A story well told is a story well remembered.

There’s something special about a good story: one that has the power to capture interest, provoke thought, and etch a permanent place in memory. A good story demands to be told, passed on, and remembered.

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t make a story like that by waiting for something interesting to happen. You may not know it yet, but the content is already there. It was there when you started your own business. It was there when you sacrificed for a cause you believed in. It was there when you formed a community. It was there when you took pride in what you do.

The real work in making a story great, then, is not figuring out what to say but how to say it. That’s where I can help.  I want to learn all there is to know about your story so I can share it with the world.

Spread the word on as many outlets as possible

In 1963, the publisher of The Washington Post called journalism the “first rough draft of history.” Today, that story is being written in more than just newspapers. It’s being written on your blog, on your website, on your social media. It’s being told in your YouTube videos and your case studies. Or at least it should be.

If it’s not yet, don’t panic. I can help you translate your story to a variety of mediums, so that audiences of all kinds can hear one cohesive message.

Make it count with the 1st draft.

In the information-saturated world in which we live, you don’t often get a second chance to be heard.  So you’ve got to make the most out of every moment on every medium. Contact me to learn more about how I can help tell your story on everything from traditional media to a blog, from YouTube to sales collateral. If something needs to be written, I can help.


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