You run a creative business – you’re a designer, an artist, a writer, a teacher, a maker, a crafter, a creator of any sort – and you’re at your limit. You probably ended up on this page because you reached out, asked for help and someone – maybe me, a mutual friend, or a friend of a friend – sent you this link.
The items on your to-do list exceed the number of hours in a day. Every day. Every week. Maybe for the past couple months. You’re tired, and overwhelmed. But you want to keep growing. You’re at your personal capacity. But in your business, you still have customers to reach, people to help, and days to brighten.
I get it. You’re not alone. It happens to tons of small businesses. At some point every micro-business, solopreneur, and artist reaches the limit of what they can do alone. And when you reach that point you can either scale back, or get help.
And I can help.
A quick bit about me, I’m Holly Chayes, and I want to help you make your creative business as awesome as it can be. I want to work with you to increase your business’ reach, pair down your personal to-do list, and free up some hours in your week.
As a small business owner there are a million and one things you feel like you need to be doing, but as a creative person the things you need to be doing aren’t always the things you want to be doing. That’s where I come in. I can take some of the less-than-fun tasks off your plate, – the things that need to get done, but don’t require your unique touch – so that you can focus on doing what you do best.
I can be your virtual assistant, take some of the grunt work off your to-do list, so you have time to do the things you excel at.
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“I am so lucky to have turned my creative outlet into my career. Through the years I’ve realized that there are some necessary tasks that I’m either awful at or I just dread completing. Holly’s assistance has been invaluable. Her expertise and dedication have shown results in my business’ growth in a short time. Not only does Holly complete the tasks I need her to, but she teaches me how to complete those tasks more efficiently on my own.” – Dana Freed of the Well Done Experience