Borrow my brain for a 1-on-1 strategy call.

You’re smart.  You’re capable.  You’ve been hustling.  That’s definitely not the issue.  Despite your best efforts, you know things could – and should – be better.

What you need is someone to discuss your ideas with – someone that can clear the fog, provide strategic advice, and help you take decisive action.

I specialize in helping business owners clearly tell their message in the marketplace.


Book a "Borrow My Brain" Session today.

In your ‘Borrow My Brain’ session, I work with you 1-on-1 to formulate customized strategies and share unique insights just for your business.  You’ll walk away with actionable strategies to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be.

You should schedule a session if…

    • You are frustrated with the lack of traction for your business or brand

    • Your business has stalled and you’re not sure how to jump start it

    • You’re convinced you have the right ingredients, but not sure how to market yourself

    • You’ve got an idea and need professional insight before you fully commit to it

    • You have any other copy problem that has you stumped

How it works:

  1. Fill out the Borrow My Brain questionnaire by clicking the button below.

  2. Request a time slot (link will be provided) and submit your payment.

  3. We strategize for 71 minutes.

Prior to the call, I will spend an hour combing through whatever content you feel is relevant.  This helps us hit the ground running.  During our session, I provide customized strategies aligned with your stated goals, and I will answer every question you ask.

The cost of a session is $149.

A Couple Questions You Might Be Thinking

Question:  Wait a minute, every other copywriter offers me a FREE 30-60 minute call.  Why should I pay $149?

Answer:  Great question!  Here’s why:

  1. I don’t do things like every other copywriter.  If you do everything in your business like your competitors do, we won’t be a good fit.
  2. In a ‘free’ consultation, you wonder two things:  “Will I get good information?” and “When will I hear the sales pitch?”  You also think “What will this person hold back on our free call?”
  3. Do you give your best “stuff” to your prospects or your clients?  Your clients, of course.  I’m the same way.  You’ve already paid me so you are my client.  You get my best stuff.

Question:  Why 71 minutes?

Answer:  It keeps you from thinking that any chit-chat is taking away from ‘business’.  An added bonus is you don’t think I’ll rush you off your call for another one right after you.  And if we run a little longer, we run longer.  No clock is running.