So something needs to get organized and polished and professional, so you find the box where that item belongs. Great! Task done. It’s all tidy, now. It’s all normal.
But what about when you need something different?
What about when you need something outside the box? Or that breaks the box? Or that blows the box a raspberry and refuses to play that game of “Let’s be different the same way that everyone else is!”?
Oh, projects and products do need boxes for their publication—that’s how marketing works. But what if you don’t even know what box your project needs?
What happens when you need a custom box or help figuring out what box you need?
And rather than divvy these things up across different websites targeting those specific things, I offer it in one place.
Why? Because my skills in all these things boil down to one core characteristic:
I bridge gaps.
Between what you want to be doing and are actually doing. Between what a layman doesn’t know but an expert assumes everyone does. Between what writers assume readers want and what some readers actually want*.
*And I have over 700k reads on Wattpad that prove I have a clue about that.
I bridge the gaps between your project or product and its audience.
But like any quality box-builder, I don’t only know what I know, but I also know what I don’t know.
For example, I can’t write you a WordPress plugin, but if you have a clear explanation of what you want, I’ll know what kind of person or people you need to make it.
And I bridge gaps with an eye to the future.
Some call it ”future-proofing”: Setting things up and providing your services in such a way to reduce the workload and funds needed for future updates.
If there’s a core writing error you’re prone to, I might point it out and explain it. If you don’t yet know what you want to do with your website in the future, I’ll do my best to discuss that with you to make sure your newly built website suits those future plans (or at least will be easy to upgrade to suit them).
Even my fiction all illustrates the box-breaking premise, “Everyone’s crazy somehow. Some people just hide it better than others.”