Coaching

Do you tell your friends you’re a writer but haven’t written anything in months? Are you facing a publishing deadline that you just don’t think you’ll be able to make? Are you tired of staring at the blank page for hours? Are you tired of blaming your silent or absent muse for your lack of productivity?

If so, I can help you. I have several years experience teaching workshops on “Silencing Your Inner Saboteur”, helping writers pursue their writing dreams with confidence and motivation.

As your coach, I will become a part of your core team and help you to navigate the obstacles that stand in your way of creating the results you desire. I am a firm believer that dreams do come true, but it takes a deep commitment, openness and a willingness to unleash the courage to have the life you want. Are you ready to do what it takes and make the level of commitment necessary?

If you are ready to take action now, you will have ample support with Sherry as your partner, coach and confidant. You are not alone on your journey; Sherry will match your commitment every step of the way.

If you are interested in having Sherry help you live a life that you love, fill in the information below and we will set up a free initial consultation!

Book your 45 minute complimentary discovery session and together let’s explore what your challenges are, your true desires for your as a writer, and if I can be of service to you.

I look forward to exploring with you what your writing goals are at this time. If you believe having a coach will work for you, fill out the form below to book your consultation.

You can explain what you are up against and what you want to achieve. I will let you know if I can help and will suggest an initial strategy or direction.

No sales pitch will be made as there is no need to sell the service. Coaching is not something anyone can sell you on, it’s something you invest in because you want it and you instinctively know that it will benefit you.

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