Everything you say says something about you. Clear communication demands precision. Attend to details, eliminate anything extraneous, and you will not only say what you want to say, but you will impress people with the way you say it. Clear communication says you value your reader's time. It says you care about providing the right amount of information at the right moment.
But life is complicated. We can now produce virtual information—emails, tweets, blog entries—more easily than ever, and the easier content is to produce the more difficult it is to get your content heard. Clear, consistent communication cuts through the clutter, but it takes time to produce. I take information in any format, at any stage of development, and help you clarify it. It remains your voice, your words, your message—just clearer, louder, and more persuasive.