You’re a busy heart-centered business owner who doesn’t like technology much.Maybe you have a website that you aren’t sure how to update or you just want someone to handle it for you. You know technology is important and could help you be more efficient, yet you’re not sure how it could save you time instead of taking too much of your time! You’ve probably dealt with other technical people or hired web developers that may have left you confused without a lot of results—and worse, you invested a lot of money! You’re tired of trying to figure out the technology or tired trying to find someone you trust to help you out.
You need a clear path through the maze of technology. I can help!
Hi, I’m Sheila.
I help heart-centered business owners, the light-workers of the world, with technology. I build websites and make technology work for them, so they can spend more time focusing on growing their business and doing what they love.
My clients are passionate about what they do, but are overwhelmed trying to figure out technology and make it work. They’re tired of watching webinars, downloading free guides and still not understanding how the pieces fit together.
My clients are making a difference in the world. They are in business because they want to help others feel better about themselves, their communities and the world.
I get really excited helping someone experience that A-Ha moment when some piece of the technology puzzle finally makes sense! I love helping people solve their technology problems or just taking care of it for them, so they don’t have to.
My Journey.At around age 9, my Dad came home and found me taking apart the weed whip to see how it worked. It even still worked when I put it back together! Another time, he came home and found me using a power saw to make something. I’ve been taking things apart and putting them together for as long as I can remember. In college, I started my career as a math major. One of the requirements for the coursework was a Computer Science class. I fell in love! I immediately chose to double major and have been in love with technology ever since! I started my career programming for some really cool companies including Capitol Records, HP and Nike. I loved writing computer programs and would often stay up all night programming because I couldn’t walk away from the computer! It was always pure joy for me.
Much more than a programmer.In the world of Corporate America, my managers quickly discovered that I was much more than a programmer as I was also an excellent communicator and could see the big picture from all the details that surrounded me. I quickly moved into Project Management and People Management. Soon, I was a Director and a VP, responsible for overseeing 60+ people and millions of dollars. While I was really good at People Management, I didn’t enjoy sitting in meetings all day. It just wasn’t me. I like to do things. I like to get things done and not talk about getting them done for weeks before doing them. After a period of returning to Project Management as a certified project manager, I quickly realized that I still wanted to be more technical. I had always kept my finger in the technology side of things and dabbled in websites and technology support for friends and family.
My Other Passion.It’s been a bit of a journey for me to come to the conclusion that I always believe in me! As a 7th grader in Science class in my small little country school, I continuously asked ‘why’ questions because what I was being taught just didn’t make sense to me. At some point, I stopped asking why for a period of time and threw all my energy into becoming perfect–the perfect athlete, the perfect student, the perfect daughter, the perfect mom. While that breeds incredible success, there can be quite an empty feeling that is left when there is never enough. I have explored spirituality and self-improvement from more aspects than most including over 20 weekend seminars or week long camps, more books than I can count, Buddhism, Sikhism, meditation, healing and more. Over time, I came to realize that the common theme in all of them is to believe in yourself and once you believe in yourself, life just seems to come together. At this point, while I continue reading and learning, my insatiable desire has settled. I am more content to enjoy the little moments in life with friends, family and clients. I’ve come to appreciate that each interaction is where we become the most present and have the most to learn. I used to think that my love of Spirit and the Divine didn’t fit with technology. I tried to keep them as separate businesses and separate parts of my life. One day in meditation, when asking Spirit what I was supposed to be doing, I heard the message that my technology skills were to help Lightworkers share their gifts. I finally came to the conclusion that I want to bring my love and skills of technology to those who want to make the world a better place, the Lightworkers and heart-centered business owners of the world!
Returning to my passion of technology–but this time, with more Soul.Once we had children join our family, my partner and I decided that it didn’t make sense for both of us to stay in Corporate America, so I choose to stay at home. During my stay at home mom years, I took the time to learn the current web tools and deepen my understanding of tools for small businesses by setting up free accounts and testing them and researching them. When I wasn’t chasing kids, I completed my MBA and continued to do some Project Management consulting. I spent time every morning in meditation, read spiritual books and dove into learning about the Ascended Masters and their teachings. I also created websites for friends and rediscovered my passion for technology. After several websites and lots of technology support, I realized how much I still loved and wanted my hands in technology. Now that my kids are settled in school, I have the opportunity to help others. Rather than return to an office job, I decided to bring forward my passion in web design and development to the front of my life and create a business out of it! The best part is that I get to return to the joy that computer science brought me when I discovered it in college! It’s the best!
Working with men and women focused on making the world a better place in their
My mission is to help as many
As a Lightworker, I want to see the world be a better place. I spend time in meditation every day. I am constantly reading books that expand my understanding of the world, myself and others. You can read more about that at sheilafranzen.com. I have explored many modalities of healing such as Ayurveda, Reiki, Etheric Healing, Acupuncture, Energy Medicine, Naturopathy, Nutrition Response Testing and more! I understand the Lightworkers of the World.
I love learning. I love sharing. I love getting things done and I can’t wait to help you with your creation!
I offer technology consulting and web development services to clients throughout the world. It’s crazy fun when my clients get excited to have a new website or get some piece of technology to work that didn’t before.
My clients include many amazing service providers!
- Hair Stylists
- Travel Guides
- and more
I love delivering possibilities for my clients related to technology.
If you are right here,
then I know that this is where you are supposed to be.
Here are some beliefs that I’ve claimed as I strive to be the best possible person I can be!
- I believe you are a bright light, that you have something to share with the world to make it a better place.
- I believe you are ready to share more of who you are through your light.
- I believe the world needs what you have to share and I am excited to give you the tools and support you require.
- I believe that we are here on this planet to raise our consciousness, one individual at a time.
- I believe that the little things that we do for ourselves and each other make a BIG difference.
- I believe that everyone is doing the best that they can do with the tools, knowledge and understanding that they have.
- I believe that anything is possible if you are willing to be open to the possibility.
Thank you for being here!
Thank you for shining!
I appreciate you!