Writing Development

Our answer:

Working through a process that helps you get ideas out of your head, capturing and connecting them, and making sense of them so you can communicate with confidence. Or, "turning messy into meaningful."

We know some people find writing overwhelming or unnecessary.

We're often asked, "What is writing development?"

  • "But I don't like to write."

  • "I'm not a writer."

  • "I don't care about writing."

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a white box with writing on it next to a plant

But here's the thing— For 30+ years, we've watched writing bring ideas and goals into focus, support positive mental health, grow businesses & people... even save lives.

Today, we use creativity, strategy, analog + digital tools, and client input to help turn messy into meaningful.

Clear ideas lead to results.

Tips for your writing success

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closeup photo of orange snail crawling down pencil on ground
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brown wicker basket on white table
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person holding pencil writing on notebook
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white paper on white surface

Slow down

Writing forces us to slow down, think, and focus— things most people aren't doing these days.

Tip: Pause for 1 - 15 minutes. Turn off the tech. Breathe. Write without judgment.

Schedule time

Try it!

Develop your ideas.

Like to write but struggle to find time? Plan 5 - 15 minutes on your calendar a few times a week. Write without judgment.

Tip: Join us for a writing workshop, group, or retreat. Or, download this resource to help you develop a writing/journaling habit.

"Writing is stupid, boring, (fill in your own word)." We hear that a lot! We've taught 5000+ people how to write for personal and professional projects. Nearly every "non-writer" came away feeling more confident about writing.

Tip: Register for an in-person workshop or join us online for exploratory writing.

Let's develop your skills, your project, or both.

Tip: Collaborate with us (a little or a lot). We'll do the heavy lifting, and you'll love how the ideas flow when you learn how to capture and connect them.

Our ideal project client:

  • Is doing 'Good' in the world

  • Is open-minded and curious

  • Values quality, relationships, and processes

  • Is a woman-owned business or an individual who strives for/supports women's personal and professional autonomy and growth

  • Wants personalized solutions and is ready to collaborate with us (a little or a lot)

Are we a good fit?

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woman in black framed eyeglasses eating food

I needed a Capabilities Statement but was worried about how to begin. I knew what my firm’s capabilities were but couldn’t figure out how to put them on paper.

I liked our project collaboration because the flexible process allowed us to be as involved as we wanted, helping shed light on our strengths and innovations we did not realize we could promote further.

We are now able to articulate our value proposition and differentiate ourselves more effectively when engaging with prospective clients. Collaboration at every step ensured the right end product."

— Lourie B., Owner/Managing Partner, EC Business Solutions, LLC

How collaborating made a difference

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two women talking while looking at laptop computer