We assume we cannot master writing because we did not manage it at school. That's not true.
Many fine online tools are itching to convert your ideas into perfect words to sell more to more people.
I was not good at writing at school. I couldn’t tell a gerund from a genome.
Over time I learned to write better. I was co-opted to be the editor of the school newspaper. That meant a lot of writing because most of my peers refused to write anything. But I am still a grammar klutz. And that's OK because there are so many tools to hide this "weakness".
You and I want to inspire people to buy what we sell...
I’ve been writing for business since 1984. I don't claim to be expert at it. But it's worked well enough to raise seven plump kids. (In the interests of transparency, I did not sire them all.)
This was writing:
Many entrepreneurs have asked me to help with their writing. Not in a course, but through coaching. That's very expensive to do.
This is the first time I offer that same training in a course for a wider group.
These are skills which have paid lots of my bills.
Blaise Pascal once wrote: “I have only made this letter longer because I have not had the time to make it shorter." Everybody talks about clarity and brevity. But it seems to elude the rest of us.
You will find tools to polish whatever you write. And tell you how readable your words are. And help more people choose you.
Most of these tools won't cost you a cent. Yet these are powerful magic. It's like artificial intelligence for writing.
You will see fast results. You will see more sales. And if you don't get the results you want you get it free.
Peter Carruthers authored the world's best-selling book on surviving small-business closure. He's guided more than 50,000 small-business owners since his first business closed unexpectedly in 1992.
All his training and consulting has been delivered through the Internet since 2004.
During this time he's lived in South Africa, Spain, England, and Norway. (Yeah, he's got massive wanderlust.)