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Starts:13-Sep-10 3:52 p.m. GMT

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Creative brief

Business Name

Women's Link

What do you do?

Newsletter for Working Women

What is your industry?


Describe your audience

Working Women in North America

How do you intend to use this newsletter (print, email, web, etc.)?

Newseltter article -- for emailed newsletter, and post on the Web. Could be shared with seminar participants as well.

What 3 things do you want to communicate to your audience through this newsletter?

1. Everyone has something to be grateful for
2. An attitude of gratitude helps you focus on the postive, helps you feel more at peace, brings you more happiness
3. Grateful people get more to be grateful about .. and their attidues also spread to others, giving others more to be grateful for, too

Do you have a title for this newsletter?

Working title: Embracing an Attitude of Gratittude (open to other title ideas)

What information MUST be included?

This article is going in our November 2010 edition. I want to create an inspirational piece that talks about no matter where you are in life (even if you're feeling like you have a lot of burdens and are going through some seriously rough stuff)-- you have things to be grateful for.

What character, tenor or spirit do you want to convey?

Inspirational. Do NOT write this from first-person. But, you can add quotes from people if you'd like.
Make it all about the reader -- make it a warm conversation.

What is your required length in words or pages for this newsletter?

400-600 (can run over or under a little if you need to)

Do you want to include additional info?

Not really -- I want to leave the content and creative angle for this open to the writer.