Your life is not just all about you. Wherever you have come from, whatever you have seen and done, however you interpret your life, people around you have been part of it and want to hear about it.
"Write Your Life" is a workshop to give you the chance to begin to tell your story not just to the people you see every day, but to those like your relatives (including those yet to be born!), friends far away, and total strangers who may be inspired by how you've chosen to live.
MRP writing consultants help people use and develop their writing skills for specific situations and purposes.
We work with people whose needs are varied: a college student on an assigned paper, using what the student has already written and making the paper more effective, better organized, and more perfect in terms of punctuation, spelling and word usage; a writer who needs encouragement for a particular assignment; a job-seeker who needs help to write resumes and cover letters that get them interviews.
Since 1985, MRP writing consultants have been helping graduate, college, and high school students; retirees; working adults; and people for whom English is not their first language to produce writing that meets the needs of the client.
For a free initial consultation, just email Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to talk about your unique writing situation!
Sara Tusek, MRP Director
Sara Tusek, founder and owner of MRP (Making Resources Productive), has been helping people understand and develop their unique personal skills, talents, and ambitions through MRP since 1987. She has more than 30 years professional experience as a workshop instructor, writer, administrator and business manager in both for-profit and non-profit organizations.
Sara has a Master's degree in Human Resource Development from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the State University of New York, College at Potsdam. She co-owns the International Leadership Institute and serves as Managing Director. Sara has written successful grant proposals for agencies of the United States and Czech governments; at ILI, she specializes in program development, delivery and evaluation.
Sara has written non-fiction (21st Century Jobs, Your Career Passport) and fiction (Prague for Beginners: Finding Myself in Prague, Three Things You Can't Do in Prague). Her background in business, non-profit organizations and government agencies, combined with her work in training and teaching, career development, and writing and editing publications, gives her insight into the nature of helping people discern their own particular gifts and goals. She has extensive practical experience in working with people from a wide range of cultures, professions, educational backgrounds, and values, helping them to achieve their objectives. Contact Sara at this address: