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I love what I do

The Social Cap has me all (insert heart eyed emoji).  I absolutely love what our business does for others and in turn for my passion to do what I love for a living.  I love immersing myself in all the content and articles to continuously educate myself to then be able to apply towards client strategy.  Sometimes when I am working on projects, whether blog posts or studying analytics, I think to myself "Is this real life?  Am I really living my dream and helping others with theirs?".

I want more and no less so I believe that's a good indication I am living for my passion.  That's been an important motivator since my editorial intern days.  I wanted/needed/had to make a way to love what I do.  For a decade, I worked for others doing the same tasks, learning and growing, and now it's through my own small business.  I never want to take for granted the good moments, the even better ones, and for sure during the more difficult times.  This is what it's all about; living a dream out is incredible.

With SoCap there is something refreshing.  Like any new relationship, there is a thrill for every little detail, every single element.  I love researching and planning and I feel like this new media agency is the perfect outlet for creating and supporting others in their vision of development.  Again, it comes full circle and I see that inspiration come back directly through me.  Even during those tricky moments that can be scary or make weary, I believe in what we are doing.

Created by my partner in life and business: Hunter
 Are you passionate about what you do?  How did you get there?

Until we meet again,
M

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