“We were privileged to have Marigold as our virtual assistant for nearly 4 years. Her positive attitude and amazing work ethic helped boost our business tremendously. She offered suggestions for moving our business forward and tackled both large and small tasks with the same enthusiasm. We considered her a valuable member of our team and will definitely hire her again when future opportunities arise.”
–Vickie & Larissa
“I would definitely work with Marigold again.”
“Marigold is bar none the absolute best freelancer I have worked with on Odesk. She is responsive, has great language skills, and she just seems to understand the task at hand without any extra explaining. I’d hire her again in a heartbeat. Thank you Marigold for helping make my project a success! :)
5/5 perfect freelancer.” –Tyler
“Marigold was exceptional ! She is fast learner and was able to work so independently after a short training period that I was free to move my business forward. She is an excellent support, humble, easy-going team member and hard worker. I enjoyed working with Marigold very much and highly recommend her to any potential employer.” –Kerri
“Truly amazing at her job. Thanks so much!” –Raif
This is a promotional video I did for our church’s ministry.
This is a short presentation I made for Contact Center Services students.
This is one of the tutorials I did for my client, so that if ever I can’t work for some reasons, she can have someone do it and it will save her time of teaching the other person on how to do things. Hope this helps you.
Just sharing this beautiful flower. As the saying goes, “Take time to smell the flowers”. To me, that means taking a real break (enjoying the food you eat, thinking of more important things apart from work, calling a family member, or just simply chatting with a close friend in the office for a few minutes) in the middle of a busy day. I wonder what it really means and so I googled it. I found several interpretations, but this is the best. It says, “Finding the time to do things that matter to us. Slowing down, prioritizing and getting our acts together”. It would be wonderful if we can do that, isn’t it?