It’s like class… but without the boring lectures, confusing instructions, and pointless drivel.

Frustrated with your lack of time to practice?

YES!

Frustrated with your lack of effective & efficient practice material?

YES!

Frustrated with your lack of results after all the effort?

YES!

 

I know you want to believe this, I did too. This is how a typical month goes when the brilliant idea to learn ASL strikes:

  1. Get terribly (manically) excited and start planning your interpreting career, #alltheDeaf to sign with.

  2. Google the stink out of that stuff.

  3. Bang head against the wall because Google is a piece of poop and gives you all the answers except the one you desperately need!

  4. Watch all the free videos you find but realize over half of them are dead wrong. All. that. Time. effort. *waahhhhh*

  5. Think about signing up for that program that promises to make you fluent in a week and even fix your childhood!

  6. Bang head against the wall because it is just a bunch of warmed-up poop and now you are not just frustrated but also broke.

  7. Call neighbors looking for walls to bang head against.

  8. Consider faking memory loss every time someone asks you how your signing is coming along. Hey, you know sign language, how do you sign the entire American constitution? Hey! You know ASL, what did they just say?

LATHER. RINSE. REPEAT.

I know you want to believe this one, too. Afterall, that’s what everyone says. You can’t learn ASL without a Deaf friend. This is how a typical month goes when the brilliant idea to learn ASL strikes:

  1. Get terribly (manically) excited and start planning your interpreting career, #alltheDeaf to sign with.

  2. Google the stink out of that stuff.

  3. Bang head against the wall because you don’t know any Deaf people to sign with!

  4. Watch all the free videos you find but realize over half of them are dead wrong. Throat punch all of ‘em.

  5. Think about going to a Deaf event to learn to sign, but can’t find anything. Alienate friends after pestering them to introduce you to anyone with any hearing loss.

  6. Narrowly avoid arrest after stalking all the Starbucks & Mall food courts looking for anyone moving their hands around. Make people uncomfortable with your leering.

  7. Bang head against the wall because you’ve not learned a dang thing. Don’t remember anything.

  8. Run into a Deaf girl at the grocery store. Almost pee your pants from excitement… excitement that suddenly turns to dread. What intheworld is she signing at me??

  9. Fake memory loss. Cut your losses and RUN!!!!!

  10. Get arrested for assault when your well-meaning friend asks you how your signing is coming along. “Hey, you know sign language, how do you sign the entire American constitution? Hey! You know ASL, what did they just say? Throat punch. Handcuffs. Jail time.

I JUST WANTED TO SIGN WITH SOMEONE...


P.S. A good Deaf friend is invaluable, but not having one is NOT a deal breaker. You can effectively learn ASL for years without meeting one Deaf person. This is a convenient excuse we tell ourselves when we’re not progressing, when we’re frustrated, when we’re scared. I don’t have anyone to practice with that’s Deaf. I can’t help it. It’s not my fault. Instead… learn & practice all you can AND look for people (Deaf & Hearing) to sign with, but don’t stop if you can’t find anyone.

Just open the workbook/textbook on your computer,

Follow the simple, step-by-step instructions for each ASL Asset, and you’ll be able to repeatedly sign expressive messages whenever you need to.

 

 

It gives you everything:

  • How to construct authentic, accurate sentences. Signing is all about the facial expressions, mouth movements, and body language. Learn the nuances for each sign to create your message with ease & fun!
  • Experience signing sentences & using a variety of tools to retain all those new signs you’ve learned. Get those signs & syntax to stick!
  • The complete course manual that enables you to quickly and easily understand the Deaf culture, its people, its language.
  • How to quickly and easily create your own practice material, complete the assignments & practice material with confidence and sparkle. Better than Edward sparkle.
  • Everything you need plus the beautiful, wide, white, farmhouse kitchen sink with spiral faucet.

 

Mom (read: forced to work during bed time)

Dreamer (read: hit with a million ideas & stuff my days trying to do them)

Hustler (read: do whatever it takes but don’t want to spend thousands)

I am also someone who knows how to get the absolute best results in the shortest possible time using scientifically proven methods.

I went from zero to conversational in 2 years… all because I know how to strategically learn, implement, and practice because I use proven systems and methods. (ain’t nobody got time for trial and error).

I maintained my skills and increased them steadily with these same methods. Because who wants to bust their butt and then years later realize you’ve either forgotten everything but your name or you’re stuck in the same place? Not I.

Permission to deliriously plug into the brain of someone who understands ASL & willing to share her secrets >> YES!

Permission to satisfy the lifelong yearning for knowing this beautiful language, its intricacies and signs >> YES!

Permission to feel the thrill of seeing their confusion dissolve into cries of “ohmyamazing!” >> YES!