Helena Bouchez
Services Offered
Nonfiction Business Book Strategy, Co-writing, Project Managment
Most Recent Book Title
What Should We Do? How to Win Clients, Double Profit & Grow Your Home Service Sales by Joe Crisara
Book Description
What Should We Do? is a down-to-earth primer on persuasion, selling, presentation, and closing. Full of boots-on-the-ground anecdotes and eye-opening insights, it offers a principle-centered system that helps everybody come out on top. And by following Uncle Joe's passionate coaching, you'll soon be seeing successes beyond your wildest imagination.
Additional Book Titles
See executivewords.com/portfolio for full list.
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Location (city/state/country)
Columbus, Ohio, USA
Author bio
For the past 15 years, Helena has worked with thought leaders turn their “big ideas” into books that work. Her mission is to help more good people bring more good books into the world, books that open doors and minds, and ultimately change lives.

Helena specializes in working with executives and entrepreneurs who have a book in them but no time to sit down and write. She’s an experienced developmental editor and writing coach who can work effectively at every point of the book-writing continuum, whether it be helping you become a better writer or capturing your ideas verbally and translating them into writing that still sounds like—you.

Helena has studied directly with 25-year publishing industry veteran Shawn Coyne (Story Grid). She is also a product of Robert McKee's Storynomics business storytelling course and his life-changing four-day Story seminar. Helena holds a BA in art from the College of Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts at Wayne State University in Detroit and a certificate in business administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

For more information about Helena, and to view her client portfolio and testimonials, please visit her website at executivewords.com
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

"The Universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper." - Eden Phillpotts

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