LEARN HOW TO WRITE BETTER
Your people want to get better at writing. You want to invest in that because you’re smart, and you know good writing saves a hell of a lot of time, money, and pain. And you’ve found me. YUSS!
But here’s the thing: I’ve been doing this for a long time. A long, long time. Don’t let the flawless skin fool you. I’ve had enough years of practice to now be officially classed as Freaking. Amazing.
So I’m only willing to do this right. I don’t need your business badly enough to do a shit job for you.
i do in-house training
What does that mean? It means I come into your business and run training for up to 12 people.
It means I DON’T run public courses that individuals can enrol on. Please stop asking me.
I DO do executive 1-1 coaching starting at a $2,000+gst package. I also run online courses for individuals. If that’s not clear, I suck at my job.
What’s it worth to you?
The benefits of better writing can be measured. Give me your email and I’ll send you the evidence.
(travel and accommodation extra)
You want me, that’s how much I cost.
1-1 coaching packages
starting at $2,000+gst
My best work happens over 2 days
Over 2 days I can take your team from whatever level they’re at, reframe them to modern writing approaches that actually work, AND make sure they know how to actually write that way once they leave the room.
They’ll be buzzing, they’ll be writing freakishly well, and you’ll see REAL CHANGE.
You wouldn’t want anything less.
But you’re special *rolls eyes* and you can only do 1 day I get it. I don’t like it, but I get it. So you’ve got the 2 options above – just know people will be left wanting MUCH MORE.
Why I won’t do a ½ day training
Because it’s a waste of your money. You’ll get awareness, but no skill. You’ll be entertained and excited. You’ll play with koosh balls and giggle. But when you leave the room you won’t be able to do anything different.
You’re smarter than that.
Am I a bit much for you? Want something effective but a bit more vanilla?
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