I’m a hoarder.
As a professional visual designer, I’ve created visual content for many high-profile brands such as Hunt’s, Welch’s, IBM, Google, and digital marketing pros like Amy Porterfield, Jay Baer, and Joel Comm.
But as cliche as it sounds, a few years ago I realized that helping others brings me the most joy. So I started keeping track of how many people I was able to help by how many times they said “Thank You.”
Fixed someone’s shoe at work. — “Thank You!” — #1.
Helped push a stranger’s car that stalled. — “Appreciate it.” — #156.
Saved someone hours of design time. — Thank You — #13,476
I became addicted to it. I became a “Thank You” hoarder.
And I soon realized I could help more people by sharing what I know best which is visual design and digital marketing.
Since then I’ve been on a mission to help as many people as possible by sharing the wealth of visual design and digital marketing knowledge I’ve gained over the years – and any new insights that I discover – to help entrepreneurs like you, create visual content that connects with your customers and helps you find success online.
It’s a journey that I call #ChasingThankYou and I want to thank you for being a part of it.
A little about you.
You’re awesome. And you’re also very busy.
Running a business isn’t easy. But you’re passionate about what you do. And maybe without realizing it, you’ve been #ChasingThankYou too.
You know that your business needs to have a presence online, and you know that it’s getting harder and harder to compete for your customer’s attention.
The last thing you want to be doing is spending tons of time and money creating, optimizing, sharing, tracking, and managing your social media content across all of your profiles.
You’re looking for a smarter way to get results so you can get back to doing what you love.
And I would love to earn your “Thank You” by giving you a plan you do just that.
A little more about moi.
I married my high school sweetheart, Elizabeth, in 2006. We have twin boys, Jacob and Rai. And in 2014 we moved from Raleigh, NC to Tampa, FL to live closer to her family.
When not thinking about social media or the latest visual content trends, I can be found freelancing in my pjs for mid-sized marketing agencies, coaching my twin boys’ soccer team, or scanning the pantry for any remaining chocolate chip cookies.
Here are few more things you may not know about me:
- Once interviewed by Anderson Cooper and Diane Sawyer.
- Was the only American on an all German soccer team. Fußball uber alles!
- I have 4 parents. All 4 of them served in the Army. All 4 of them are my heroes.
- I have the hardest time choosing a favorite anything.
- I could totally live in a tiny house (<200 sq. ft.) if my family would allow it.
Thanks so much for taking the time
to learn more about my story.
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