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Internet bard - cool! I like the term white rabbit; I do this too to see people's reactions - to see if they have "personality"! I am the owner of dotcalm, and call myself a "design therapist" - which usually elicits a "what is that?" I tell them I take their design/marketing projects and their stress over those projects away, I give the stress to my husband (who takes it all in stride) and I bring back the completed project to them "stress-free"!
I could say I design business cards, brochures, etc and websites but that doesn't open up a conversation... and I like to see if people "get" it - then I know if I want to work with them!
Thanks for letting me know I'm not alone!
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