People to Know: Wendy

Some people see the world in black and white. And those people expect, well, to see black and white in everything. Then there are those of us who live in a world of gray hues. Where ideas bud, meld, refresh, intertwine… and that drives the other half a little nutty.

Take my friend Wendy Sue Web Guru. Wendy built my site. Then she built her Wendy is a great web guru. She loves the stuff. Wendy is also a problem-solver. She sees through obstacles and can formulate a plan to get to the other side. Wendy believes in herself and has a positive outlook. She’s a good coach.

So… which is she? A web guru? A coach? My take: she’s both. Wendy took my personal endeavor and gave it a place to live and to grow. I don’t know “hosting” or “platform” or other web geek-speak. Wendy does. More importantly, she can translate web geek-speak for us non-speakers. I didn’t worry during the creation of my site. I felt comfortable saying, “I have no idea what you are talking about.” Wendy made sense out of it.

Together, we worked out what I wanted to do with my mountain of writing. She made the vision come to life from bare bones to what it became: Now, I know how to add stories to my site, and I know how to easily communicate with my readers. It has been an exhilarating journey!

If you have a passion and need a forum to share it – and have no idea how to do it – don’t think about it in black and white: “I can” or “I can’t.” Wendy is someone who makes things happen.  At the moment, Wendy is offering a great deal for a couple lucky people: creation of a website for $300.  If you are interested, take a look at her site for details.

Believe me, you “can.”

Besides, “can’t” died in the war. That’s what my dad always says.