So, I left the land of should-be’s when I said goodbye to a great career in human resources/remains (depends who you ask – Michael Scott of Dunder Mifflin says it’s a breeding ground for monsters) and started my own business, Deana Faria Creative Content. With a mission of continuous improvement and personal responsibility, my upgraded guiding principle is to incorporate growth and inspiration into every aspect of my life and career.
Copywriting and content writing have allowed me to combine my love of writing with my reverence for great thinkers and new ideas, and to contribute to the elevation of the individual through strategic messaging. The truth is, I would do this even if they didn’t pay me (okay, but you have to pay me… I live well off cookies and caffeine, but the rest of this family gets hella grumpy when they don’t eat. Weird).
She watched my YouTube videos, read my posts and generally went above and beyond to bring the most value to what she excels at – translating my soul! She showed her value upfront and I trusted her right away. She is so detailed in her work I am blown away. She truly has shown me a new standard in work ethic, and she will be what I use to measure the next people I bring on board to help me.
What was so unexpected was how beautifully you captured my program, what I do and what I am passionate about. What has had the biggest impact for me was the About Me section of my website. I was struggling for so long and didn’t know how I wanted to express it. I love how timely everything was done, and how detailed and specific you got with the information.
So, what about me? What’s my Black Sheep Factor?
When I really sat back and reflected on where I bring the most value, how I am different than other writers in my space, my Black Sheep Factor was undeniably Edge.
I think my clients are the most interesting people in town. You should be one.
Because you, Black Sheep, are the only kind of BS I have time for.
Oh c’mon, like you wouldn’t have reached for that!
Many good things,