Joanne has provided services to many Liveops clients over the years and says, “Any and all calls are important to me because I am being paid to do what I enjoy, which is helping people.”I am being paid to do what I enjoy, which is helping people.
It’s no wonder that a friend and long-time independent agent, thought Liveops would be a great fit for her skills, experience and empathetic nature.
Working from home sounded too good to be true
“Initially, I was very skeptical because Liveops sounded too good to be true. [My friend] Debra smiled and said she too, initially shared the same concerns, but decided to take a chance, took some calls, and the money was there in her bank account as promised.
Having been a U.S. Marine Corp Radio Operator and working at Metro Atlanta Ambulance as a call taker/dispatcher both prepared me for being a Liveops independent agent. Those jobs taught me to remain calm, accurate and precise. Communication is always key.
I am also a mother of five and grandmother of two, so I have a lot of patience dealing with people, especially the elderly and infirm.I have been told, ‘I have never met a stranger’ and I truly love people
I have been told, ‘I have never met a stranger’ and I truly love people, (even not so nice people because it gives me an opportunity to try to encourage them to have a better day.) I can place myself in the other person’s shoes and have empathy and sympathy coupled with a sense of light-hearted humor when appropriate.
Knowing that I am in full control of my independent home-based business, keeps me grounded to reach out and take the fullest advantage of all the resources that Liveops offers.”