Living a creative life can be immensely satisfying.
It can also get complicated. Do you…
- Want the words stalled at the tip of your tongue to reach a larger audience?
- Want more time to focus on what you love?
- Want more focus to move your work forward?
If you’re having trouble with words, time, or focus, I can help.
WORDS: If you have the ideas, but can’t find the words to describe them, consider chatting with me to find a way to pin those butterflies and display their wings so all can see. As a creative person, you want to articulate your message in ways authentic to your individual style. I can help you do that. Your blog posts, bios, eBooks, brochures, press kits, and marketing materials should reflect your particular voice and talents.
TIME: If you have tasks you’ve done successfully (or maybe not so successfully) but want more time for the rest of your life, consider delegating those tasks to me. If you need someone to:
- research, synthesize, and organize information
- maintain your portfolio or product offerings online
- create order from chaos with streamlined procedures
work with me to create and maintain efficient systems for you so you can reclaim that time for the work that nourishes you.
FOCUS: Consider consulting with me to bring the blur into focus, clarify your ideas, and present them using proven methods. I can help you identify the problems that are holding you back and establish priorities and goals to get you where you want to go. Creative coaching brings accountability to your mission and fosters consistent progress.
Your Style, Your Way
When we work together, I’ll take the time to make sure I understand your project. While I’m happy to work on short-term projects, my specialty lies in creating long-term relationships in order to fully understand and help you achieve your goals and dreams.
Some of the projects I’ve worked on for clients include:
- Writing and designing workbooks to complement training programs
- Writing and posting blog posts on topics as diverse as real estate and personal growth
- Creating monthly “nag lists” of priorities with weekly reminders to keep focus laser-sharp and progress on track
- Researching topics and providing concise, useful information
- Reviewing short stories and novels for content, structure, organization, character, and detail
- Commenting on marketing materials to make sure the tone, message, and content remain consistent
Read in clients’ own words how I helped them bring their visions to reality.
Get organized. Get creative. Get heard.
I know how difficult it can be to carve out the time and energy you need to organize your life.