On the third day of Christmas the Proof Fairy gave me...

french hensThree Free Reports!


There are three key ways I help people to connect with their clients, raise their profile, establish themselves as experts and consequently make sales:

  • Blogging
  • Email Newsletter
  • Writing a book

Now obviously I can do all those things for you (well, I can’t actually write the book for you, but I can certainly help you!) but I know some people like to do stuff for themselves – but just need a nudge in the right direction. So with that in mind, today’s offer is actually a gift to you – three free reports!

The reports are:

7 Tips for Brilliant Business Blogging

Want to use blogging to promote your business but not sure what platform to use, what to write about or how to get people to read your posts? This is the report for you. Lots of tips on how to get started, useful resources and ideas for content.

Download the Brilliant Business Blogging report here!


Beginner’s Guide to using MailChimp

I originally wrote this guide for a client who wanted to do their own email newsletter. It’s full of great tips on how to set up a new MailChimp account, import contacts, create a template and add content.

Download the MailChimp user guide here!


Write That Book! Workbook

Now this is a bit of a treat – it’s the workbook I use with my coaching clients when they first start planning their book. It’s packed full of information and resources and will get you thinking about what you want to write about and who you’re writing for. There’s even a comprehensive checklist to take you from possibility to plan to publication. Essential for anyone wanting to make 2015 the year they write that book!

Download the Write That Book! workbook here!


I’d love to hear how you get on with these resources – do get in touch!


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