I began my corporate career in 1993 as a freelancer in the administrative field. Over the next 15 years I worked for hundreds of companies and have acquired a wealth of first hand knowledge. These experiences taught me how various successful organizations operate from the mail room to the executive row. In 2008 I stepped away and retired myself from corporate America. Since then I have dedicated my life to helping individuals cultivate their creativity by marketing their ideas with website creation, providing remote administrative support and assisting them with obtaining their dream of becoming business owners. As a way to offer the best service possible I only work with clients that were referred to me by loved ones, friends or colleagues.
I live and work in the wonderful city of Newark within the great state of New Jersey. Newark is my city and my city is on the rise. My mission is to do what I can to improve the quality of life in my city while setting a good example for others to follow. That is why my motto is "Newark First", my first and foremost concern is to assist those who also live in and love the city of Newark to achieve their creative goals and business aspirations.
Upon awakening everyday, take notice and be grateful for all of the positive and extraordinary people, things, and events in your life .
Do the right thing.
At the end of the day you have to live with the decisions you make, so choose to do the right thing that way you have no problem looking at yourself in the mirror, sleeping peacefully at night and maintaining your dignity and self respect.
Do your best.
Since you reap what you sow, sow the seeds of excellence therefore your harvest can be good and plentiful.
Give others the benefit of the doubt.
Often we are creatures that focus on the negative rather than the positive. When dealing with others don't allow your mind to automatically assume the worst case scenario because your mind might just be playing tricks on you.
Forgive your transgressors.
Relieve yourself of the burden of resentment or revenge and instead empathize with the individual who has wronged you so that you have a better understanding about how to move forward.