Hi, I’m Sue-Tanya
By the age of 17 I realized I wanted to become an entrepreneur and a very good one too. I decided I needed the papers to go with it so I enrolled in college to start my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. College was difficult, nevertheless, I kept pushing.
Times got hard and I had to find a job to help me pay for my tuition. Getting a job also meant I would have to work twice as hard, working in the days, going to classes in the evenings and sometimes weekends. This wasn’t what I thought my college years would be like but I had to stick it out. I was almost at my goal.
I then got introduced to the online world after I got laid off from my job. I was broke and I needed the money to finish college. Finally, I got my break. I began freelancing online, offering my skills to a number of clients. Surprisingly they loved my work and my confidence grew with each positive feedback I received. I was doing it! I was running my own little business online and I loved it. I became content and pleased with the person I saw in the mirror and started to develop an obsession with becoming better than the present version of myself. So let me introduce myself.
My name is Sue-Tanya McHorgh and I am a highly skilled Virtual Assistant and Web Designer. I specialize in Virtual assistant, transcribing, story writing, website building and video editing services.
I want to help entrepreneurs and small businesses build their brand and business with my services. I hope to inspire this generation and share my knowledge to persons who too want to start their own business.
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