WHO ARE YOU? (who? who?who?who?)

Tell me, who are you? (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?)
‘Cause I really wanna know (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?

The Who
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Now that you know who I am, Perhaps you’d like to know whom I help.

I help people find their words. Part of my calling is helping others communicate. So, if you need to find your message, manage your writing time, or find a better way to communicate, I want to help you, especially if you fall into the following categories:

Creative Entrepreneurs:

You’re a writer, artist, dancer, etc. who has or wants to start your own business.

I’ve been there, done that, and made most of the mistakes along the way. I can help you balance your time, deal with your finances, and find better clients.


You’ve written or even published your work, but you know it needs another set of eyes.

I provide a non-judgmental critical eye to your work and help you define and hone your message. I can help with editing, self-publishing or query questions, and getting in the right mindset.

Newbie Writers:

You’re just starting to write and you’re wondering if you’ve got what it takes.

First, let me say, you do. I can help with your drive, managing your time, and getting your words in front of other people.

Non-Native Speakers:

You’re struggling with your English and have trouble with written or spoken communication.

I have been tutoring and training non-native speakers for almost 20 years! I love the language and I can help you become a better writer, speaker, or both.

So tell me…who are you? Do you still need help, even if you don’t identify with any category?

Send me a message!

What can I do to uncover or strengthen your calling, message, or passion? Let me know!


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