Ah, the bio page. The place where everyone vomits out every single task they've ever completed and pounds their chest about every “name brand” they've worked with. I hate bios. I really do. They're almost always
entirely made up embellished, and offer no deeper insight into the human they are describing than a form at the DMV would.
So I'm not going to give you that. If seeing a list of the 847 skills I possess is the deciding factor for Crucial getting your business, then we haven't done our job properly. That's not to say that I don't possess those skills. I've been doing this for 15+ years. Of course I have acquired skills. Lots of them. What is important is how I can use them to help to solve your problems; not how many pages it makes my resume in length.
I have been doing this work I that love for 15+ years. It is literally a gift to wake up in the morning and do what I do. I am passionate about people first, closely followed by their success and happiness and my role in it.
Making solid connections with people helps to understand their problems. Understanding their problems is my job. Fixing their problems and moving their business forward is my passion.
I am honest. I am opinionated. I am here to answer your questions. I will ask you about your children, your dog, and how your family vacation went. Not because I want your money and think asking such questions is the way to get it. Because I really care about you.