There are some considerations that should be made before we work together:
- The process might be difficult. I will ask a lot of questions. In order to produce a good product, you will need to explain to me all that I need to know. Also, in the case of a document such as a profile or biography, similar to looking in a mirror, it may feel uncomfortable to see yourself on paper.
- I write authentically. I am always sensitive to personal concerns, but if you are looking for jargon and double speak and tactics for hiding the truth, you should not hire me.
- I believe in the triple bottom line. My clients need not adhere to strict standards, but they do find it easier to work with me if they include people and planet in their success-measuring equation.
- Accuracy ends with you. Every effort will be made to ensure the copy I deliver is accurate. Unless waived, each project is put through a final, third-party, professional editorial review before delivery. However, you too will be responsible for ensuring the content is both truthful and accurate. Once you accept a piece, you accept both its perfection and its flaws.
- The first draft may not succeed. When you consider style, tone, message, and voice, it may take a few adjustments to make the copy work for you. Two rounds of revisions are automatically included in each project. After that, if it appears that satisfaction is impossible, we will "settle up" and part ways in a congenial fashion.
- You will have no more excuses. Once your thoughts are on paper, your path will cleared. No longer will a lack of documentation keep you from finding success.
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