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Will-based Editing is Unprecedented !
Will-Proofing℠ is Editing for "Sway" 

Will-Proofing Client Testimonials:


“Why didn’t I see it before?”

“Fully 100% of your suggestions were right on.”

“Your candid and honest feedback was invaluable.”

"Your edits are chock-full of power; they subtly add force."

"... because you're the best writer/editor in this institution of 250 staff"

“Your feedback helped to turn my novel into a great piece of writing."

"Your insights made my characters stronger."

"Your understanding of what drives people is unmatched."

"Your articles for us are solid, informative, and engaging."

Flat Rate: $50 per hour

Understand the

"gut reactions" you are creating in the reader. 

Be sure that important written communications are as powerful and frictionless as you intend. Replace TONE with DIMENSION.

Editing Every Kind of Written Document for:

  • Clarity

  • Understanding

  • Emotional Accuracy

  • Presence

  • Passive Aggression

  • Opportunity

  • Independence

  • Perspective

  • ... and of course, Grammar


We learn about our own will and the wills of others not by hearing about them in lecture format but by experiencing them first hand. Your one-on-one timing can indeed be improved in group format classes. Exercising the "intention muscle" and understanding your student's perspective are best done using immediate cause-effect participation.


Will-Skill Class Descriptions:



Class 1: Shaping- Ability to Convey an Idea


Time: 90 minutes

The Test: Can you teach someone to their sunglasses on upside down? But here's the catch: you only have five minutes, you must use no body language, and you may only use one word out of the dictionary!


Class 2: Persuasion from Presence


Time: 60 Minutes

The Test: Using a rope tether, can you teach someone to cross a line in the sand and come over to your side? But here's the catch: you only have three minutes, and that person wants to stay put!


Class 3: Disengage- Power of the Social Vacuum


Time: 90 Minutes

The Test: Can you teach someone to walk toward an undisclosed location and stay there as you leave the scene? But here's the catch: you only have three minutes, you can't speak, you can't touch them, and they are suspicious of you!


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