Private One-on-One Productive Through Joy Trainings! 

Δ FREE 15-Minute Consultation: These trainings are not for everyone. We like to honestly ascertain if our approach is a match with the client's needs.

Δ Vision: One 45-Minute Private One-on-One Productive Through Joy Skype or Face Time Training.


Δ Foundation: Four 45-Minute Private One-on-One Productive Through Joy Skype or Face Time



Δ VIP Mastermind: Four 45-Minute Private One-on-One Skype or Face Time Productive Through Joy Trainings AND Two 2-hour IN-PERSON Intensive Productive Through Joy Trainings on California's inspiring Venice Beach. Four Month Commitment.

⇒$1045 Per Month

♥ Interested parties contact Michael Datcher at or direct message Michael Datcher through Facebook @michaeldatcher to arrange a  FREE consultation.

Mission + Vision

Our Mission is to co-create an Abundance Movement where people with progressive visions have the abundant resources to manifest their progressive 



We offer world-class productivity trainings for entrepreneurs, would-be entrepreneurs & people who simply want to live like a boss!




We leverage Love & Joy as technologies to drive our clients toward entrepreneurial and personal goals. 




Productivity expert Michael Datcher received his B.S. from the University of California Berkeley, his Masters from UCLA and his Ph.D in English Literature from the University of California Riverside. He is the author the critically-acclaimed East St. Louis historical novel AMERICUS  and the critically-acclaimed New York Times Bestseller RAISING FENCES—a TODAY SHOW BOOK CLUB Book of the Month pick.  The film rights were originally optioned by actor Will Smith’s Overbrook Productions, who hired Datcher to write the screenplay. 

He is co-editor of TOUGH LOVE: The Life and Death of Tupac Shakur.  Datcher’s play SILENCE was commissioned by and premiered at the Getty Museum.

He is co-host of the weekly public affairs news magazine BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLE on 90.7 FM  KPFK in Los Angeles. His writing is widely anthologized, including appearances in the volumes What Makes A Man (Penguin), Brown Sugar 3 (Simon Schuster), Soulfires (Penguin), Testimony (Beacon Press), Another City (City Lights), and Body and Soul (Crown), among others.

He has curated and/or presented his work at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hammer Museum and other art institutions. Datcher is the former Executive Director of The World Stage, a literary and jazz education and performance nonprofit in Los Angeles’ Crenshaw District. He is Editor of THE TRUTH ABOUT THE FACT: International Journal of Literary Nonfiction.  Datcher is on the faculty of Loyola Marymount University’s English Department.​