Empowering the writer in you
You have a story in your heart, and you are the only one who can tell it.
The story could be fiction you have been carrying around with you for years, or some idea you thought up on the toilet yesterday.
It could be your life story, or poetry about love or pain, triumph or brokenness.
Or maybe you need to write an essay, resume, admittance letter, or dear John letter, and getting started is like pulling teeth.
I know what that is like, and I’ve got your back.
I have been writing for nearly my entire life, and worked for 2 1/2 years as a Writing Assistant at a community college.
During that time, I realized:
Every single person is a living story waiting to be told.
Your, you’re, its, it’s, there, they’re, their. None of that really matters in the grand scheme of things.
Words are just symbols we use as tools to convey our inner workings.
There are other tools, like music and painting. Anything can be a tool of self-expression, really. Architecture, interior design, gardening, dancing, incoherent doodles on pizza boxes…
Writing is my personal favorite.
The best aspect of working at a Writing Center was seeing the look on people’s faces. When they went from the mentality that writing was impossible, to realizing they could do it.
You are the only person who can express yourself the way you can. And I will empower you to flow through that expression, regardless of your skill level or experience.
Whether your writing is for business or pleasure, personal or public, I will work with you to reach your goals with flying colors and help you reach your dazzling potential as the writing champion of the world.
While in the process of establishing my pricing mechanism, all Writer Coaching sessions are donation-based, and can be paid through PayPal or Google Wallet (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Originally published at Andrew L. Hicks.