Our Story 

Ok, let's start with the elephant in the room. Or, in this case, a hippo. If you've read my blog about personality types, you probably already understand, but if not, here's what it's all about. 

I'm a Hippo 

When you think of a hippo, the first thing that comes to mind might be a lazy, slow-moving creature plodding along and trying not to get sunburned. But have you seen a hippo when they're on a mission? Those bad boys can reach speeds of up to 30km per hour! They charge forward, head down, and only stop once their mission is complete. 
That's how I feel when a client gives me a job or task. I'll find the best, easiest, and quickest way to get the job done and charge forward until everything is done and dusted. Then I'll make a cuppa and go back to avoiding the sun. 
I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit and wanted to start my own business. But it wasn't until I discovered the world of virtual assistance that I knew I'd found my calling. Finally, I could combine my love of organisation and efficiency with my desire to help others, all while running my own business on my terms. I'd previously owned a recruitment agency but, although I was successful, it never gave be the sence of achievement that I feel now.  
Starting a business can be challenging, especially if you are starting from scratch. There are plenty of obstacles along the way, but I approached them all with the same determination as a charging hippo. And soon, MMIH was born. 

The Logo 

I've had my hippo inside my head for an eternity. She was itching to get out. I had a basic image drawn out, and the designer came back to me with my absolute dream logo. I don't even mind telling you I cried. It was like all my birthdays had come at once. The designer knew exactly what I wanted, and within what felt like seconds, I had her on the screen in front of me. My inner animal was now ready to be shown to the world. 


My hashtag is about being strong, knowing your worth and stomping out any obstacles put in front of you. Just like a hippo would. 
It’s about knowing your limits and resting when it’s important too! A hippo does not run at 30km an hour for 16 hours a day! No, we do what we can then we relax and enjoy life. 
Want to know more? Just ask! 
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