A NYT bestselling ghostwriter has already succeeded in the writing industry and can offer valuable insights into the writing process, publishing, and book marketing.
Rarely talked about… the elusive Dark Night of the Writer’s Soul. The writing of a book can need a Coach to support you in bringing the dark into the light. This isn’t about trauma, it’s about acknowledging and reckoning yourself. Write on!
If you’ve ever wanted to write a book but struggled with “it’s too hard” this guide is for you. 7 steps to writing a book.
All you Rebels, Misfits and World-Changing Humans who are writing your own copy (and who isn’t because even with a Copywriter, you’ve still got things to write) – this one is absolutely for you.
Using quantum linguistics produces better communication and better language choice which can significantly improve the quality of your life, your client’s lives and your ability to attract or repel people.
For those who say they “hate sales”, I’ve got some breaking news – we are all in sales.
Copy doesn’t always come easy to people. In fact, in recent studies, it’s been shown that copywriting is one of the most effective tools we have for marketing and the one most of us don’t learn or master.
Using Quantum Copy Method, I worked with Kady to recognize the alignment inside of herself and within her clients in claiming this title and owning it. Once she did – magic took over and kablam! Her Coaching shifted into ultra-high gear.
There are so many brilliant tools and apps now on the market to make your copywriting journey a success. Oh, how I wish, so many of these had been around in the early days of my career…
As a self-proclaimed lover of the adjective (mmm it’s just so juicy!), I have to remind myself (often!) to slow down or skip altogether for the sake of brevity and also… our brains!
I was always taught that everything around us has energy – the plants, the table, my laptop, the book, myself. We’re all made of energy and at every single moment we have a vibrational frequency that makes us attractive to some things and repellent to others.
Is your copy riddled with “I” statements? Do you catch yourself telling everyone around you “I do this” or “I do that” when describing your work?