by Melissa Stewart
Today started out like any other Monday.
No wait. Today is Tuesday.
It sure felt like a Monday!
Anyway, She Owns It was down.
I’m talking “Forbidden 403” – serious stuff.
My heart sank.
What makes this whole conundrum EVEN WORSE is the fact that I knew my site was in need of an upgrade!
I’ve been putting it off.
Yup, I’m a Procrastinator (with a capital P) stuck in analysis paralysis.
My awesome Twitter friend Matt Craine has pulled me out of the lightning sand more than once (it’s a Princess Bride reference, look it up).
He’s been sending me tweets: “call me” – he was trying to be proactive…
And then today happened.
And there I sat. Error 403. Help!
- Matt answered my tweet for help.
- Fixed the problem.
- Site is back.
- The END.
Not so fast Buttercup!
Matt Craine saved the day. Again.
I expected “I told you so.”
He’s helped me before and asked for nothing in return.
But, no. He just acted.
I put out an SOS and amazing people like Matt show up.
I’ve never met Matt IRL(in real life), but I consider him an IRL friend.
People like Matt put the “social” in social media.
I LOVE the community I’ve found online. The everyday heroes who are there to answer questions, make me smile, and lend a helping hand “just because” – expecting nothing in return.
Matt is not a sponsor but he has helped me out several times and I HIGHLY recommend his services.
Curious about Matt?
He tweets: @MattCraine
He a Creative Strategist and Co-Founder at Becoming 3D.
Owner and CEO at Craine Consulting.
Have you had a similar experience?
Who stepped up and “rescued you” online?
Who made you smile when you were feeling down?
I’d love to hear YOUR STORY in the comments!
Melissa Stewart is an entrepreneur advocate who has had a “home office” since age 5. She is passionate about entrepreneurship, addicted to coffee and eternally optimistic. Her latest project She Owns It is a site committed to empowering women entrepreneurs by offering resources, support and inspiration. @melissaonline
Melissa Stewart is the founder of SheOwnsIt.com. She is a Purveyor of Possibility, Entrepreneur Advocate and Coffee Addict. She believes that behind every successful woman is her story. What’s your story?