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Danielle

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  1. A thread was started in our FB Group and I thought it would be fun to carry it over here. There is this new quiz from Adobe to discover your creative personality type. Let's all take it and see what we get. My creative type is Innovator. Which I felt fit me quite well. Take the quiz for free here: https://mycreativetype.com/ Also, who else skipped all the animations when going through it? Here's my creative type description: THE INNOVATOR Creative Strength: Ability to generate new ideas and innovative solutions Untapped Potential: Mastering the art of executing ideas Ideal Collaborator: The Maker The INNOVATOR sees everything through the lens of possibilities and progress, problems and solutions. You feel the most yourself when you’re using your intellectual and creative powers to solve problems and dream up new and improved ways of doing things. Your attention is largely focused on the world around you, and you’re constantly probing its structures and systems to find ways to push things forward. Change may be scary for most people, but for you, it’s fuel for your creative fire. A pioneer and trailblazer, you’re here on this planet to light the way into the future, helping the rest of us learn to adapt and thrive in times of rapid and unpredictable change. You’re a natural risk-taker, with an insatiable desire to expand boundaries and explore uncharted territories. You’re not one to do things the way they’ve always been done. You thrive when working in service of large-scale change and progress, and your talents equip you well for roles that allow you to experiment and play with ideas. Beware when the initial spark of inspiration starts to wear off and you feel tempted to move on to the next big thing a little too quickly. INNOVATORS tap into their greater potential when they learn to master the art of the follow-through. By finding joy in the “messy middle” of a venture—not just the excitement of the beginning or the satisfaction of reaching the finish line—you’ll become a true creative powerhouse. Seek out creative partnerships with MAKER types, who have the stamina and dedication to take any idea from concept to completion. Seeing the MAKER in action reminds you that taking it one step at a time is a much more effective creative strategy than racing to the finish line.
  2. Hi Rommel, welcome to VAnetworking! When you get your website up and running feel free to share the link.
  3. Thanks for those tips Chuck! Great insight. Marie, I also prefer the 1st one.
  4. Hi Jen, welcome to VAnetworking! Have you decided what types of services you will offer clients?
  5. Hi Chuck, welcome to VAnetworking! That is awesome that you were able to bring on a past employeer as your first client. Wahoo!
  6. I've always had issues exporting my videos in Camtasia on my Mac. I finally asked Camtasia how to fix the quality issues and here is the article they referred me to. It has fixed my issues so wanted to post it in here in case anyone has this issue. https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/115007279948-Camtasia-Mac-Exported-Video-Had-Faded-or-Incorrect-Color
  7. Welcome to the forum! Why don't you just start with one and then move onto the next once one is set up. It can be overwhelming trying to learn them all at once. Who is your target audience? You might not even need all those networks. Let us know and we can figure out which network you should start with. Also, when you stay you are struggling setting them up, is it just that you don't know how to use the networks in general or you just aren't sure what to post to them or fill them with etc.
  8. I second Audacity, it's free and one of the best ones I've found. I use it regularly.
  9. Hi Bettina, welcome to VAnetworking! I just posted a comment on your other post before I read this so now I see what services you are going to offer. I think you have a great niche in mind, now we just have to get you set up and find some clients.
  10. I would try and figure out where Chiropractors hangout. Do they go to any networking events, conferences or meetups? I see you are based in LA, I bet there are some things around you that you can attend. Find out if they hang out on specific Facebook Groups etc. You want to be wherever they are and try to get yourself noticed by helping them out any way you can. What services will you be offering them? You may even visit local chiropractors offices just to get yourself out there.
  11. Hi Amanda, welcome to VAnetworking! What a fun niche! Feel free to post your link to your website so we can take a look.
  12. Maybe you need to make a list of things you want to get done and set some goals for yourself. Just work on one of the tasks at a time until it's completed so you don't get overwhelmed.
  13. Hi Toni, welcome to VAnetworking! That is great that your employer was thrilled to have you work remotely! What services do you plan to offer clients?
  14. Mary, are they physically mailing audios? Or just a file through email?
  15. Hi Patricia, welcome to VAnetworking! What types of things are you helping your friend with?
  16. Hi Grace, welcome to VAnetworking! What types of services are you going to offer, do you plan to keep it related to your background?
  17. Hi Tempest, welcome to VAnetworking! Sorry I missed your intro. Let us know if you have any questions.
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