.

     

  • Amanda Brandl

    Bonnie’s courses not only gave me the practical techniques to achieve my dream of becoming a fabric designer - they also taught me to be brave enough to create my own brand. Today I get to live my dream of working from home with my children, creating fabric collections, and I couldn't be happier. + Read more

    Amanda Brandl

     I’ve always had a longing to create. My dream was always to be able to spend my days creating at home and raising my children alongside my career, but I had no idea how to get there. It was terribly overwhelming to dare to dream about having a creative career and even imagining people would pay for something made by my own two hands.

    I had a very successful six figure career in digital marketing but my heart was not in it, and I I despaired at being away from my children.  It was so daunting however to think of going back to school and changing careers with 2 children and a mortgage (not to mention 4 chickens, a rabbit, and a cat to support!). The dream seemed impossible but in 2013 when things hit an all time low my husband and I made the huge decision to leave our mountain life and move back to the city to pursue new goals. The sweetener was – I could go to design school! I was ready to sacrifice to dream bigger.

    Although design school was an important catalyst in my creative journey, it was when I found Bonnie’s courses that I had my biggest career  ‘aha’ moment of all time. I knew the second I saw her surface pattern design courses that I had found my creative career path. I signed up within minutes and worked hard day and night practicing the techniques, sharing my work and refining my style. I shone at design school because I had so much more experience than everyone else from doing Bonnie’s courses. I actually shared them with all my classmates who were very grateful! Because I stood out, I was offered work through another graduate who’s husband needed a print designer for his men’s clothing range.  And so my new surface pattern design career was born! I designed on trend patterns for men’s underwear and it was so much fun (I mean who knew men’s undies could be so trendy!).  I got such a buzz out of seeing my patterns on real life products!

    I also worked with a Hotel group and created custom prints for cushions, upholstery, wallpaper, and rugs. My proudest moment was designing the new feature entry rug at Seaworld on the Gold Coast in Australia. What a highlight! I realised there are so many industries that need surface designs, and being able to apply mockups of my designs to various products really helped me look outside the box and seek work in all sorts of commercial ways.

    While I was very happily getting paid to work fulltime creating artwork and patterns, I also had a longing to build my own brand. I longed to be a fabric designer, but wasn’t sure there was room for me in such a saturated (and talented!) market.  It’s funny how things come full circle because I found my way back to re-doing Bonnie’s courses with the new focus on specifically building patterns for bolt fabric collections, just as she does. I re-did them with fresh eyes and soaked up the new content and kept hearing the words “there is room for you”. I really took in all the business and marketing learnings of the courses second time around.

    It did not take long to have 2 collections ready,  and I licensed them to a wonderful Australian fabric company who is a perfect fit for my style. I have lots of new collections in progress, and I have big dreams to one day license internationally. So today I get to live my dream of working from home with my children (I even had a 3rd baby, Audrey, amongst all this!), creating fabric collections, and I couldn’t be happier. I even got to attend Australian Quilt Market to help launch my first 2 collections!

    Bonnie’s courses not only gave me the practical techniques to achieve my dream of becoming a fabric designer – they also taught me to be brave enough to create my own brand. I held my dream close and did ONE thing every day towards making my dream a reality. Yes, there were days I wanted to give it all up, and there were days I thought I wasn’t good enough or too exhausted to keep going with sick kids or work pressure. But I was gentle on myself through those days and just did my one thing each day to hold the vision, even if it was just to re-organise my art supplies, knowing that tomorrow was a new day.  Those were the moments just as Bonnie said, that defined either my defeat, or my commitment to success. I know now that the hardest part was actually just starting, and I’m SO glad I did. :)

     
  • Nancy Noreth

    Receiving my first fabric samples of my first collection was a dream turned into reality. + Read more

    Nancy Noreth

    Some of my earliest and fondest memories as a child are of me and my brother playing under my dad’s cutting tables in the garment industry. Coming from a family that owns a textile service company, I was always surrounded by beautiful patterns and designs. As an adult I realize that most of my art, illustrations and designs are a reflection of precious memories I hold dear.

