29 episodes

Welcome to the Let’s Meet For Copy® podcast, where we drink coffee and talk copy. If you're a blogger, marketing pro, small business owner, fellow copywriter or just someone who wants to learn more about writing and laugh while you're learning, this is the place for you. Welcome!

Let's Meet For Copy‪®‬ Tara Darazio

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Welcome to the Let’s Meet For Copy® podcast, where we drink coffee and talk copy. If you're a blogger, marketing pro, small business owner, fellow copywriter or just someone who wants to learn more about writing and laugh while you're learning, this is the place for you. Welcome!

    Rainy Day Content Planning

    Rainy Day Content Planning

    Got 4 minutes? I'm sharing a quick, rainy day content episode. You know you have to plan your social media posts and a rainy day can actually help. I'll share why! Plus, I'll tell you the one element you need to bring to your posts so they have a real and lasting impact. 

    • 4 min
    Editor and Publisher Tatia Gordon-Troy

    Editor and Publisher Tatia Gordon-Troy

    Tatia Gordon-Troy is the founder and CEO of Ramses House Publishing LLC, an author services company designed to help lawyers and law firms independently publish to market themselves and their practices, and to leverage their expertise and grow their businesses.
    She is an attorney, writer, editor, and an award-winning publisher. She spent 15 years in traditional publishing in the legal trade association space before starting her company six years ago.
    Tatia posts a regular column on LinkedIn called "The What Nots"--what not to do if you're trying to get published. 
    In this episode, we chat:
    -Tatia's 10th grade teacher and the impact on her writing
    -Writing as a legal analyst and as a newspaper reporter
    -Deadlines, working quick, reporting and editing
    -Political writing and the fast-paced environment
    -Working as an attorney and the storytelling process
    -Her experience as a publisher and editor and her tips for you

    • 35 min
    The Real-Life Writing Process With Jamie Szal

    The Real-Life Writing Process With Jamie Szal

    In this episode, Jamie and I talk about writing a book, writing for a legal blog, using humor and real-life experiences in your messaging, finding your voice, writing for social media and so much more. Tune in!
    Jamie Szal is an attorney at Brann & Isaacson, where her practice focuses on assisting businesses in all aspects of state and local tax controversy, from audits and administrative proceedings through civil litigation. Jamie actively volunteers with the alumni network and Women’s Leadership Council of her alma mater, Trinity College, as well as actively participates in Mothers Esquire, the Women’s Law Section of the Maine State Bar Association, and serves on the board of a dental-services non-profit in Maine. Outside of work, Jamie enjoys raising her fiercely independent, impish daughter; singing; and hiking around Maine with her husband, daughter, and dogs.
    Networked Book
    LinkedIn: Jamie Szal
    Mother's Esquire, Above the Law

    • 29 min
    Writing A Children's Book with Talar Herculian Coursey

    Writing A Children's Book with Talar Herculian Coursey

    In this episode, Talar and I chat about the inspiration, writing process and publication of her children's book, Ralphy’s Rules for Living the Good Life. Talar wrote Ralphy’s Rules to donate a portion of the proceeds to Society for Orphaned Armenian Relief (“SOAR”), an organization dear to her heart.
    You can pre-order the book on Amazon here.
    Talar Herculian Coursey is a lawyer by day and a philanthropist by night.
    She has served as General Counsel for Vista Ford Lincoln in Woodland Hills and Oxnard, California since 2011. Before that, she was a file clerk, associate and partner at the national labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips LLP.
    Talar is also a co-author of the Amazon bestselling book #Networked. You can grab a copy here.
    Talar has served as the president of the Salt Lake City Chapter for the Society for Orphaned Armenian Relief (“SOAR”) since 2015. SOAR, founded in 2005, supports orphanages in Syria, Lebanon and Armenia. To date, Talar has raised over $50,000 for the orphanages in Lebanon in memory of her father, Mardig Herculian.
    In addition to being a mother, wife, lawyer and philanthropist, Talar is also a runner, yogi and a Jesus, Ekhart Tolle, Brene Brown and Glennon Doyle groupie.
    Connect with Talar:
    LinkedIn: Talar Herculian Coursey 
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/talaresq

    • 32 min
    Writing + Mindfulness With Claire E. Parsons

    Writing + Mindfulness With Claire E. Parsons

    Claire E. Parsons is a trial and local government attorney in Kentucky. She is also a mom, certified meditation teacher, and an award-winning community leader and writer. Soon after Claire started a mindfulness practice that changed her life, she also reactivated a writing habit that led her to publish well-read works, increase her LinkedIn following 10 fold, launch a blog about mindfulness, Brilliant Legal Mind, and author a chapter in a bestselling book, Networked.
    In this episode, Claire and I chat about how busy professionals can renew their creative spirit and what mindfulness practices may offer to writers.
    We also chat:
    -Claire’s “aha” moment as a young girl when it came to writing
    -How a chance encounter in a bookstore impacted her
    -Erasing the pattern of overthinking
    -Her article about mindfulness getting republished and how it led to speaking opportunities 
    -How Brilliant Legal Mind got its name
    -The LI Group formed during the pandemic that turned into so much more
    -Claire’s best writing tips
    Follow Claire
    Twitter: @ClaireEParsons and @BrilliantLegal1
    Insight Timer 

    • 32 min
    Writing For Sales with Sam Stein

    Writing For Sales with Sam Stein

    In this episode, Sam Stein, Executive Vice President and Partner of Pittsburgh-based, Engaged Prospect joins the show.
    We chat about sales writing and how it differs from marketing writing. We also delve into writing cold emails and outreach on social media, sales scripts and when and how to use them, networking and the many aspects of writing that someone in sales does on a daily basis. 
    Visit Sam's company at www.engagedprospect.com and connect with him on LinkedIn.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

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StarshineRae ,

Great podcast!

I love listening to Tara’s podcast! She has such great humor and has great messages.
I don’t consider myself the best writer but I have taken a lot of her suggestions when I need guidance. Can’t wait to hear more from her!

rbegirliegirl ,

Great Suggestions!

Tara has a TON of great suggestions for writing content for your small business. I have put a lot of these tips into practice on my own blogs and look forward to learning more. I enjoy Tara's witty banter and personal stories, too!

alkaline36 ,

You need this podcast in your life

I am not the best writer and I have to create content for my photography business all of he time. Blogs, newsletters, social media. It is never ending. Tara's, Let's Meet For Copy is funny, enjoyable to listen to AND so inspiring! She offers up amazing advice and easy ways to create copy/content for anyone! I can't wait to hear and learn more!

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