If you haven’t learned the key steps to Write Better Emails, then…
You know there’s GOT to be a better way. You’re sure you could be writing those emails better. Faster. More purposefully. More EFFECTIVELY. You just haven’t known how. Until NOW.
I want you to imagine how different your day would be if you spend ONE HOUR LESS in your inbox. Imagine hitting send on an email and getting a reply within minutes. Imagine NOT having to chase up that client for those documents. Imagine being able to deliver the hardest messages. Fast. With confidence.
I read aaaaaaall kinds of advice about how to write better emails. Grammarly has about 50 blogs on it. All of them try to teach you how to be a wordsmith, and sculpt more prose. But you’re not a freaking author. You’re not writing novels. That advice PISSES ME OFF because it will slow you down.
You do not need to learn how to be a wordsmith.
They also tell you you can choose just the right words to get just the right tone. But that relies on people reading your email word for word which they WON’T. And it completely ignores everything we know about neurolinguistics and emotional leakage (sounds messy. And it is.) because the more words you use, the more people will think they can read between the lines and pick up on some subtle tone or emotion which may or may not exist but it’s out of your control.
You do not need to learn how to choose just the right words.
You just need some simple steps to follow, every time.
Steps that work because we know how readers behave, and we know how to use neuroscience to influence that behaviour. It’s that simple.
Write less. Get results.
I literally had someone tell me recently that after a year of using these emails she stopped because she felt so manipulative. Everyone was replying. Everyone was saying yes to things she asked for. Everyone was sending her the stuff she needed. She felt like she had an unfair advantage!
Let’s get that unfair advantage, shall we?
10 punchy videos
Watch them all in one short sharp hit, or work through them as you feel like it. Like when you’re feeling stabby and need to get your mind off John the office dickhead. Or when you want to email that client and say career-ending things. Or instead of eating on a coffee-break cos you’re doing intermittent fasting (and how did the day get so loooooooong?).
A step-by-step guide to writing even the trickiest emails
Like the NO email.
Or the push-back email.
Or the let-them-down-gently email.
Or the yes-fine-I-still-don’t-like-you-but-look-at-me-being-civil-like-a-boss-anyway email.
Or the read-my-lips-while-I-speak-slowly-these-are-not-hard-instructions-but-you’ll-get-them-wrong-anyway email.
Or the you’re-up-the-foodchain-from-me-but-I-still-need-you-to-hear-that-you’re-wrong email.
Or just your standard I-need-you-to-do-this-thing-but-I-don’t-want-to-sound-like-an-ass email.
I’ll give you 10 steps to follow. That’s just so you can learn the process. Once you’ve used it a few times, it gets easy. Like, next-level easy. Like “pitch for and win $60k work in a 3-minute email” easy. I’m not exaggerating. That’s literally how I run my business.
Downloadable PDF resources so you have reference examples
Confidence. And speed. I’m not kidding.
The way you’ll rock through your emails now will be mind-blowing. You’ll write FAST with next-level confidence. No more reading and re-reading your emails before you hit SEND with a cold sweat on your brow. Your clients/manager/colleagues/stakeholders/whoever you’re emailing will see a person who doesn’t muck around, knows their shit, can be trusted to be efficient and up-front, and basically is the epitome of all things professional.
I’ve known people to get promotions and raises because of these emails.
Want some of that?
Shelly Davies is a rockstar business writer, trainer, and keynote speaker. She’s here to remind big companies and government agencies drowning in corporate jargon that plain language will get you better results – every. single. time. And she’s been doing it for decades now.
Based in New Zealand, she loves nothing more than using her rockstar-level magnetism to:
Because, as it turns out, business writing is more about being courageously transparent than it is about having an impressive vocab or where the f*ck to put a semi-colon. Also true for life. When we choose to operate with authenticity, integrity, and courage, both our writing and our lives achieve the outcomes we’re craving. Because it’s never been worth your time to pursue bland, boring, or already been done.
Really enjoyed participating in your writing workship Shelley was bummed that i couldnt make it to the second one, but thank you, was very valuable and informative, nga mihi
Shelly your a rock star. Your presentation and business cards covered your whole Ahua. Fantastic presenter in all areas and you taught me a lot behind the kaupapa of Emails. You are one awesome lady with so much to offer to so many business's.
Tino Sharp Wahine - The content, Style delivered and the practicality makes this one of the most useful training session I have attended.
Shelly is a compelling storyteller with a talent for making you “get it”. She’s human, relatable, and honest, always. I’d definitely recommend Shelly as a coach. I know I’ve learned a lot from her!
Shelly has a charismatic way about her. She can read a group well and understands people. And shows that learning can be fun and insightful. She challenges your thinking, is passionate about good writing and you go away with new skills, pumped up to make changes to your own writing and style.
Shelly is something special. Both engaging and knowledgable. She makes you sit up and listen because what she says - you want to listen to. Thank you Shelly you have really helped me communicate better.
Shelly's message is simple and compelling. Good writing doesn't have to be complicated. In fact, simple is better and anybody can do it. She backs her inspirational and entertaining sessions up with solid and practical advice.
Shelly is awesome and her materials are so brilliant and very useful in the daily business world. try it out
(Interested in this course as a corporate solution? Contact me for a bulk discount.)
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