Marketing with a Human Soul: Tell your story. Connect. Get results.

You – the business owner, CEO, CMO, or executive in product, marketing, communications, or technology – have BIG, bold ideas and beliefs to share. You work hard. And there’s a lot of noise out there.

Your differentiated story and bold purpose can sometimes get lost. You deserve marketing that honors you, and illustrates how you help customers be better. Helping people is why you do what you do. People, not businesses, buy services, so the most important connection you must make is a human one.

I can help you tell marketing stories that inspire people to connect with and share your brand. I believe all great marketing is storytelling. Hey, 92.3% of audiences are human! People want to see themselves in your story. They want to be inspired, to feel hope, and, yes, sometimes they want to laugh! Just like you.

For 20 years in Silicon Valley, I’ve told powerful stories, launched great products, and created content that people connect with and act on. With a background in humor and improvisation, I get human-speak. It’s simple, memorable, and it works. No jargonstipation, BS, or clutter!

You have a bigger story to tell customers. Together, we’ll create marketing with a human soul.

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“Research shows that 92.3% of audiences are, in fact, human!”

Why Work with Kathy?

No Jargon

No Jargon

Stop customer jargonstipation! We honor your messages, and bring them to life by keeping them simple and compelling.

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Human Stories

Human Stories

Stories are remembered up to 22X more than facts alone. Let’s engage (not enrage) by telling your best stories to the world.

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Better Outcomes

Better Outcomes

Marketing must treat customers as people, not targets. Leave the ammo at the range, and connect with content that starts conversation and gets results.

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Your marketing story is always bigger than your products and services. The most important question to be answered is, "What do you stand for in the world?" That means knowing how you leave the world better off. Don't just create marketing; create a movement.