Hello. I’m Beth.

My forever-love is writing. The graceful, honest, relevant kind. Good writing moves people. Enlightens them. Connects them. Changes them in significant ways.

That’s why, after decades in the agency business, I formed Beth.LLC, a solo communications practice focused on mission-critical writingor content, as we often call it now. I help smart, socially responsible organizations advance their goals through sound, research-informed business thinking; creative problem-solving; meaningful connections; and brilliant, insightful prose.

You may be interested to know, Beth.‘s work with global brands and small- and mid-sized innovators has produced stunning results for clients and has been repeatedly recognized on the national stage.

I encourage you to ask people who have worked with me what they think. Or better yet, let’s meet!

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Trust Your Gut? Not so Fast….

Hands down one of the best books I’ve ever read, Undoing is about the lifework of two brilliant but quirky Nobel Prize-winning Jewish psychologists (Ivan Tversky and DannyKahneman). It’s also a book about their evolving, endearing friendship. Tversky and Kahneman’s research focuses on critical judgement and decision making in uncertain environments—professional athlete recruitment, the stock […]

Religion and Politics? I’m so in!

Fascinating read. Ken Woodward hails from Rocky River, a stone’s throw from me, on Cleveland’s westside. He writes from decades of personal experiences as religion editor for Newsweek. He’s talked up close and personal to the papacy, prophets, preachers, politicians and people passing themselves off as God. He covers the “majors” naturally (perhaps skimping a bit on Judaism while lingering […]

How to Change the World

I thought Matthew Kelly’s book, “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic,” was so good–so simple and yet so profound. It truly moved me and, I expect, will change me for the better over time (if I stick with the plan). That said, I did find myself wishing Kelly’s research and hypotheses weren’t limited to a Catholic […]