If you’ve never used an “outside” writer before, you may not know what to expect. Well, here’s what one brand new client had to say about the first speech I wrote for her…
“This was fantastic. I thought it was going to take a lot more work than it did, but the draft you put together was right on…I look forward to working with you again.”
Another client – a longtime collaborator – said this about my first draft of a speech for his CEO:
“In this instance, John, I didn’t publicize that you wrote the basic speech. On the other hand, I’m not claiming credit for the remarks, either. People can think what they think. As a writer to a writer, I apologize, but as a speechwriter to a speechwriter, we know how it goes. Essentially, ‘we’ wrote this speech.
As you know, though, I always recommend you 1st and foremost when somebody needs a writer…I really appreciate your help. Made a tough stretch tolerable for me.”
The common thread? When you invite me in on a project, you get a problem-solver – not a prima donna. My goal is to help you get the message across, clearly and effectively. And being able to draw on my deep experience as business professional? That’s just a bonus, at no extra charge!
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