Does your world feel out of control? Well, what do you have the most control over?? Your words. And what has the most power to move others to say yes? Same answer: your words.
✓ Entrepreneur whose revenue suffers, because your communications don’t fully express the worth of your offerings—from the buyers’ point of view.
✓ Speaker or thought leader who’s unsure how to reach more people with your critical message
✓ Subject matter expert with intellectual property, but without an easy-to-remember, trademark-worthy marketing hook for that IP
✓ Nonfiction author with a book concept, manuscript, or pitch that needs editing, clarity, and a broader audience
✓ Aspiring TEDx speaker who wants to understand the mysterious TED ecosystem, and nail that application, so you can share your idea worth spreading
…your words must quickly and clearly express your highest value.
If they don’t, no one will listen.
All your effort…down the drain.
Let’s avoid that.
I’m Andrea Driessen.
I help smart people express their best ideas—and change the world with their words.
When we collaborate on your copywriting, you’ll:
Together, we’ll fast-track your success. And laugh a lot along the way.
No more spinning your wheels.
A full stop to feeling stuck.
An end to trying to do it all yourself.
I’m a career entrepreneur, thought leader, 3x award-winning business book author, speaker-bureau veteran, owner of 4 registered trademarks, and copywriter. My clients replace stress and frustration with clarity and confidence, because my work generates quantifiable results.
My viral TED Talk—watched by an average of 7,000 people worldwide every day—reveals how to change our worlds with our words, too.
The messages of affirmation we share with people we care about matter only while we’re alive—not when they’re expressed (all too late!) in eulogies.
I call these Gracenotes, or eulogies for the living.
Invite me to work on your words—and soon, the world will be listening.
But don’t just take my word for it.
Find out how my clients are changing the world with their words—in these case studies →
The world can’t wait for your great ideas. It’s your time to be heard.