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The most common thing I hear from business owners is they need some help but don’t know what or where to start. You have an awesome business and incredible ideas but you are just stuck doing ALL the things or can’t seem to get others engaged in your awesomeness.
I also find my clients are often natural talkers – great at being up on stage and entertaining the crowd but when it comes to writing their thoughts and compelling stories down… tumbleweeds.
I’m not a huge talker but boy, do I listen. I listen not just to your spoken words but how you say them, the words you don’t say, your little buzz words that wind their way into your sentences without you even noticing. I’m also still “the why kid” (sorry Mum) – but why, but why, but why – so I’m going to get all those little tiny details out of you! With that level of detail I write pieces that read just like you sound
Also a master planner. My Dad’s speech at my wedding started with “A great partnership – I can tell where Sam has been involved as everything is happening like clockwork and no detail is missed… and there’s plenty of alcohol, thanks Brendon!” I literally have a list for a list. So if you have an end goal but it’s just overwhelming working out all the stages to get there, then let’s write a list together!
1. You get in touch: fill out the contact form below & let me know a little about what you do, where you might need help.
2. We chat: I may ask you a few more questions via email & we'll set up a time to chat via Zoom.
3. Scope of work: once I've asked you LOTS of questions, we'll define the scope of work together & get clear on what services you need.
4. Proposal: I'll send you a written proposal detailing the agreed scope, cost, inclusions/exclusions - essentially outlining the amazing work we'll do together to help you out!
5. Let's do this: you say "yes please" and I'll send you a contract to sign so we can get started asap.
We'll then chat about next steps - usually a start up meeting to map out a plan of attack.