As writers, the most precious resource we have is our creative energy. But most of us have no idea how to put that energy to good use.
We get distracted by the internet and waste it on Facebook and other time-suck sites.
We get discouraged by negative comments and waste it on fending off our inner critic.
We get confused by all the questions, advice, guides and how-to articles and waste it on battling fatigue.
We need help.
This is where a writing coach comes in.
I work with writers at all levels who all have one thing in common: They’re ready to get serious. They’re ready to bring their A-game to the table and build the writing life and career they’ve always wanted. They may get tired and distracted sometimes, because they’re only human, but ultimately they never take their eye off the ball.
I’m not a drill sergeant and I don’t believe in making a writer work off a to-do list (unless, of course, they actually enjoy to-do lists) but I do expect my writers to give me their very best. I expect my writers to feel the fear and do it anyway. I expect them to show up in integrity and with passion for themselves and the work they want to do in this world.
I help my writers every step of the way. From the idea to the first draft to the spit-and-polish revisions. I act as a mentor, a teacher, a fellow student, a therapist and a loving reader. As a writing coach, I wear a lot of hats and I’ve seen a lot of sloppy first drafts. I know that every dream can be manifested through true belief and hard work, sometimes a writer just needs a little help is all.
If you’re interested in a completely free, no-obligation 30-minute consultation call to see if coaching would be a good fit for you and your dreams, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use my contact page and let’s talk. If you’re interested in more information on packages and pricing you can check out my coaching page here.