Your message is at the heart of everything you do
It’s the secret behind every successful thought leader, and it will be for you too
Hi, I’m Diane!
I’m a book and content coach to women with a big calling.
I help coaches and entrepreneurs use their personal story and their hard-earned wisdom to transform their audiences while elevating themselves as the influential thought leaders they’re destined to be.
Ready to lean into your most authentic message?
Here’s how I can help:
Ready to package your brilliance into an online course? I believe that everyone can shift from 1:1 to 1:Many and grow their business by creating programs and products that inspire meaningful change.
I’ll guide you through a step-by-step process for translating your unique brand of expertise into a course or program you can offer online so that you can spread your message to more people.
Have you been invited to speak at a conference or give a Tedx talk? If you get your message right, this could position you as a thought leader and immediately open up huge new opportunities for you to grow your business and your impact.
I’ll review your talk and show you how to hone in on your core message, cut out the fluff and amplify the power of your storytelling so that your voice creates the positive change you know it can.
You know you’re meant to write a book. It’s just that doing it on your own can be tough going, even for people like Marie Forleo and Gabby Bernstein. That’s why, like them, you need a guide.
You’ll get my 2 for 1 eyes on your book: coaching on developing your book’s core message and outline, and editorial feedback on your writing as you bring your book to life.
Diane was the key to putting the puzzle pieces of my coaching expertise into a signature course that allowed me to leverage my time and make more money.
As a 1:1 coach, it can sometimes be hard to see a “formula” in what you do to translate it to a teaching format.
With Diane’s help, I created my Startup to Sold Out course with ease and confidence that I would deliver results for my students.
Lydia Lee, Screw the Cubicle