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I rock. Or so I’m told.

Rather than ask my clients to write glowing testimonials for my website, I asked their permission to share verbatim a few of the feedback emails I’ve received from them over the past few years.

“You rock! Love it.”

“You never cease to amaze and delight me. So thankful to have you on our team.”

“Have I told you lately that I love you?!”

Allison DeFord, Trailblazer
Felt Design Group

“Oh, you rock! That is a weight off my back. Thanks!”

Becky Mengel Freund, Marketing Art Director
ST Media Group International

“You’re just genius at finding the concept and the words that make people want to look at something and read it. Too bad you can’t bottle that. I’d be the first customer.”

“It looks great as always, Betsy. We get such good feedback on your work.”

Mary Scoviak, Editor
Hospitality Style

“Okay, that’s it. We have to meet in person, and I have to do a Vulcan mind-meld with you. That idea is SO AWESOME.”

Lori Sallee, Idea Wrangler
Felt Design Group

“I watched it twice in order to give some type of meaningful feedback, and all I can say is ‘Wow!!!!.’  Great job on this.”

Brian Foos, Chief Financial Officer
ST Media Group International

“… it looks great. Meg and I marvel at your wordsmithing!”

Barbara Emerson, Director of Strategic Alliances

“This letter is awesome.”

“Seriously. I think you’re the bee’s knees to work with.”

Kristin Godsey, Associate Publisher/Executive Editor
VMSD (Visual Merchandising + Store Design Magazine)
Chair, International Retail Design Conference

“I have to say, your input is priceless—even when you’re not working on a project, you’re always thinking about our products and how we can better position them. Thanks again, Betsy.”

“I think these are perfect. It never fails—you always come up with the perfect way to make a connection. As always, nice job.”

“The success of this conference is due in large part to all your efforts … I really mean that. Thank you.”

Sandi Luppert, Marketing Manager
ST Media Group International

See the work that prompted these esteem-boosting emails.