Thursday, September 15, 2016

Looking for Help

It's that time again!

This could be you!
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I'm looking for a personal assistant who can help me on a weekly basis to get and stay organized, help me manage my schedule, create and follow deadlines for specific tasks, and manage some light communication for me via email.

My contract with +Ariana Ramos is sadly at an end. She was positively amazing for me as an assistant, but the truth is she's becoming very involved as a writer, and in other aspects of professional game design as well, so I don't want to get in the way of that for her. Of course she and I will continue to work together, just in a different capacity going forward than her being responsible for managing my emails and Google drive folders.

Because of this, my virtual office space (which includes my easy-to-distract "cat brain") is starting to look a LOT like this:

I know I had a game I was working on somewhere around here...
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  • Are you self motivated?
  • Do you like to tidy up other people's messes, especially when they are digital?
  • Are you good at task management, organization, and scheduling?
  • Do you feel confident in going through my emails and organizing important information into Google Docs?
  • Do you want to get paid for 2-4 hours of weekly work?
My preference is to find someone within the game industry who is highly skilled at organization. The reason for this is that it makes sense to me to have someone who understands gaming looking over game content/notes and determining if they are important; having someone from outside the industry, or without an interest in gaming in general, means I may need to explain more about what my needs are.

So if you are someone who fits the description above and you're looking to pick up some extra cash, or you know someone who might be interested, please have them email me at:

Thank you so much for your time!

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