On a recent podcast, Dan gave us his Formula for creating an Elevator Speech. Here is an attempt at quickly describing what I do.
I keep our database updated, in order, neat, and free of errors. I help customers with questions and with efficiently ordering our products.
Knowing that our business needs good records and happy customers to function properly.
So that our customers have a good experience and the owners can have peace of mind.
Question number six by Jason Godlberg of FAB. “What have your parents taught you?” My parents taught me that there are more important things than the material stuff so many use as a measure of their success. Though my parents were loyal and hard working, they did not seem to care too much about the temporal, like cars or titles or houses. At times this has been disappointing because I have wanted to have things that I have seen others enjoy. Yet at other times, I crave simplicity and am not…Continue
Question number five by Aaron Levie of Box “Describe a recent project and how you could have done it 10 times better.”
Recently I compiled a list of frequently asked questions for our company website. This could have been done better by adding a few more hyperlinks at key points, by adding instructional images, by making the page searchable, and by releasing the FAQ page across all company websites.
Writing the list of questions and answers was easy. I basically wrote out…Continue
Question number four by Bobbi Brown of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics. “Why wouldn’t I hire you?” You would't want to hire me if you are looking for an entertainer. I am not an "up front" person who can engage an audience and crack jokes. Being on stage is about as far from my goals as you can get.
You also would not want to hire me if you need someone who is always on and always available. I like to work but I also like to keep my work and my personal life separate. Working all night to…Continue