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Hi, Gizelle here! How have you been? I really appreciate your time checking my site.

I believe you wanted to know more about me and what I do, so I dedicated this page to give you a glimpse of what I have been doing these past eight years.

I’ve been an online freelancer for five years now. On my first two years working remotely, I did general administrative work. And as I mature as a freelancer, I focused more on my passion and what I do best. I'm currently working as an online marketing content curator, web researcher and writer.

Prior to freelancing, I’ve spent my first three working years in the corporate world in the fields of business and finance.

The span of my work experience made me more aware of the daily, almost insurmountable tasks faced by business owners, executives, managers and professionals. Finding the balance between work and personal life always has an impact on the quality of results.

This realization encouraged me to provide quality work without the need for hand-holding. I aim to give value to my clients’ money and help them save time so they can concentrate on more important tasks.

If you feel that I can be of any assistance to you, or you know someone who needs my help, please feel free to contact me.


E-mail: gizandcheese@gmail.com

So what are the perks of working with me? I am proactive, highly creative, and hardworking. I demonstrate sound judgment and possess a positive attitude. I am result-oriented and took ownership for quality, competence, & commitment. I have excellent interpersonal skills, dependable and organized. I welcome change with enthusiasm, I am flexible, and eager to continually learn and grow.

That's it for now. It’s nice meeting you and I hope you enjoyed my blog too! If you have the time, I’ll appreciate it if you send me a feedback or suggestion. You’re one of the reasons why I keep on writing, so come back as long as you like.


Sincerely,

Gizelle

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