Why I Love Writing So Much…
I have been writing for as long as I could hold a pen. I am that person that jumps out of bed each morning, starts the coffee, takes the dogs out and then jumps immediately to writing, pen in hand, in a notebook.
My mind is constantly looking at how I can help someone improve their message so they are clear and reaching their target audience and being successful in their area of expertise.
As a creative, I have always been an out of the box thinker. I love to create new ideas and I am a constant learner. I soak up information daily and have a constant flow of new ideas whether for myself or my clients and I am not afraid to share them.
One of the perks to working with me is that my clients know I will always share what I have learned with them, always look at how things are performing for them, and always collaborate with them. I do this because I love being creative and sharing my gift of writing with the world.
I have spent years studying how to be a better writer and have studied with the best of the best in the industry. People like Red Hot Copy, John Carlton, Dan Kennedy, AWAI, Children’s Institute for Literature and more.
In addition to studying the greats and learning from them, I am also in a daily regime of practicing my writing skills and always improving. Writing daily is important to me and something I make a priority because I want to be the best I can be and use my gift wisely.
I have been a professional copywriter for over 10 years and have worked on all types of writing projects including ghost writing books, ebooks, ezines, blogs, web copy, sales copy, direct response copy, direct mail copy, landing pages, email autoresponder followups and more. I have written for all types of industries but the self help/self growth, coaching and health and wellness industries are where most of my clients fall into and being a certified health coach I have the knowledge and background to understand those industries really well.
My goal is to never retire because I feel that when you love what you do, you never have to retire. You want to do that “thing” until the very end. That is how I feel about writing.