I’m a solopreneur helping people that have just an idea and wonder what it takes to create a startup and become an entrepreneur.
I help all other solopreneurs, that means mompreneurs, dadpreneurs, kidpreneurs, oldpreneurs, and growing startups with getting more out of their business.
The research demographics from Kauffman.com shows that ALL sorts of people are starting business, not just the twenty somethings.
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If you’re interested in a short bio, here’s what’s on the back of my book:
Kevin Cullis is a former Air Force officer, currently a business geek and now has become an entrepreneur. He has his Masters Degree in Administration as well as 12 years of face-to-face experience selling both Macs and PCs to businesses. He loves helping entrepreneurs and small business owners integrate, utilize, and optimize the use of their Mac in their marketing, sales, and business management processes. The combination of both a business and a computer process perspectives makes him unique in saving and making money using a Mac. How to Start a Business: Mac Version is his first book.
But, to move on.
I am part Business, part Geek, I call myself a Chief Business Geek!!
A Business Geek is someone that solves business problems with computer technologies. They are not quite a “propeller-head,” geekspeak for hard core computer person, who loves to dig into the guts of the hardware or software of computers.
While I love computers, computers do not solve all business problems, that’s why I include that I enjoy finding non-computer solutions to business problems, and am an expert at it. Solutions have to make business sense, whether a business uses a computer to solve a problem or not. Hence, I love to solve business problems.
If you are using a computer, then I’d use Apple technologies and solutions even though I’ve used Windows and Linux (SuSe, Ubuntu). Occasionally I like getting “under the hood” of the guts of computer technology to learn, but I don’t like fixing them as a living. I mostly learn about the technologies to see how they affect a business.
But that’s not all of me either. I love to read (you could say sort of book-aholic), research, and generally see “between the lines” of what is happening. For example my wife and I recently saw the movie “Love in the Time of Cholera” and during the movie I noticed a lady in the jungle bringing out some glasses on a tray with glasses turned over. Why were the glasses turned over? Because if they were clean and turned right side up dirt and bugs would get into them and they would become dirty again. Turning them upside down prevents people from having to do more work. That is how I think. I apply that to all issues that a business person or a geeks does.