Jean's writing specialties include: ghostwriting fiction and non-fiction, books, blogs, articles, ad copy, web copy, speeches, creating slides.
Jean's interests include: writing, playing piano, reading, speaking (motivational, humorous, educational), competitive race-walking, karaoke, spending time with family and friends.
Jean studied philosophy, old and new testament history, hymnology as well as advanced English and literature.
Jean offers self help, personally and community-driven, in online and in-print venues. Previous self help projects include the following topics: bettering yourself personally and professionally, fitness- mind, body and soul, becoming a better citizen, manager, partner.
Jean is on a journey to fitness and personally researches and writes about fitness for the entire self: mind, body and soul. While some fitness information is generalized, she specializes in fitness for the senior community.
Using her writing skills and expertise, Jean writes articles that engage the readers and encourage them to nod their heads in agreement. Rather than writing fiery political pieces that polarize the nation, she offers pieces that aim to bring the nation together through understanding.
Jean has created and presented slide shows and speeches regarding the book publishing industry.
Jean has created and presented training programs regarding leadership, public speaking, and revenue cycle management processes for nonprofit and for-profit organizations, including a global life sciences and healthcare company.
Jean has created and delivered presentations for AAPC to enable professional medical coders to earn CEUs. She has created white papers and summaries for the lab industry pertaining to medical policies for Medicaid, Medicare, and Private Insurance payers.
Jean has written journalistic political articles about current events with a conservative slant.
For blog posts, Jean writes in the first person and makes her posts conversational, engaging and adds a touch of humor. Jean believes the best way to keep a reader coming back to your blog is to touch them emotionally with your words, whether that evokes passion, compassion or a humorous spirit.