When were you last faced with a work conundrum? And who did you turn to for help? I offer more than a quick nod in the right direction from an experienced freelancer.
Looking back at my career I can honestly say it was support, insight and knowledge that changed my life. In those days i was lucky to meet exceptionally generous people en route to my jobs as a BBC broadcaster, magazine editor and travel writer.
Keen to give back what I got, I took some time out to train as an an accredited coach and mentor so that I can help progress careers using tried and tested tools and techniques, alongside 30 plus years of freelancing; from being travel editor on a national newspaper, to reporting for BBC Radio 4 and presenting TV programmes.
What you’ll get: a straight-talking challenging coach who will facilitate your progression, whether it’s a new job, more work as a freelance, building relationships at work or increased self confidence and motivation.
What you’ll achieve: clear thinking, self belief, writing skills, confidence to perform at interview
If you’d like a taster of how I can help you, contact me for a 10 minute FREE telephone consultation.
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Clarify and reach goals
Create a nonfiction book strategy
Access your potential
Manage, lead or delegate
Impress editors or clients
Get .help with decision making
Improve pitches to editors
Write a mission statement
Grow your start-up
Get to grips with social media
Individual help in person or via Skype
A personal coach can
Improve self belief and confidence
Enable leadership skills
Help with relationships at work
Alongside my individual work I offer regular Wednesday morning Pitch Clinics so that you can run ideas past me, and a group of like-minded creatives. We will suggest editors who pay! and are looking to commission. Every participant gets individual feedback.
Impress clients with innovative ideas
Write effective editorial
Get messages across clearly
Crisis management and interview skills
Individual or team training
freelance journalists women returners former editors
bloggers non-fiction writers entrepreneurs PRs
HR departments public relations and marking execs
travel, food and hotel industry