STORY SPECIALISTSCREENWRITER | BUSINESS STRATEGIST | RESEARCH JOURNALIST
You want them
glued to their seats.
Hanging on to your every word. Unable to blink because of your riveting, brilliant, authentic, hilarious, dynamic awesomeness. You want to be beyond good, beyond great. You want to be exceptional.
It starts with an exceptional script.
The script is the foundation of a great program, whether it’s on TV, on the silver screen or on the stage. Translating years of experience and knowledge into a one hour format — or less — is no easy task.
You have important choices to make.
Determining the best tone, anecdotes, facts, transitions, and where to start – is hard. On top of that, there are numerous ways to angle your message. Should it be more uplifting? Serious? Funny? Authoritative? Where do you add? Where do you cut?
I help you cut through the questions and make smart decisions.
Taking the stage is a one-person job.
Writing the script doesn’t have to be.
Your speech can’t help anyone if you never give it.
Whether you’re starting from scratch or developing existing material, if you have something important to say, do it justice by working with a professional writer and collaborator.
Make yourself heard.
Questions about how we could work together or want to find out if we’re a match? Drop me a note and let’s meet via Skype or phone to find out.
“Every single module gave me an ‘a-ha’ moment. Simple questions led to much more complex answers and I couldn’t have gotten there on my own.”
~Francesca Vavala, Author
“Powerful. These four sessions will stay with you forever. This is a blueprint and process to solve problems over and over.”
~Mike Patterson, CEO, Alias Cann
"So clever. Brilliant. Brilliant concept. REALLY inspiring to think of myself as a hero in my own life.
This is for everyone who wants to improve their life and do something they’ve never done before."
~Gunnel Ryner, Author
"Awesome reminder that a way forward will present itself if you do the exercises. This class forced me to look at my past successes and break them down. It was sheer utter will! [Realizing this] was like magic."