Are you just starting an online business or have an existing one but don’t have the time to do the trivial things yourself? Maybe you’re starting this out part time and need the extra help to get things running even without your constant presence or you’re just not knowledgeable on some areas that you want to expand on?
Let me help you!
To be honest, I am not an expert at one thing but I do know how to do a lot of things (See what specific things I have experience on in my portfolio). One of that is knowing when my skills are not enough to meet the job, I know how to find the right people to do it for me.
To break it down, let me tell you about my previous work history. I started my online career at an online publishing company as an editor and book layout designer. I found the layout task to be tedious and required a lot of unnecessary hours so I set out to find a solution. Using keyboard shortcuts and creating ready-made templates, I created a system that shortened the task from a few hours to just 1 or 2. When my boss found out about my system, he asked me to train others to do it that way. That’s how my solutions expert or what my boss liked to dub as “figure outerer” (we know it’s not a real word) job came to surface. Later on, I was promoted to manager.
That didn’t stop my curiosity for a lot of things though. The online world and the technological advances that come with it fascinated me that I continued studying and training myself on the side which I found to be very useful when dealing with the people I manage. It helped me understand their frustrations when they have a hard time at something and it gave me some knowledge to suggest some alternative course of action. This, in turn, led me to be promoted to COO.
I loved that job and I love the people I worked with but I quit and decided to work purely online (since that job required meet-ups 3 days in a week) so I can stay home with my baby who was a newborn at the time of my leaving. Now I’m offering my services to you
Now I’m offering my services to you (and no, you don’t have to make me a manager of sorts). Check out what I can do on my portfolio page.
Take a chance on me, and I promise you won’t regret it. 🙂