When I look back at all the jobs I’ve had over the past 20 years, the one thing they all have in common is that I loved that I got to help people.
Whether it was kicking off their morning with a coffee at Bear Creek, writing and formatting resumes at Kinko’s, assisting swarms of people with an array of issues for Apple, or designing customized back-end solutions at Chesapeake Systems, the main joy in all my work has been using my skills to help people achieve their goals.
[You can read more about my work history here.]
Some of my favorite moments have been in helping my artist friends preserve and protect their digital portfolios, working out affordable and comprehensive solutions for non-profits and others on a tight budget, and teaching people how to leverage technology for themselves, allowing them to do more, work more efficiently, and learn new capabilities along the way.
For some time now, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to how I could make my journey on this planet as effective and fulfilling as possible. I felt that I could do a lot of good with the skills I’ve acquired over the years, and I wanted to help people that were creative, motivated, and perhaps a bit idealistic. I wanted to help families and social organizations communicate and share with each other. I wanted to empower people to do what they dreamed of.
The best way for me to make that happen is to be available to anyone who could benefit from my diverse skills, and to offer an educational, accessible, and affordable experience.
And so, it is in no way because of superstition that I incorporated on April 1st, 2015, the 39th anniversary of Apple’s founding. And it is in no way related to pop culture overkill that I’m soft-launching on May 4th. I’ll be doing a full-scale promo/roll-out in early June, and I’m looking forward to being your go-to resource for tech needs.
Thank you for reading, and if you think I may be of assistance, please get in touch. May the Fourth be with you!