Meet Kim,
Your Tech OPS Chief

Meet Kim Stone, the coolest WordPress support tech this side of the internet. This former Army signaleer knows how to send a message lima charlie (loud and clear), especially when it comes to troubleshooting your tech woes.
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If you are in search of some technical support to help with operating the tech, you’re in the right place.

I’m able to step in, tackle the techie tasks and let you focus on building your business.

I know what it’s like to finally be able to have systems in place to operate, maintain and scale a website.

But it wasn’t always this way…

I was just like you — overwhelmed by all the different blog articles and YouTube videos, where every click on Google seemed to confuse me even more. I remember late nights behind the laptop screen, learning more and more about this thing called WordPress. I first started learning the Drupal system. Learning about all the themes (Genesis, Astra, Beaver Builder, etc) and how each would be easier than the last. I was desperately trying to figure out what was going to allow me to have a solid online presence that I could manage?

Months, even years have gone by. To make a long story short, the transformation was gradual. Each piece of knowledge I gained guided me toward a clearer understanding. As my expertise grew, so did my resolve to turn my struggles into solutions for others. I’ve traveled down that road, let me help you build your brand online without all the obstacles and headaches that I encountered.
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Knowing your values helps you keep true to yourself. They help inform your thoughts, actions, beliefs, and believe it or not your work ethic.

My first encounter with the idea of values was my enlistment into the Army. The 1SG (First Sergeant) made it his business to let us know will will live by the seven core values. They will always be with me (Thanks Uncle Sam). Can’t shake ’em, just not possible.

When I examined my life after military, I settled on a few more. I added freedomflexibility, and fulfillment.

I desire the freedom to do what I want, the flexibility to work with great people that fulfill my passion of helping non-techies overcome their fear and frustration of tech.