What do I love to do? What’s my niche?

Writing I love to write instructions for software applications. I love to write tutorials that go through a process that makes a task easier or automates it. I also love learning new things in the process of writing about them! Sewing & Pattern Drafting I know this is technically a hobby but for a while I did make a little bit of money drafting patterns and writing books on the topic. It is a very technical subject surprisingly and especially when you try to explain… Continue reading

I want to help your company do the things you do better than you did yesterday!

For Christmas I got a much needed upgrade to both my computer and my favorite graphics suite, Corel Draw. So to learn and even relearn some of the suite’s tools I decided my resume needed to reflect more of my geeky personality. I may have more variations in the coming days too. Any thoughts, drop me a note!    

In 1 minute, describe who you are?

Who am I? A snippet about me… I am a geek. I love tech. I have other things I love as well but I love working with programming languages and have since I was young.  I love to help others by teaching what I know and sharing the knowledge I have gained. I have a double bachelors and associates in business but while I enjoyed all the business classes I LOVED the geeky ones best. The SQL class, Perl, JavaScript, Web Development and Visual Basic were… Continue reading

What will…

…give me greater satisfaction? Solving the efficiency problem people face in their daily work. Increase a company’s bottom line via problem solving. …align what I do with who I am? A challenging set of problems to solve that will help others. …enable me to work with passion and purpose? Seeks not the fast band-aid answers but the core fixes and long term solutions.                                 Proactively implement fixes before small issues become… Continue reading

10 Things Important to Me in a Job

This goes with my Reverse Job Description. Make a list of up to 10 things you feel are important to you in a job. Then a list of up to 10 things important to you in a company or employer. 1.     Challenging work that changes mysteries to solve 2.     Management that understands what the workers actually do 3.     Some routine work quick simple items that gives a sense of accomplishment 4.     Management that will pitch in with even the low level tasks 5.     Coworkers who… Continue reading