Choose Your Own (Storytelling) Adventure
Everyone is at a different point on their writing + storytelling journey.
Depending on where you want your writing to go, you can find the starting place that feels most comfortable for you.
Any questions about where you should start? Drop me a line to chat.
1:1 Coaching with Kim
Writing doesn't have to be a solitary experience.
I specialize in helping you to craft your story verbally (speeches + presentations) as well as in written format (blogs, articles + manuscripts).
Through an active listening approach, I provide partnership and accountability as well as support in outlining content, creating editorial calendars, and developmental editing,
Together, we'll also work through any potential mindset issues - such as imposter syndrome - and create strategies to quiet the voice saying "but it's just not ready" before you hit publish.
We can start from the seed of an idea or a fully completed first draft. Packages are customized to meet your needs. Curious to learn more? Let's chat.
The Open Book Community +
Have you been thinking about starting a blog, composing an article for LinkedIn or drafting up a memoir? Or, maybe you are simply thinking about dusting off your old diary from junior high to capture your thoughts, observations, feelings and daydreams.
As soon as we go to reach for that pen (or laptop), many of us experience loads of questions, doubts or challenges.
You may be taunted by that blinking cursor on a blank page or perhaps you have begun to hear that quiet (or not-so-quiet) voice inside asking "just who do you think you are?" Maybe you're questioning if there's really a space for your voice in the sea of content out there or wondering if anyone would even want to hear what you have to say.
Or, perhaps, you just don't know where to begin. Or where to end. Or what to do in between.
Here's the good news:
This is all totally normal.
You don't have to go it alone.
Join Kim, Founder of The Open Book Company, for an informal, comfortable and welcoming space for you to explore your desire to share your words with the world (or to simply get them down on paper).
> No pressure/expectation to share your writing.
> No writing experience required.