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A Little Support Goes a Long Way

I’m here to see your content come to life—but why are you here?

The easiest thing here would be for you to tell me. But if it were actually easy—I mean, the emphasis alone can mean a thousand different things—you would’ve done that already. 

Why are you here? 


Why are you here?


Why are you here?


Asking for what you need is really hard. A lot of times, knowing what you need is harder. 


Aside from “my friend said I should check this site out” (frequently heard) or “I don’t know, man, help?!” (typical common denominator) or “I saw you somewhere and dig your vibe” (less frequently, but I’ll take it)…let’s try to zoom in on where you’re at in this journey.

You're just starting out (on this project, at least). You've got an idea and want to know if it is worth chasing. You haven't really started writing yet, or you're in progress and just need some support as you work through your draft. 

This is getting started space, and it should be super fun. There’s so much possibility and potential and room to play here. Then again, all that space can feel a little intimidating. If you’re not trying to dedicate your life solely to writing, you want to validate the work before you devote time (or any more time) to it. If you are trying to dedicate your life to writing, you want to validate the work as part of that pivot. 

A Big Idea discovery works well in this space—in a group, 1:1, or in the workbook. I'd also love to hold space with you during my weekly co-working sessions, where a tight-knit group of us just show up to work. Sometimes it's getting other work out of the way, sometimes it's research, sometimes we get words down.  

And we always do it together.

You're in the thick of writing—a book or any other kind of content—and want to explore a specific topic. Maybe it's about leveling up your skill, maybe it's about overcoming a specific roadblock. Either way, you are hungry to learn and love to do so in a chase-your-interest, informal exploration kind of way.

This is total, non-committal play space, where we get together and geek out over whatever topic has the energy that month. I've invited a couple of my closest colleagues in on this one, too, because added perspectives are better for us all. 

What's really exciting about these sessions is they're open to adaptation depending on what the group needs and where us leaders are digging in. We may open up individual sessions in the future, but right now I'm too convinced of the power of momentum to take the stop-start route. Each month has a theme that drives the entire webinar series, and each week will undoubtedly build on the next. 

Sign up for the month and get all four recordings even if you can't make a day. They're currently priced the same as one of my 1:1 calls, and all of the revenue from this particular day is split amongst my pod of folks that support each other's businesses. If you can't swing a live month, hang tight—these will be bundled up as archive packages in the future.

You have a clear goal and feel good about your idea, and you might even have a draft in hand that feels close to done. You know you need something, but you're not sure what—or you maybe do know what it's going to take and you don't want to do it alone.

The thing about getting to shipping is that sometimes you see it when it’s way out on the horizon, sometimes it sneaks up on you, and sometimes it’s on the horizon but you want to throw your manuscript at it anyway because omg what else can you even do with it?!


So here's what I know: the best you can do is just keep moving forward. I've seen some patterns play out over the years, and I've put them into a flow that we can follow in small groups, no matter where you are in your process. 

Will it give you a clear publish date and a "write your book in 3 months" kind of promise? Absolutely not

Will it give you the next right step to take, and a smidge of group pressure to keep you taking those steps? That's the goal, anyway. I'll create the space, you bring your whole self, and we'll see how it all shakes out.

You've been writing for a while, but it feels like a puzzle you can't quite sort. Maybe a draft that you need to start revising, or a collection of content that you've gathered over the years. You know it's good material and want to publish it somewhere, eventually, if you can make sense of it—but making sense of it is what matters most right now.

This is like the getting started space, but spicier. You need help getting sorted when you’ve got content in hand but no idea how to make it into a book. Maybe it’s a draft that feels partway there. Maybe it’s an old blog. Maybe it’s years of documentation in your area of expertise. 


Words aren’t the issue. Figuring out how to move all the pieces around in a way that means anything to the reader you want to help? That’s the real work.

If you don’t know how to articulate the precise reader or who you are to them or how you want them to change, that’s where discovery comes in. Try this template, free. If you still want support, then we’ll double back as though you’re getting started.


If you know where you’re headed, then we’ll work on a “table of content” by naming the dimensions of your book and mapping them against each other in a way your reader can track with.

You're just done staring at the blank screen. You'd yell into the void but the void is no long accepting voicemail.

A whole lot of work and time and blood and sweat and tears come between sorting out your material and getting it out the door. 


Writing can be its own kind of purgatory.

If you’re there, reach out. 


We may find a path that works for you. We may set up ongoing check-ins. We may get you into a group setting, or connect you with someone else who can help.


We may just unstick you right then and there.


Chat here, on the page, or hop on my calendar.


Wherever you are in your writing journey, I want to meet you there. But I can only help if you reach out. 


Let’s get you moving again.

All purchases are nonrefundable. All purchases gain access to the Client Vault—a living database of the programs and resources I build out in response to ongoing learning and development with you all.


More importantly, we are doing partnership work rather than product work, and in the same way that a life coach can't un-coach you, I can't unblock the time on my calendar or the energy I reserve for your project.


On the flip side, I will always honor un-redeemed 1:1 calls, even if you need to take a break for an extended period of time. Group calls will be recorded in case you miss them—each payment covers that cycle only.


Thank you for partnering in my work and trusting me with yours!

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