That’s what my clients ask me for again and again.
They want to know how they can do for themselves what I help them do.
I’ve meant to make something. After all, my clients are some of my favorite people in the whole world, so of course I want to help them. The problem was, caressing a piece of writing into its clearest, strongest form feels like second nature to me. How do you distill that kind of intuition into something other people can learn from…and duplicate?
So I set to work. I’ve spent the past months meticulously collecting examples and explanations and feedback and a-ha! moments from my work with clients. I’ve talked through processes and answered questions. I’ve jotted notes on scrap paper while I cook dinner and in my iPhone while I’m taking a walk. And at last, the ideas, the words, began pouring through me.
Now? I’m finally ready.
I can see how it will work. How I can make my deepest reserves of subconscious knowledge explicit. How I can transmit what feels like innate know-how to people just like you. And I’m so excited to share it with you.
As I write these words, I’m hard at work, compiling all that editing goodness into a series of concise, actionable guides that will help you learn to edit your own writing the way I would if we were working together.
As the threads come together, what’s emerging is something new.
I have ambitious goals for these guys. I’m crafting them to fill a hole in the online business world.
- They’re not about how to write an ebook. There are plenty of guides like that on the market.
- They’re not a copywriting course. That’s not what I do, nor is it what you’ve asked me for.
- They’re not a collection of grammar rules or quick tips or writing prompts. You can find those all over the internet.
They’re guides that will teach solo and small business owners like you how to edit their own stuff, from organization and structure all the way through to spit and polish. They’ll teach you how to communicate well. That’s the most important thing, in the end, because clear communication is how you get your best ideas into the hands of the people you love to serve.
Shall I let you know when they’re ready?
I don’t have a release date. I suppose you could just keep checking this page for updates, but I have a better (and easier) idea: Sign up for Notes in the Margins using the form below. I promise you’ll be the first to know. I’ll even send you my audio guide to gathering the pieces of your first draft, Out of Your Head and onto the Page, to enjoy while you wait.
I promise to keep you in the loop. I can’t wait to show you what I’m making for you!