From beginnings of working three jobs simultaneously to becoming the CEO of her own company

Crystal Kordalchuk is the CEO of her company, Virtually Untangled. After working for several years in a job she hated, Crystal decided to throw caution to the wind and give the world of freelancing a try, knowing that she had an eye for detail and a talent in the areas of graphic design, website design, creative writing, and virtual assistance.

Today, she has a successful business and is enjoying a more relaxed and rewarding life as her own boss.

Crystal believes that people should never give up on themselves when considering the idea of working at home, despite their fears, knowing that it’s all worth it in the end.

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Read the transcript of The Work-at-Home Heroes podcast Episode 7 here.

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2 Comments

  • Susan Reu
    This is the first of your podcasts I’ve listened too. I love the pace, quick but not too quick. It’s evident that you and the guest were both prepared so no one was at a loss for words. Crystal was easy to relate to, and she is an inspiration showing hard work pays off. The two of you seemed to have a great rapport from the first few seconds. Thanks for a very good podcast.
  • Caitlin Pyle
    Hey, Susan! Thank you! I'm so glad you enjoyed the podcast. :)

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