Escape the procrastination trap and...

Become an execution machine

WorkSprint is a 14-day group challenge for solopreneurs, creators, and anyone who wants to kick their procrastination habit and finally finish a project.

With structured accountability & a tight-knit community—WorkSprint helps you build the strong work ethic you need to achieve your goals.

Tired of wasting time?

You have goals. You have projects you want to complete.

And the thing is, you know you’re capable of succeeding. You have the right ideas, plans, and desire to create something.

But no matter what you’ve tried, you can’t seem to escape the trap of indecision and inaction.

If this sounds like you, then welcome to the club.

This procrastination trap plagues modern knowledge workers, solopreneurs and creators who have a seemingly endless amount of options in front of them. 

But you do not need to stay in this trap. You can escape it, and you should escape it.

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Is WorkSprint right for you?

If you can relate to any of these, WorkSprint is for you

Escape the procrastination trap in 14 days

WorkSprint is a 14-day group challenge that helps you escape the procrastination trap and take massive action on a goal or project.

You’ll join a community of other knowledge workers, creators, solopreneurs and entrepreneurs collectively pushing to change and build (or rebuild) their work ethic.

But the cornerstone of WorkSprint is the accountability-driven action taking. This is not an online course. It’s not a bunch of information. It’s a system, designed specifically to help you make a drastic change and finally get work done.

The WorkSprint Method

The WorkSprint Method is built on the truth that you don’t need another tactic, strategy, or more information to solve your procrastination problem.

What you need is to take immediate and massive action towards one goal or project.

The process is simple:

  1. Choose a project or goal
  2. 90 mins of focused work per day (minimum)
  3. Do this for 14 days
  4. Foolproof accountability system with daily check-ins

Here’s how it works, in more detail…

Community. Structure. Accountability.

Here's exactly what you can expect inside WorkSprint

Choose Your Focus

The first step during WorkSprint is to choose the goal or project you want to work on during the 14 days.

There will be a live training on this before the start date. If you miss it, you can watch the replay.

Note: We strongly emphasize that choosing A project or goal is better than choosing NO project or goal. The purpose of the WorkSprint is not to have you work on the highest potential project, but to change your work habits and stop procrastinating.

The Community

It’s much easier to stay on the path and do what you’re supposed to do when everyone else is doing the same.

As part of WorkSprint, you’ll get access to our Slack Community where you can ask questions, get help, and share your insights. You’ll also post your daily check-ins here.

Daily Check-ins (Accountability)

Every day after you’ve hit your 90 mins of focused work, you’ll post in the Daily Check-Ins channel on Slack.

It can be as simple as a screenshot, photo, short Loom video, or something else. You have to show that you’ve done the work.

If you want to keep things private and don’t want others to see your check-ins, you’ll have the ability to privately DM your check-ins to me on Slack.

Live Training & Coworking Sessions

You’ll also get access to multiple live calls over the 14 days. These are optional to join, but they are valuable.

There’s a mix of training sessions and virtual coworking sessions.

During the coworking sessions, we spend 45 minutes working (everyone on mute), and then take a 15-min break. During that break, we review our last 45 min session and plan the next. These go for ~3 hours, but you can join and leave at any time.

June Sprint Schedule & Overview

Sprint dates: June 5th - 18th, 2023

All live training sessions are recorded and transcripted for those who can’t make it. 

Note: Attending these training and coworking sessions is completely optional. If you’re short on time, better to do the work you need to do instead of join these calls. 

Also, don’t let timezone issues prevent you from joining—the best part of WorkSprint is the daily accountability and community environment, not the calls. 

Live Session #1: Kick-off call + meet & greet

Friday, June 2nd at 4 PM EST

Live Session #2: Cultivating an action-oriented mindset

Tuesday, June 6th at 4 PM EST

Live Session #3: The framework for building massive momentum

Friday, June 9th at 4 PM EST

Live Session #4: Halfway checkpoint and Q&A session

Monday, June 12th at 4 PM EST

Live Session #5: Mental models for extreme productivity

Tuesday, June 13th at 4 PM EST

Live Session #6: How to push through work plateaus

Friday, June 16th at 4 PM EST

Live Session #7: Final day - celebration & reflection call

Sunday, June 18th at 4 PM EST

Virtual Coworking for Week 1

  • Monday, June 5th: 2-5 PM EST & 8-11 PM EST 
  • Wednesday, June 7th: 4-7 PM EST 
  • Thursday, June 8th: 2-5 PM EST & 8-11 PM EST  
  • Sunday, June 11th: 4-7 PM EST

Virtual Coworking for Week 2

  • Monday, June 12th: 6-9 PM EST 
  • Wednesday, June 14th: 4-7 PM EST 
  • Thursday, June 15th: 2-5 PM EST & 8-11 PM EST 

Pre-recorded Trainings

You’ll get access to these prior to the start date. 

