Don’t Find Your Voice
Define Your Voice
Hey there! I’m Marietta — writer and personal brand strategist for bold people who want to turn their knowledge into words that .
I’m Marietta — writer and personal brand strategist for small business owners and business leaders who want to turn their knowledge into words that .
Your ideas are brilliant. Want words that strike the right note?
You have a wealth of knowledge.
And you want to make more money doing what you love.
(Sharing your ideas with the people you help.)
You know that means you need to write articles for your email list and LinkedIn network, finish that book you’ve been working on, reach out to organizations about speaking engagements, or have a professional website that shows your personality (or at least a bio that doesn’t read like an obituary).
BUT YOU’RE STRUGGLING.
You scramble to find your voice like a pair of lost car keys.
You labor for hours over a single article, but still sound boring (definitely not bold).
And you sound more like a robot dispensing buzzwords rather than yourself—A REAL HUMAN.
Here’s the problem: No matter how bold and brilliant your ideas are—no one will pay attention (or you) if your personality comes across as flat as an already-opened, old can of Pepsi.
So, how do you fix that?
By being clear about what you believe, what makes you different, and what mark you want to make on the world. And I can help you with that.
My 4 C to Brand Clarity process will…
- Unleash your personality
- Refine your words
- Connect your message with the right people
- Turn your knowledge into profit
Because it’s not about finding your voice (you already have one).
It’s about DEFINING your brand voice—and crafting words and stories so memorable and remarkable, your people find you.
What if your words instantly sold your ideas?
Be known for your expertise. (Who’s the influencer now?)
Get your ideas on websites like Forbes, Inc., and Fast Company. (Hello, bylines!)
Deliver your first Ted Talk. (Because you’re ready to take center stage.)
Publish your book. (The reviews keep pouring in.)
Turn your knowledge into profit. (Now that’s math you don’t mind.)
You need a brand voice that is CLEAR, CONSISTENT, CREDIBLE, and CAREFREE—and I can help you with that.
The 4 Cs to Brand Clarity
People want to know what makes you different from the next expert in your industry. Not communicating your unique value takes you out of the running, even if you’re the better choice.
Let’s remove the guesswork about your value and what makes you unique.
Confidence is a key component to establishing business credibility. If you’re shy about promoting your achievements or don’t have a strong point of view, you’ll struggle to attract the right people.
Let’s remove any doubt that you’re the real deal and command top dollar.
The more you actively showcase your brand online, the easier it is for your target market to find you. Winging it doesn’t give you the momentum needed to show that you’re an expert in your industry.
Let’s get you unstuck and implement an action plan that attracts your ideal clients.
Being sincere goes a long way when it comes to making genuine connections. Trying to copy the next version of whoever is “hot” right now makes everything you do look forced and unnatural.
Let’s ditch imposter syndrome and embrace your REAL personality.
4Cs to Brand Clarity Guide
THE 4 Cs TO BRAND CLARITY: A 4-step process for turning your knowledge into profit.
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Kudos From Past Clients
Marietta executes her services with a high level of professionalism, all interactions from conference calls; coaching sessions. Marietta was very receptive to all my questions, delivered all material as scheduled and provided excellent coaching advice. ~Kim C. Patterson
Marietta is one of the best among all people I have ever met. It was a pleasure to work together with her on my personal brand. She is deadline-orientated, proactive and responsible with a great skill to analyze and summarize ideas. She helped consistently relay my brand as a dedicated professional who has a lot to offer. ~ Felecia Quarles
Marietta is a great writer, listener and takes the time to understand her clients’ needs and aspirations. Furthermore, through this experience, I’ve learned how valuable I am as a brand! If you are looking to revamp or rebrand your career, need direction and results, I would highly recommend Marietta’s service. – Shonta’ Singleton
I was so relieved at how easy-breezy it was working with Marietta. I cannot thank her enough for all her hard work and time. -Camille Clinton
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