I am constantly on a mission to expand my comfort zone. I've had so many great experiences just because I did something that I'd never done before, even if it scared me a bit.
I became a tennis coach because I accepted an offer on a whim.
I wrote and self-published four books.
I took on part-time marketing contractor work without any prior professional marketing experience.
I taught myself to set up a Shopify store and run Facebook ads in 30 days.
I can write over 50k words in 30 days, and I've done it more than once.
I know how to squeeze value out of every experience I have, even the negative ones.
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The basics of advertising your business on Facebook
If you want to be a marketer, one of the most popular ways to reach and connect with your audience is with an email campaign. One of the simplest and most informative programs to use for this is Mailchimp. But what if you don’t know how to use Mailchimp? Never fear, here is a simple … Continue readi…
For about ten months, I worked as a cashier at Hannaford, the local grocery store in my town. Since I was still in high school, I worked part-time. Knowing that I wouldn’t be there for long, I went into it with the mindset that on top of making money, I wanted to learn. The … Continue reading “3…
Retail is a job that requires little more than basic social skills and hand movements. Some people make a career out of it and climb the ranks, and others, like myself, work there temporarily to make a little money before moving on to bigger things. I worked at Hannaford for ten months. Hannaford is…
In the age of media and marketing, almost everything you look at is copywriting in some way. A tweet, an Instagram caption, and of course the advertisement. Some of this copywriting is ineffective. In fact, a lot of it is. People scroll by quickly, especially if it’s not something they’re looking fo…
I wrote a blog post about my experience with rejection, perseverance, and ultimate success. I submitted it to the Praxis blog and it was published.
Sports have more value than just the face-value physical benefits. I think everyone should play a sport long-term.
I became a tennis instructor not because of impressive skill in the sport, but because of my work ethic. I started playing tennis casually when I was in the 12-13 age range. I wasn’t especially motivated or talented at the time. Since I’d moved so much I’d participated in dozens of sports based on w…
I was published on GoRealty’s blog, a company out of Pittsburgh PA. I had never lived in Pittsburgh or Pennsylvania, but through research and careful writing my work was not only published but I was told it was the favorite out of those submitted by third parties.
Determination, persistence, the ability to get back up when you fall.
This is the week I said goodbye to Telo. I’ve been working with Telo as a part-time remote contractor for eleven weeks, and the time has come to chase new opportunities. Of course, I learned a lot from the role. First of all, Puerto Rico was beautiful. Yes, Dorian came by, but we barely got … Contin…
Takes apart problems and finds ways to make things work. Great at finding solutions others miss. Understands the parts and can build a better whole.Learn More →