  • #1: Choosing and mapping out your sprint project
  • #2: How to stay the course during WorkSprint (discipline and consistency)
  • #3: How to get the most out of WorkSprint

What others have worked on during WorkSprint

Not sure what to work on? Here are some ideas

Christian Mills

Co-founder of South Drawn

Built out several SOPs and delegated hours of weekly work to rest of team

"WorkSprint helped me push through a bunch of boring but necessary work that I'd been putting off for months."

Nicholas Di Lorenzo

Mastering engineer & founder of Panorama Mastering

Created an automated email funnel to nurture new leads

"I'm ridiculously ecstatic over this sprints' results"

Neil Kahn

UX Designer & Instructor

Built out several SOPs and delegated hours of weekly work to rest of team

"I made a lot more progress on my project during the three weeks of WorkSprint than I had on the three weeks prior."

Nishchay Patel

Founder at Creadev, DJ, Producer

Launched new agency and signed first client on a monthly retainer

"I made major leaps in the right direction for everything and that makes me really happy and excited for the rest of the year!"

Here's a bunch of ideas to inspire you:




Transform from procrastinator to execution machine

Escape the cycle of overthinking, stop procrastinating, and build massive momentum working towards a single goal over 14 days.

What others are saying


You’ve just finished your first WorkSprint.

You’ve shipped something. Maybe it’s a project you’ve been wanting to finish for months (or years). 

Maybe it’s multiple articles that you’re extremely proud to have published. 

Maybe it’s finally gaining traction on your YouTube channel because you’ve been uploading consistently.

Despite the headwinds, you’ve successfully:

  • Overcome your procrastination habit and diligently put in 90 minutes of focused work every day towards your goal.
  • Defeated the cycle of overthinking by choosing something and sticking with it for the 14 days.
  • Pulled yourself out of the analysis paralysis trap and finally taken action.

But most importantly, you’ve now developed a skill.

That skill? Action.

You’ve gone from procrastinator to execution machine.

From overthinker to action-oriented thinker.

From over-analyzer to committed.

WorkSprint was just the start. Who knows what’s in store for you now.

Who's Behind WorkSprint?

Hi, I’m Sam Matla. 

In the last six months, I’ve:

  • Launched an entirely new business (CreatorScale) with two products.
  • Transitioned out of my current business (EDMProd, 10,000+ customers with millions in revenue) and installed a CEO.
  • Wrote approx 2,000 words per day across various projects.
  • A bunch of other small things (gained traction on YouTube channel, wrote some semi-viral tweet threads, etc)

And I did most of this admist a busy travel schedule, moving house, training for a mountain marathon, and working less than 6 hours per day (focused work).

But I wasn’t always this productive. In fact, I was the complete opposite of productive for many years, despite being “successful.”

My Story

How I overcame procrastination

I started my first online business at age 14. I was diligent. Every day after I got home from school, I’d write content for the website (I published 90 articles in the first year). My second business was similar. I worked on it every day.

This ability to work consistently and diligently played a huge role in my third online business attempt, which lead to me building EDMProd—one of the most popular resources for learning electronic music production online.

But the success of that business made me complacent.

The money was mostly passive. I didn’t need to work (though I should have). And slowly but surely, I transformed into a procrastinator.

By mid 2020, I hated it. I had so many ideas, goals, projects. I had things I knew I should be doing. But I just couldn’t get myself to do the work!

After going off-grid for a few nights and properly thinking (not overthinking), I created a system for myself:

  1. Choose a project or goal. Only one. It can be a single piece of work (e.g., a book), or an output schedule (e.g., one article per week).
  2. Set a timeframe. Minimum 14 days to change your procrastination habit into a work habit.
  3. Minimum 90 minutes of focused work per day.
  4. Accountability.

It was the exact system I needed to kick myself out of paralysis and finally get done what I needed to get done.

And now, I’m turning system (with the addition of a vibrant community, daily check-in accountability, and virtual coworking sessions) into WorkSprint to help others make the same transformation.

Frequently Asked Questions

You skimmed the page, didn’t ya?

The short version is that WorkSprint is a cohort-based sprint of people wanting to defeat procrastination by executing daily towards a singular project or goal.

That daily execution? It’s a minimum of 90 minutes per day, for 14 days.

To help you hit that target, we have a structured accountability system where you check in every day with some sort of proof of work. If you miss three daily check-ins, you don’t graduate from the WorkSprint. Simple.

