Despite perceived high-strung audience in the wedding planning world, I found my career smack dab in the middle of dresses, bouquets, and painted up bridezillas.
Virtually, I spent my time helping wedding businesses take care of some of the mundane background work so they could focus on what they wanted to more- their own clients.
I set up and managed email campaigns, blogs, client systems and all the administrative work for clients everywhere from the UK to Canada.
And then I realized where most businesses needed me most: Systems.
Look, I’m not one to drag businesses down, but the chaos that goes into some people’s self-set up systems is a headache. No wonder I can read frustration from small business owners’ faces from miles away.
That’s when I decided it was time for me to amp up my game and kick my own tail into a different gear.
Your client Judy sat with you on a discovery call last week.
Kelly is showing up today. And you know there are probably a dozen more coming in down the line.
It’s easy to get a little…. Lost trying to remember what everyone needs.
Now call me crazy, but if you have to go digging for the information to keep your projects organized, then you’re probably confusing yourself even more.
Take that confusion out of the equation, and put in a system that will allow you to put your digging skills to rest.
*Currently, I help businesses set up and streamline their processes using Dubsado. But I ain’t no stranger to other programs we can use.*
I’m not your average Virtual expert/helper/systems manager person.
I’m more like a client walk-thru whisperer.
I understand the frustrations business owners like you go through trying to keep “all the things” organized. Because, well, I’ve been there before.
I’ve seen how quickly things not only get out of hand, but end up scattered in a thousand different places. The result? You’re confused, your clients’ are confused, and nothing really seems to be in a good place for either of you.
Newsflash: When it’s not organized, it’s not a good place.
But I’m looking to help you with that. I’m willing to take the overwhelm and give you clarity- not in the woo-woo clarity kind of way, but the kind that is tangible through a programming system directly set up for your business.
work with Angie
Trying to find easier ways for creative service providers to thrive in their businesses.
Fanatical animal lover
The MANY career paths I considered before this one. Can you say - teaching assistant/counselor/social media manager?
Being quirky, but bubbly. Crazy, but sensible. Plays by the rules, but with random outbursts.
What I’m known for: