Up Your Game with Your Writing
What Does it Mean to “Up Your Game with Your Writing”?
A Writing Coach Can Help You…
Strengthen Your Abilities as a Writer
After one appointment, you’ll be the proud owner of surprising new writing tips to ease your mind and enliven your writing.
These “peanut M & Ms of the writing world” show you ways to leave a sweet, strong taste in the mind of your reader. Maybe you’ll practice moving your main point closer to the beginning of your document. Or, there’s 10,573 (estimate only) other ways we could talk about.
Improve Your Life through Stronger Writing
(e.g., College Application Essays or a Memoir)
When your writing clearly shows how the gears move inside your brain, life can be much easier and fun.
For students, you might get into your first choice college with the help of a compelling college application essay. Or, you might win an academic scholarship from the college you attend. (Many Essay Coaching students have reported this, including handwritten notes about $ on the acceptance letter.)
The college application essay is just the beginning of how life can improve when writing skills improve. Personal barriers melt when communicating is less scary. Pulses slow when an instructor announces a paper is due. And most importantly, strong writing requires honesty and insight. Our headlights turn inward if only a little while, to discover a bit more about who we are and what we want in life.
For adults, stronger writing can make work or personal life more rewarding. Looking down at a page and reading your own words –words that express your thoughts clearly — is a confidence booster. Doors open.
Both student and adult writers will discover more clarity about who they are. How soothing and exciting!
I hope all is well! Taylor is rounding out her first semester at Indiana University in Bloomington and she’s loving it!
After her midterms, she told me she received a 97% on her midterm in Black Women in the Diaspora class. Her professor was so impressed with her essays that she asked Taylor if she could share them with the entire class to showcase a well written essay! That, of course, made both of us proud and I wanted to share that good news with you as I’m certain your work with Taylor continues to help her every day as a college student.”