Would you like some help navigating the oh-so-confusing world of websites?
I’ve been helping folks like you with that for over a decade.
Let’s focus on communication first.
I know, your biggest desire is to have someone help you navigate the technology, because that’s the most foreign element—the one where you might feel the most at sea.
But my years of working with values-focused, heart-centered businesses like yours have taught me that it's really best (for 100 reasons) to start with focus and meaning, so that you can spend your money and time wisely. That is what I will help you do, with honesty and sincerity.
And that’s why I’m creating programs that help guide people through this process gently and affordably.
I create programs and coaching that help you navigate the turbulent waters of online communication, so you can focus on what you’re really here for.
Would you like to get in touch?
I’d love to connect with you, and see how I might be of help!
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