    Along with the memories I have of spending time with my parents at their work, I also had the privilege of spending my summers and weekends at my grandmothers house in Mexico. One of my grandmothers biggest pride and joys was her garden by the beach. She is the reason why most of my art is botanical and floral themed. Even the color schemes I lean on the most are found in tiny parts of her home. Like her dusty rose cabinets, and her mauve couches she use to own.

    It was not until I met my husband that I considered myself an artist. I knew I had the creativity to paint and draw. I inherited most of my talent from my father’s side of the family. My father’s side is filled with artists musicians and writers. I will always love my husband for taking me out of my comfort zone and pushing me to pursue my dreams and passion. His persistence of getting my work into the world helped me start my career as an artist.

    At the age of 25, I had my first art gallery opening in the city of Long Beach CA. Seeing my work on an advertised flyer was a such a wonderful feeling. I will admit it was hard for me at first  but I couldn’t depart with my precious art pieces. But I knew I had to put a price on my artwork, and as an artist that’s probably one of the hardest things to overcome.

    It became easier to put a price on my work through photography. For 10 years my husband and I owned our own professional photography business capturing beautiful memories for families all around the world. I retired in 2015 when my husband and I went into full time ministry. This is when I discovered the wonders of creating my art digitally. Ever since then my IPad Pro goes with me everywhere so when inspiration hits I grab my Apple Pencil and start sketching away.

    In 2016 I lost my precious grandmother. It was one of the hardest seasons of my life. Not only did I lose my grandmother, I also had lost the desire of illustrating. Everything would remind me of her.

    But then I found Bonnie’s class. I was so excited to get back in gear and  learn the one thing I’ve always dreamed of learning, “Surface Pattern Designs.” As an illustrator and designer, I already had the skill and ability to design artwork that reflected my style. I knew that this would expand my brand and business. It had been a long awaited dream to create my first collection! Receiving my first fabric samples of my first collection was a dream turned into reality. Her classes are direct and to the point and never misleading. She makes you feel right at home! I have also recently joined her Roost Tribe which for me is such a great help knowing that I have a wonderful group of supporters that I can count on. She is transparent honest and welcoming. I’m excited for all the new opportunities that I know I will encounter for my brand thanks to her amazing classes! As my brand and style grow I am proud that I can look back and know that most of what I illustrate is genuine and true to myself.

What’s different about
the Immersion course?

  • Member for Life

    Once you become an Immersion student, you’re in for life. We will welcome you back to retake the training program and skillup each year to stay up to date for as long as the course is in existence.

  • Guided Experience

    Join students from all over the world as Bonnie personally guides you through the depths of this course. Share your work, your struggles and… your SUCCESS! Bonnie is fully accessible and the community is ready to support you.

  • Live Interaction

    Get all your questions answered with LIVE interactive calls, a place to share your work and a way to connect with other students. Student will get full access to Bonnie and a wealth of information.

  • Focus and Flexibility

    Follow the curriculum, or work at your own pace. Either way, you’ll have prompts, actionable assignments and an approachable curriculum to help keep you on track.

  • New Topics + Personalized Feedback

    Learn as Bonnie teaches on brand new topics like how to create residual income, how to publish your best self online and all new illustrating techniques.  When you’re ready, upload your work to get personalized feedback, straight from Bonnie.

  • 100% Money Back Guarantee

    The course is backed by a 30 day 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee. You can invest in your future absolutely risk free. Show me your completed coursework (proof that you tried), and I’ll happily refund your money if you’re not happy with the course content.

“So many times people hold tightly the things that they’ve learned,
but I’m here to share with you all that I know.”

Why I love to share my secrets

As a completely self taught designer, I know the value of shared information. I have developed the ultimate Immersion course, something that I could have only dreamed of taking when I was starting. Let me save you years of learning on your own. Yes, years!

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn Adobe Illustrator
  • Create repeating patterns
  • Work in collections
  • Create a portfolio
  • Choose an industry
  • Make Contacts
  • Find your signature style
  • Contracts, licenses and copyrights
  • Discover industry resources
  • Build confidence as a designer
  • Publish your ‘complete package’
  • Stay motivated & inspired

How it works:

The Immersion Course is an Online school for surface pattern design, delivered to students through a private course portal. The training is broken up into 4 segments called wedges, delivered over the course of 8 weeks.

