You Don’t Have To Know How To Do Everything.
You Just Need To Know Someone
Who Can Do What YOU Need.
My name is Stacy Clements, and I take care of the web stuff you don’t want to deal with.
Oh, and I’m kind of zealous about keeping all those tech things “cyber secure”, too.
You Don’t Have To Do It Alone
I’m a small business owner too – I get it!
• You’re a solopreneur or a nonprofit or have a small team – you don’t have or need full-time web support, but you do need someone to handle the “web stuff” and someone to call when you have a question. It’s like handling your finances – you may not have an accountant on staff, but you’ve got an accountant’s number on your phone.
• Small businesses are not immune to cyberattacks, but cybersecurity can seem overwhelming. However, there are basic actions we can all take to protect ourselves. I help small business owners tailor a plan based on their risks.
Who’s On Your Crew?
I spent 23 years in the military, and one of the enduring lessons I learned is what amazing things you can accomplish if you have the right team.
I don’t mean a team like in those “group projects” we had to do in school, where most of the people just skated by on others’ work. I’m talking about a team where everyone understands the mission, everyone brings their own strengths to the table, and everyone works together using those strengths to meet the goal.
It’s like winning an auto race. You’re the driver for your business. But if you try to be your own pit crew, that’s going to slow you down.
Together, We Win
One of my military bosses called me “a fixer, a problem solver, and a pitbull” – and I have to admit, that’s pretty accurate. I like to make things work. I’m good at figuring stuff out. I’m pretty tenacious when I sink my teeth into a problem. And I can be a little fierce about protecting those on my team.
I filled many different roles in the Air Force – project manager, information and technology manager, cyber operations planner, emergency operations center director, and mission support commander. I learned how to listen, lead, plan, and get results.
In 2008, I started a freelance business on the side, building and maintaining websites for individuals and small businesses. When I retired from the Air Force, I still wanted to be part of a team, using my planning, problem solving, and tech skills to help others meet their goals – and Milepost 42 was born.
Today, I’m the “web person” team member for small businesses, solopreneurs, and nonprofits who need someone on the crew to take care of the web stuff. I’m part of the team at the Inland Northwest Business Center teaching cybersecurity essentials to small business owners. And I have people on my team, like my visual designer, Rebecca Caligan, who make it possible for me to focus on what I do best.
Do you want the pitbull on your pit crew?
Get in touch, and let’s talk about what you need.