SO, YOU NEED HELP WRITING.

This isn’t a bad thing; in fact, most people need help crystallizing their big ideas.

Only 1 in 1,874,000 people say they enjoy writing.

(OK, that is not a real fact, but it is probably close).

Let’s help you shine in the spotlight moments of your life.

PICK A CARD, ANY CARD.

… Or pick one of these two.

Work with a
writing coach

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Have us write
for you

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WORK WITH A WRITING COACH

HOW IT WORKS

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Choose

Discuss our monthly writing coach packages with a Heroic Public Speaking team member, and decide what works best for you and your writing needs. Based on your needs, we pair you with a writing coach that we think is your best match toward success.

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Start

Your writing coach learns about your project based on your survey (and draft or outline, if you submitted one ahead of time). You meet with your writing coach 2 live-time hours per month (Skype).

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Revise

Between Skype meetings, you write and revise.

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Submit

Before your next meeting, email your draft to your writing coach. They’ll review, make notes, and discuss steps to move forward in your next session--all while maintaining that you’re working toward your project goals.

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Continue the process until the end of your
package.

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Celebrate

Break out the party hats.

Feb 26

HAVE US WRITE FOR YOU

HOW IT WORKS

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Choose

Discuss our script writing services with a Heroic Public Speaking team member. Based on that discussion, we’ll pair you with a writing coach.

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Connect

In a 20-minute Skype session, discuss your ideas with one of our writing coaches. They learn more about your project. From this, we can assess pricing for your project, and a Heroic Public Speaking team member will work with you to discuss timeline and pricing for a complete project.

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Meet

Send any outlines or previous work your writing coach’s way. Discuss over Skype in a 50-minute session. Pat yourself on the back for choosing to work with one of our writing coaches.

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Wait with Anticipation

Don’t bite your fingernails. This is a good wait; it’s when your writing coach churns all of your ideas into a first draft.

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Spruce

After you receive your first draft, work with your writing coach to fine-tune. See what works and which sections have areas for growth.

Feb 18
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Repeat

Continue the process until you receive your deliverable script, written and customized just for you.

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Celebrate

Break out the party hats. Throw in some kazoos while you’re at it. You have a finished product

Feb 18

WHY SHOULD YOU WORK WITH A WRITING COACH

Clarity

You have an important message, and you want to be represented as beautifully as possible. From structures and frameworks to knockout storytelling, we have you covered to make sure your project is fully thought out.

reputation

As part of the Heroic Public Speaking brand, we only work with and hire the best. Our coaches have years of experience in various fields of writing, and they are committed to getting your message right.

Accountability

Knowing you made this investment means your work is going somewhere. You’ll know step-by-step where to go in your writing (or even a fully deliverable product if you writing coach writes for you).

Customization

Not sure your ideas fit into a box? Let’s work outside of the box and create a package that works for you.

Ease

Your writing coach will provide a roadmap, ensuring success for your project.

Deadlines

We work with quick turnarounds, especially if you have a tight timeline. We get more done in a month than most do in a year.

Headaches (or lack thereof)

We’ll save you from ibuprofen investments. We love what we do, and look forward to making it enjoyable for you, too.

WE'LL FIND YOUR VOICE

Whether we write for you or you write with the help of a writing coach, we represent YOU. The way you speak, the way you sound. Sounding exactly like ourselves is not our agenda. We're not looking to find our voice, we're looking to bring out yours.

PROJECTS WE’VE WORKED ON

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WRITING COACHES

AND YOU WILL TOO

AJ Harper

AJ HARPER

AJ Harper is a developmental editor and publishing strategist. She has helped hundreds of authors—from newbies to New York Times bestselling authors with millions of books sold—write and publish game-changing books, develop significant and loyal followings, and build their brand.

For ten years, AJ wrote exclusively for personal and professional development authors. As executive editor for collaborative books, AJ worked with thought leaders and bestselling authors, among them Lisa Nichols, Les Brown, Barbara De Angelis, Mark Victor Hansen, Dr. George Fraser, DC Cordova, Barbara Marx Hubbard, T. Harv Eker, Brendan Burchard, Marcia Wieder, Lisa Sasevich, Hyrum W. Smith, Fabienne Fredrickson, Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolan, and Adam Markel.

AJ is the writing partner for business author, Mike Michalowicz, author of several books, including The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, The Pumpkin Plan, Profit First and Surge. For several years, AJ served as publishing strategist and managing editor for eWomen Publishing Network, a division of eWomen Network, the largest women’s business network in North America. In 2015, AJ retired from ghostwriting so that she could give her full attention to mentoring authors. She accepts a limited number of book development projects each year.

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Brenda Barbosa

Brenda Barbosa

Brenda Barbosa uses the timeless art of storytelling to help business owners find and craft unforgettable business stories that turn lookers into buyers and buyers into loyal fans
– in less time and with less hassle.

As an award-winning writer and journalist with a career spanning nearly two decades, Brenda knows a thing or two about weaving words together in ways that are interesting, informative, relevant and real.

Known as the Storytelling Slickster™ in some parts, Brenda will do almost anything for a good story. She's interviewed drug dealers in cemeteries and jumped out of an airplane to document an 80-year-old's lifelong dream of skydiving – all that despite a crippling fear of heights and dead people.

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KRISTINA PAIDER

KRISTINA PAIDER

Kristina Paider – “KP” – is a screenwriter and strategist who leverages newsroom, boardroom and Hollywood writers room experience to create irresistible stories.

She has written fiction and non-fiction dialogue for a wide range of characters, including world-class negotiators, FBI agents, CEOs, the U.S. President, a neuroscientist and a shaman. As a Hollywood story analyst and screenwriter, KP has worked with more than 350 writers.

In addition to her artistic background, KP’s executive track record includes achieving multi-billion dollar revenue targets for several consecutive years. As a global marketing executive, she worked in luxury hotel real estate and tech, along with A-list media, clients and colleagues in 28 countries. She started her career as a journalist.

KP is the founder of The Hollywood Approach, a platform that leverages the art and neuroscience of story to help people expedite results in their business and life.

As a kid, KP got in trouble for singing at the dinner table, so now she sings through all meals, and sometimes conference calls, too. She is a dark chocolate enthusiast and is a regular guest pastry chef at the #1 ranked restaurant on the Dominican Republic’s North Coast.

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MEGAN MONFORTE

MEGAN MONFORTE

Megan Monforte is a seasoned wordsmith who’s been writing professionally since the age of fourteen. After sending a strongly worded letter to the editor of her local newspaper, that very editor hired her to write for the paper’s youth page.

In the years since, Megan has earned a journalism degree from Hofstra University, learned more about lip gloss and boy bands than anyone should ever know while on the editorial staff of Seventeen magazine, and developed a working knowledge of sartorial splendor during her tenure as Copy Director for Ralph Lauren. She’s managed communications for non-profits, ghostwritten book chapters for architects, published newsletters for preschools and gotten fired from Walt Disney World.

Megan’s passion for words has led to such diverse experiences as fiction writing, blogging, copy editing and coaching high school students through the torturous process of crafting college application essays. For the last six years, she’s been hard at work at her greatest challenge yet—parenting three young and spirited kids. Her current mission is to make the world a kinder, gentler place one grammatically correct sentence at a time.

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