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I Am THAT Social Media Person You Need

[su_heading]I Am THAT Social Media Person You Need[/su_heading]

In a world where people are needing positivity and optimism, I am more determined to stay true to myself and my passion for connecting people and promoting brands by telling their stories.

This is why I am getting the word out today that I am either looking for an investor to help me turn AspenRealLife into the production company I know it can be, where we highlight people and businesses in Colorado through “real” interviews and experiential reviews, OR apply all of my skills toward one company.

STAYING TRUE TO MY AUTHENTIC SELF

After just having finished Bob Chapman’s “Our Community Listens” class, my DISC Personal Analysis pretty much has pegged my behavior as an I/S. I for Influence and S for Steadiness. Which means (I might sound boastful here but I swear, this was all reported in my analysis) I would be well cast as an inspirational leader as I understand people extremely well, I manage to discuss and listen AND I bring up positive thought,  “Jillian is motivated by opportunities to work with people in a positive, encouraging and open atmosphere. She values honesty, reliability and good team-spirit. She gets motivation from security, stability and a future vision.”

Admittedly, I do not much like being put into a box and am not keen on the idea of generalizing behavioral traits based on computerized algorithms but it certainly does help to understand how to effectively communicate to others who may not play to the same tune, and utilize one’s strengths in order to be an efficient leader and team member.

The class confirmed that my tune plays strongest when in a sociable situation where I can work my magic to create harmony amongst people. It says I am friendly, social, sociable, people-oriented, thorough, concentrating, careful, kind, helpful, polite, nice, secure, approachable and undemanding (the last one may be a bit of a stretch).

I mean, who wouldn’t hire somebody with that kind of behavior to help enhance the energy and well being of the office and improve customer relations? Shit, I’d hire myself in a heartbeat!

So what is it I am looking for? Having never marketed my social media, content creation, interpersonal, inbound marketing, photography and interviewing prowess before, I would love to have….well…an investor who is clever enough to see that with a little help, I could blow this thing sky high out of the water. I tell you, it’s tough doing it as a penniless one woman band.

The other option is to just sweep me up and hire me for your company (but I have to believe in your mission statement) and let me enhance your customer relations through incredible storytelling and customer service.

Please reach out to me if you are THAT investor, or if you have an opportunity for me to apply my skills, hire me. As my freestyling boys always say, “Trust Me” – but in this case you actually should trust me because I am THAT social media person you’ve been looking for: aspenreallife@gmail.com

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