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I started "With a K" to help creative women to Share their Genuine Voices and Change the World.
Because I believe that it's in our power to do it
And there are so many benefits to living and working that way, that we simply must.
When you trust and share your own voice - on your blog, in your business, & in your creative life - there's a genuine quality to it that can't be outsourced.
Your real voice - the one that is in your own head right now? That's the most effective way to communicate with the people you care about: your readers, customers - even your friends and family.
It's actually pretty fun!
Once you learn some creativity boosting tricks, surround yourself with other folks who write and start to Trust your Voice - you can actually have some fun with it!
I want to help, If you're a Blogger or Creative Entrepreneur
There are 3 things I love to help people like you to conquer
I'm a developmental editor, copy-writer, mentor or consultant for writing projects of all sizes.
Get in touch to see how we can work together on your next project or develop a learning plan to help you find your Voice.
I love to help Bloggers to find the right overall style, tone and message for their blog.
We can create an editorial calendar to suit your life and your readers' taste, while we develop your Voice and style over time.
I help creative entrepreneurs & world changers develop a brand message to support their work and sell their products & services.
Let's make your website a powerful engine for your business & mission.
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I don’t mean that you suddenly feel the need to compare Halo stats (is that still a thing?) or laugh at farts. What I mean is that you don’t trust your Writing Voice. You don’t sit down at the notebook (or keyboard) & feel like it’s going to show up for you every single time you need it. It could crack & creak unexpectedly & embarrass you. Or worse? Everyone might realize that you don’t know what you’re talking about. You don’t even know what to say or how to cross the gymnasium floor to say it (remember the sock-hop-dead-zone?). You know that […]Read More
So I’ve said it before & I’ll say it again: if you want to be a writer, you have to write. Every. Single. Day. You need to put pen to paper & do the thing over & over again – & be willing for it to not be perfect. I often tell my daughter, who is a super-perfectionist (apple= right beside tree), that she has to let herself be a beginner when she is learning something, because she – like all of us – hates seeing her first attempts at new things form up into…well…mediocre. She wants it to be perfect! I’m […]Read More