Major Area of Focus:
Strengthening the Writing Skills of Business Owners & Support Staff:
• Word Choice
Imagine attending a key business networking event with the top influencers in your industry, but you are afraid that others will find out about your poor grammatical skills and word choice. While this has not been a problem in the past, now, you are at a point where your lack of grammatical skills can make or break your new business venture. After all, it took you a long time to start your own business, and you do not want it to fold based on your lack of confidence in your communication skills.
Do not give up; I can help you. As a college English professor, I have helped hundreds of college students improve their grammatical, punctuation, and communication skills. As the owner of a traditional book publishing company and a self-publishing book company, I have assisted authors enhance their writing skills and storytelling (see link for more specifics).
In my capacity as a grammar consultant, I aim to strengthen the writing skills of business owners and their support staff. I can help you gain confidence so you will not have to worry about sending an error-filled email to potential clients or writing a report, presentation, or marketing plan with grammatical errors.
My goal is to help you reach your goal. For example, if you have a blogging business, you recognize the importance of being on target with grammar, punctuation, and word choice since some of the key search engines have begun critiquing blogs. Having multiple errors on your site will dramatically reduce your readership. And any errors on social media invite less than kind critiques.
Among the major outcomes, you should expect from your consultation strong oral and written skills that you will develop which prove to your potential customer that you not only know about your business but, also, how to express yourself effectively via e-mail, Skype, phone, or in a one-on-one communiqué in your office.
When you increase your ability to present yourself in this way, potential customers will become customers and actually “put the money on the table!”
To determine whether we will be a “good fit,” consider these questions:
- Are you committed to working with me for more than one meeting, not expecting a “quick fix”?
- Are you willing to work with me for a minimum of six (6) months to a year?
- Do you really want to improve your skills?
- Are you really ready to invest the time?
- Are you really ready and able to invest in your business?
- Are you willing to accept advice that will be based on a strong spiritual component? And by spiritual, this is not referring to any particular religion.
- Are you willing to acknowledge improvement and growth cannot just be achieved by human support?
If you have answered “yes” to each of the preliminary interview questions, then, contact me at email@example.com. In your email, please:
- List any questions you have for me.
- Indicate three times you are open for the consultation call.
- We will establish a mutual time for the consultation.
I look forward to meeting with you! See pricing and more specific details