Beyond that, we have 2x virtual co-working calls per week (everyone’s on mute, and we spend 45 min focusing/15 min break for a few hours).

And we have a Slack Community where you can ask questions, build relationships, get help, post your wins, and more.

Let me be clear: WorkSprint is what I wish I had when I was in the deep pit of chronic procrastination.

What I really needed was someone to come alongside me and say, “Hey Sam. I know you don’t want to stay where you are. Let’s set a goal together. Let’s change this once and for all. Let’s finally DO something.”

And then stick with me until I’d changed.

See, WorkSprint is not just another online course. It’s not another money grab. It’s something that’s been carefully designed to maximize output and consistent work effort.

  • The singular goal/project provides clarity and focus.
  • The 14-day timeframe helps force habit and behaviour change (it’s not just a few days of focused work and then back to old ways).
  • The 90 minutes of focused work (minimum) is enough time to make real progress without being too hard to achieve.
  • The accountability mechanisms, including the daily check-in, will get you through the hard days where you feel like slacking off. They’ll also provide you with a feeling of massive momentum as you start building a chain of focused work days.

We want your WorkSprint investment to be risk-free.

If you give it an honest effort, attend the live sessions, and complete at least 50% of the daily check-ins but feel unsatisfied—we’ll refund you.

And if you find after signing up that your schedule is busier than you expected it to be (life gets in the way), then we’ll roll you forward into a future sprint for zero additional cost.

But part of what makes WorkSprint effective is the “skin in the game” and accountability. We don’t want you to back out. We want you to do the work. If you don’t engage at all with the cohort, don’t complete any daily check-ins, and don’t attend any live sessions, then you won’t be eligible for a refund.

After the 14 day sprint, you should feel accomplished, confident, and also have a feeling of momentum.

We’ll wrap things up with a group video call (optional), and give you the option to join the next WorkSprint for an exclusive discounted price (we’ve designed it so you can do it again and again).

You’ll retain access to any training videos and recordings, as well as the shared community general chat (minus the daily check-ins channel and future cohorts).

No, you choose your own project or goal to work on. 

WorkSprint is project-agnostic. If you want to publish 4 videos on your YouTube Channel in 14 days, go for it. If you want to finish your book, go for it.

There are criteria that we strongly recommend you follow to get the most out of the experience, those are:

  • It should be measurable. Something like “be better at YouTube” doesn’t count because it’s too hard to measure.
  • It should have a controllable-output. Setting a goal like “Get 1,000 subscribers” also doesn’t count because it’s outside of your control. A goal or project like, “Create 2 high quality YouTube videos each 10min long” is inside your control.
  • It should be able to be completed within the 14-day timeframe. Overly ambitious goals will likely be detrimental to your WorkSprint experience. Your goal/project should feel challenging, but not impossible. 

You sure can! And if you manage to pull it off, all the more power to you. That’s awesome.

But what I’ve found working with other entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and creators is that accountability is sorely needed.

When you’re working by yourself, it’s way too easy to get derailed and procrastinate. You can have the best “productivity model” in the world, but if there’s little incentive to stick with it, then you won’t.

At the core of WorkSprint is the robust accountability system that has you check-in daily. It’s intense, sometimes uncomfortable, but it damn well works.

I get you. You’re not alone.

Like many others (including myself), you probably struggle with overthinking and analysis paralysis.

Maybe you have a few ideas for projects, but you just can’t decide.

The truth is, you will need to make a decision, but I’ll help you do that. On the onboarding call, we have a full training session on how to choose and plan your project (even if you’re a chronic overthinker).

Our philosophy is that choosing a project is better than not doing any work at all. And it’s only 14 days, so if you work on something that’s suboptimal (unlikely), it’s only been less than a month—and you’ve probably picked up a few healthy work habits along the way.

Timezones and schedules are a thing, and while we try to accommodate for everyone, sometimes it’s just not possible.

With that said, the live training sessions are more of an “add-on” to WorkSprint. The core value is in the community and accountability—both of which can be engaged in regardless of timezone or schedule.

All training sessions will be recorded. The virtual coworking sessions won’t be.

In the future, as WorkSprint grows, we plan to have more virtual coworking sessions (ideally multiple times per day to accommodate different timezones).

If you think having structured accountability, a vibrant community of others all working towards their own goals and projects, and a set timeframe of 14 days to really push forward your project—then yes, it’s worth it.

If you’re working on a big project (like a book), then you can treat your WorkSprint as a 14-day time period to really push an aspect of the project forward (example: write the entire first draft of the book).

Enroll in the WorkSprint June Cohort

Transform from procrastinator to execution machine