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I’m impressed.

Thanks for clicking through and sharing a bit more of your attention with me.

So, let me share a little more about me, just because you asked so nicely.

I’m the Director of Research and Program Development at REDU Method Inc. That sounds a bit dry, so I’ll explain what I do.

Let me ask you a question: How many beneficial projects stay in idea mode or never get finished? I help people start and finish well, so they can bring their ideas to life. I’m known for editing cover letters, resumes, scholarship applications, negotiation letters, books and more. You can read some of the reviews here.

I’ve also been writing for a couple years on matters of faith, culture and productivity. More recently, I’ve been writing poetry on Instagram and published Poems on Life and Longing in April 2020.

If you want to learn a little more about me, read some of my past work here or take a quick scroll through my Twitter or Instagram.

Now, here’s a little something you might like. I love writing about people, whether it is telling their story, or helping them share their own story.

Yes, you have a story to share. Don’t leave this earth before you do.

Time is precious so I’ll cut to the chase. I can help if:

  • You need to find your voice or you already have an idea of what you would like to say, but you’re not sure where or how to start. I can help you get started with an outline for an article, book, proposal or otherwise. I can also help you manage your project along the way.
  • You need quality editing for your important ideas whether it’s an article/book, proposal, scholarship/post-secondary application, business plan or a resume. I can help you hone your voice, keep it consistent and impactful.
  • You’re interested in being interviewed for one of the upcoming article series’. Subscribe to find out when I’ll start interviewing for the next series and what topic(s) I’ll be exploring.
  • You have an idea you’d like run by me, or partner with me on a project. Click here to contact me now. I’m all ears.

Talk to you soon,

Chris-Ann