7 ways to coach writing clients on finding their remarkable voices

7 ways to coach writing clients on finding their remarkable voices

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  1. hey brandon!

    i’ve enjoyed your post here, very much. don’t worry i won’t tell anyone else that you “can’t sing”!! haha 🙂

    i’m not a writing coach or anything like that. but i do like to guide people and help them with great insights about internet marketing and success. it is a good to teach others how to find their own voice for their targeted audience and be themselves while delivering exactly what their niche audience needs and wants.

    your own voice is what will separate you from the bunch. you have to add your own personal touches to your writing style. never be afraid to speak your mind out in the way you want to speak out. not everyone will like your character and voice, and that is actually a good thing. you only want the people who actually like you to follow you and learn from you anyway, right!

    thanks for sharing this!

    cheers! 😀

  2. i love #3 – because in this world of too much information, a compelling, interesting story will stand out. too often, people are too busy to tell those stories, so the ones that do? they are read…

    but the last one really did it for me. as someone who works with clients that are fun, and clients that can be molasses-slow-type-work, i’d choose fun and interesting and joyful any day. thanks for the inspiration!

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