If you’re overwhelmed and frustrated by the day-to-day running of your business and feel like you aren’t getting a chance to enjoy the things you love to do — like spending time with family, traveling, or even taking a day off — then it’s time to hire an Online Business Manager.
What you need is someone to manage the “stuff” you would oversee if only you had a clone, or two. You need someone you can trust completely to get your projects done without your having to oversee each step.
Helping entrepreneurs and small-business owners behind the scenes is what I love to do. Share your ideas with me and together we’ll create an actionable plan. Then you can leave the details to me and my team and focus your attention on other things.
When you work with me, you can count on:
After decades of experience in the corporate, volunteer, and education arenas, I knew that I wanted to be my own boss. In 2007 I founded Simplification Services to support hardworking entrepreneurs.
As a professional organizer I implemented systems to help small-business owners streamline their office systems, manage their time, and tackle day-to-day tasks. To further simplify the lives of business owners, I took on essential marketing projects, such as internet and social media marketing, blogging, email campaigns, and Local SEO. Seeing firsthand all the hats a business owner had to wear — and the stress they faced — I harnessed my experience to support entrepreneurs as their Online Business Manager.
My mission is to help you, the small-business owner, scale your current business by managing the projects that must be done for you to achieve your business goals:
Local Marketing Management
Systems and Operations Management
Online Marketing Strategy and Management
Let’s talk about how your business could thrive with the support of an Online Business Manager.
You really don’t have to do everything yourself.
You just need an OBM you can count on. Ready to make your life easier?
I live in the Austin, Texas, area with my husband, Andy. When not simplifying the lives of small-business owners, Andy and I spend as much time as possible at the beach, hanging out with our two sons and daughters-in-law, and traveling to new places.