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Walt Now Content. Your partner for creative brainstorming since 1988.
Read more about brainstorming with Walt below.
What kinds of things can I brainstorm with Walt?
Any and all things. But usually Walt helps expand ideas in and around creative content. Projects needing shaping, cheering. Marketing and ad campaigns. Screenplays, teleplays, video scripts. Creative careers, endeavors and dreams.
What is a brainstorm?
Two or more people creating ideas, sharing ideas, and honing ideas toward a specific goal or metric.
It’s more fun that, though, right?
Ha! Yes. “Metric” is such a serious word. It just means, you’ll figure out where you’d like to be by the end of the session.
What if I don’t know my goal or metric?
Then that’s the first thing to be discussed in the brainstorm!
How are these brainstorms conducted?
By Skype or Zoom. In front of our computers.
Or live, in person. In front of a whiteboard at your place or ours.
What’s the length of these brainstorms?
90 minutes to 2 hours. Not exactly “deep dive.” More “medium dive.”
But medium dives can move you forward.
What have people said about booking a brainstorm with Walt?
Comments encouraged below.
How do I book a brainstorm with Walt?
And we’ll start a dialogue about topic, goals and timing.
How much does it cost to book a brainstorm?
$499 for 2 hours or less.
Do I get to keep the ideas we come up with in these brainstorms?
You do. They are yours to use at will.
What makes Walt qualified as a brainstormer?
License 89755 from the International Brainstormers Association.
Kidding. A lot of creative results for brands, individuals and teams. Happy clients.
What kind of whiteboard markers does Walt use?
An oddly specific question, but here they are.
Can I also hire Walt Now to create content beyond our brainstorm?
Yes. Here are some of the other services he offers.
But a brainstorm is still a good place to start, so
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