Who am I? That’s easy. I’ve said I’m a writer my entire life. When I was in elementary school, my creations were knockoffs of Babysitters Club novels, crafted with covers out of wrapping paper.
Then, I discovered this thing called the Internet.
I spent the first 15 years of my career moving back-and-forth between the agency and the corporate world, helping companies craft their digital strategies through websites, emails, and social media.
In 2017, I had an awakening. I became entrenched in the spiritual world, and could no longer stomach using my skills to help the rich get richer. I wanted to work with dreamers, healers, and helpers.
For a while, I called myself a marketing consultant. But I’ve learned that marketing has a negative connotation. It promotes a mindset of scarcity and desperation, especially around fellow entrepreneurs like myself. I now call myself a messaging magician, and I use my intuition and my connection with my clients to help them form communication strategies that are simple, straightforward, and are from the heart.