  • Wedge 1

    Complete training in Adobe Illustrator for artwork and repeating patterns.
  • Wedge 2

    Master the art of working in themed collections.
  • Wedge 3

    Design a portfolio that WOWS and create your
    irresistible package.
  • Wedge 4

    Learn the business of surface pattern design &
    the ins and outs of working as a professional.
Let’s break that down
  • Wedge 1

    March 5th – 18th

    Complete training in Adobe Illustrator. Yes, this is a big one! But you can do it.

    I have taken everything I’ve learned over the last 9 years and condensed it all into an approachable, easy to learn format. Allow me to save you years of learning!

    We’ll start with the basics and advance to the most technical skills you’ll need to excel as a professional designer. All course material will be taught using the latest version of Adobe CC, fresh each year.

    + Learn Illustrator from the ground up.
    + Master all of the essential tools and begin making art.
    + Learn how to take your sketches (or scribbles!) and optimize them for Illustrator.
    + Create artwork from sketches, photos, watercolor paintings, foraged items, lettering & more.
    + Learn the art of colors in Adobe and master all of the colors tools available to you.

    >> Connect with Bonnie and get all your questions answered from this session during our LIVE Wedge #1 Wrap Up Call.

  • Wedge 2

    March 19th – April 1st

    Now that you’ve mastered Adobe Illustrator, we get to move on to the fun part, creating repeating patterns!

    We’ll focus on exploring your signature style, then move on to learning how to build every type of complex repeating pattern.

    Learn as I share the art to creating complete surface pattern design collections. You’ll learn how to plan for a collection and balance it through scale, color and complexity. I’ll walk you step by step through naming your collection and giving it a story, writing a proper bio and learning how to design a logo to complete your collection.

    I’ll teach you how to gather inspiration, develop a story around your collections, and draw the viewer in through creating a heartfelt consistent approach to each collection.

    >> Connect with Bonnie and get all your questions answered from this session during our LIVE Wedge #2 Wrap Up Call.

     

  • Wedge 3

    April 2nd – April 15th

    Learn how to take you pattern collections and turn them into a portfolio that WOWS! During this wedge, you’ll learn how to plan for a portfolio, design it’s pages, publish an Online version, order hard copy versions and even make your very own hard copy, if you wish.

    I’ll demystify the steps to setting up your document, organizing your files and exporting your work for web and print applications.

    We’ll work on creating your irresistible package, with a killer bio, logo and Online presence.

    >> Connect with Bonnie and get all your questions answered from this session during our LIVE Wedge #3 Wrap Up Call.

  • Wedge 4

    April 16th – April 30th

    In this wedge, we’ll work to identify your target industry, talk about finding the right companies to work with, start making contacts and discuss working as a professional.

    I’ll be sharing the biggest secrets to my success, as I teach you how to create residual income and shatter your biggest goals. I’ll also teach you about pricing your work and let you know what you should expect to earn as a licensing designer, giving you real numbers to work with for the first time ever.

    Dive deep into the business side of surface pattern design as we cover accounting principles, copyrighting your work and signing contracts.

    We’ll wrap up this Immersion Course with a unique segment on staying motivated and inspired as you follow your creative dream.

    >> Connect with Bonnie and get all your questions answered from this session during our LIVE Wedge #4 Wrap Up Call.

     

Learn at your own pace

As an Immersion student, you’ll have lifetime access to the training, so you can go through the course at pace, following each lesson as they’re released, or on your own timeline

 

Not only that, but once you become an Immersion student, you’re in for life. We will welcome you back to retake the training program and skillup each year to stay up to date for as long as the course is in existence. That means, you’ll have access to the newly released course each year, with up to date training at your fingertips.

 

My favorite tip

Do one small thing every day. When big dreams seem overwhelming,
begin reaching towards them by doing just one small thing each day.
At the end of a week, a month and a year you will have made
giant leaps towards accomplishing them.
These will be the steps that will lead you to living your dream!

+ 10 Seconds of Courage

You can do this. You really really can!
All you have to do is decide to do it.
It will take sacrifice, dedication and hard work but you CAN do it.

 
 

Immersion 2018 cost $997 with an optional payment plan of $397/month for 3 months.

The next enrollment will be February 2019. Sign up below to be the first to know when enrollment opens!

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