Perhaps you’re reading my bio to find a witty or clever phrase or two to encourage you to purchase my work. Perhaps you’re reading it as a resume of sorts – you know – where I list all of the credentials I’ve gained that led me to writing and to show off what a terrific writer I am (or should be). Perhaps you'll be interested to learn writing for me began very young without a thought toward being trained and credentialed to write. I simply wrote. Like an artist simply draws and paints, like a musician simply puts notes together and creates music, I simply put words together and write.
Writing is a passion I’ve followed since my early years. I like to break some of the rules of writing to make stronger, more interesting points. I never want my writing to sound mechanical as if ejected from a lifeless computer program. My goal is to write creatively on topics that might otherwise be difficult or complex to understand and to write on topics that interest readers and solve their problems cutting a path from stranger or mere acquaintance to avid follower and (depending upon client goals) customer and repeat customer.
With an eye toward my credentials, I have been writing for many years for many reasons. I have written and edited newsletter articles for professional services. developed marketing applications using Boolean logic and wrote instructions for and trained call center customer service reps. I edited and proofed graphics, product descriptions and formatting of sales catalogs for industrial and medical gases and welding supplies, edited/reformatted governmental processes and procedures, transcribed and formatted reports from electronically delivered audio and created flowcharts that followed processes from beginning to end.
I’ve designed display ads for small businesses, rewritten brochures for accounting and trust companies and have imagined and started several small businesses of my own using sales and marketing techniques I’ve learned along the way. I now freelance and write on a variety of topics (some that align with my personal interests) with many focused on entrepreneurship, small business, accounting, personal finance, travel, community, lifestyle, home improvement, decorating, cooking, aging, gardening, parenting and general interest topics (to name a few).
A lifelong learner, I continually immerse myself in courses and read data associated with the strategy of content marketing, blogging, empathy and experience mapping, management and leadership development, real estate, accounting, finance, fashion, travel, home decor and more.
If there’s a writing project you’ve been tasked with or a specific goal you have in mind that can be achieved through the use of strategic and creative writing or you’re looking for a writer to help you strategize your content, I’m listening.
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