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Life of Chloe Raye
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My name is Chloe Raye. I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs on both sides. All of these businesses were family business, which means I started working very early. Growing up and working at these businesses allowed me to be able to learn people skills at a very early age. With my Mom's side having an entertainment business and my dads side having an online marketing agency, I was constantly surrounded by family who made it their job to take care of the needs of others, like our customers. 

I started by working for my grandparents family fun center. It was a lot like a Chuck E. Cheese's, but only bigger and better. So you can imagine how fun it was working there as a kid. But I knew that I didn't want to work there forever, like some of the rest of my family. I saw the business struggle more and more over the years as the internet was booming, and I saw them struggling to keep up like a lot of businesses around that time and even now.

Despite it being the largest arcade in town and dominated. They still struggled because the internet changed so much. As it did for so many businesses. Everything they tried to get the business out there seemed to only work a little bit. They were never getting the results that they wanted after going from marketer to marketer and spending thousands of dollars. 
My marketing career actually started when I was working for my dads' online marketing agency at the age of 10, as a video spokesperson. Have you ever seen those sites where a video spokesperson would walk out on the website and introduce the company? Well, that was the type of videos I did as a kid. I would do my thing in front of the green screen and then after editing you would see me walking out onto peoples websites. I had the opportunity to represent businesses like Old folks homes, Dog groomers, Remodeling Companies, AC Companies, and even Funeral Homes. It was awesome to see how many businesses liked their story being told from a kids perspective. 

During this period I got to work with all of the spokespeople in our local areas like news anchors and reporters. I was surrounded by exceptional talent. Spokespeople who are professionals in their industries. I learned so much from these people on how to represent businesses the right way. Because like everyone has heard before, it's not what you say it's how you say it, and when you learn how to say the right things the right way, it's very powerful.
Along with working for my family, at the age of 9 I started training guide dogs for the blind by socializing them into the community and their surroundings. Shortly after that I switched over and started training service dogs for medical purposes for a nonprofit organization where I lived in Boise Idaho. I trained dogs for all kinds of things. Diabetic Alerting, Hypoglycemia Alerting, Seizure Alerting, Basic Mobility, PTSD, all kinds of things. 

This was a 24-hour job. I had a dog assigned to me that was next to me 24/7. They went everywhere with me. School, Work, Doctors, Grocery Store, Movies. Basically everywhere I went, the dog went with me. So these dogs were like people to me. I honestly feel like I learned more from them than I did most people growing up. So they were super special. 
The picture directly to the right shows the first service dog assigned to me to train. He is a bull mastiff named Magnum. I got him as a puppy, but of course, he turned into a 150-pound Gentle Giant. The most gentle dog you would ever meet. But he went everywhere with me. Just imagine a 9 or 10-year-old girl in the 5th grade walking around the class and then trying to fit this massive dog under those tiny desks. Lol. Well, that was me.

Magnum was trained for PTSD and mobility. It took two years to complete his training and then he was placed with a wonderful veteran named Phil. Phil became magnums new person. But before magnum came along, Phil had severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from his time in the military. He had young kids and he couldn’t go anywhere with them. Not baseball games, family outings, nothing. Even going to the grocery store was too much for him.
Now here's the awesome part of the story. After magnum came into this guys life he was able to do all the things that he wasn't able to do before. He could go out with his family. He could go to his kids' games and school events. He could go hang out with his buddies. He was able to have all of that freedom because he had magnum by his side. Magnum also helped him with his mobility issues. So If he ever felt unbalanced like he was going to fall. He could tell magnum to brace and magnum would brace himself so Phil could rest his weight on him. Or if Phil fell, Magnum would be able to get underneath him and lift him up off the ground. So magnum was a LIFESAVER for this man and his family. 

Unfortunately, Magnum passed away a little over a year ago. I didn't get to see him since I finished his training and he was placed with Phil years ago. But I know that magnum died a HERO. 

People used to ask me all the time if it was hard to give up a dog after spending every day training the dog for years. And honestly YES! It was HARD. I mean it's so easy for them to become part of your family and for me to have this strong connection with them after spending so much time together. So yes, It is hard. But it is so completely and utterly worth it. Because I knew that this dog is going to someone in need. Someone who needs him more than me.

From that experience I learned that when you get super passionate and involved in something, especially something that is bigger than you, the hard things aren’t really that hard. Even clear back when I was in the fifth grade I knew that the purpose for what I was doing with these dogs was bigger than the process it took to take care of them. It was bigger than ME. Of course there was some embarrassing moment along the way. If the dog accidentally pooped or peed where it wasn't supposed to. Especially on the few occasions it happened in class or in stores. It was a little embarrassing, but that stuff didn't matter to me. I’d just clean it up and move on. Cause I understood the bigger picture. 

The bigger picture was training these dogs to help people. I tell this story because the journey and the things it takes to reach our goals may not be all that glorified and sometimes maybe even embarrassing. But if your passionate about what you're doing, it doesn't matter. Because you are focused on the bigger goal. 
Magnum With His Partner Phil
 First Pic Of Magnum With His Forever Family
Now at the same time I was training dogs, I went from being a spokesperson in front of the camera to learning how to do all the shooting and editing that is done behind the camera. And actually went on to a career as a videographer where I worked with thousands of businesses all across the country doing videos in the form of documentaries, testimonials, and product demonstrations. I've even done aerial videography and underwater videography for some clients. 

And it is something I will always have in my toolbox as a skill and I still love doing it, but this is where another one of my passions started flourishing. At the same time I was doing videography, I was also learning everything that I could in regards to social marketing and what It takes to be successful with it through ads, funnels, proper communication, break even offers. Stuff like that. Everything that it would take to properly promote a business and support that customer experience so they can be turned into a buyer. And as you probably guessed. I learned and practiced and ended up becoming pretty dang good at it. Again because I made it my mission. Just like I had done with everything else up to this point. 

So when I started learning about all things marketing, I made it my mission to find the best ways for businesses to market themselves and get themselves out there without having to go into debt to do it. Cause we shouldn't have to do that. So I started my own agency. And since, I have been successfully helping small and medium-sized businesses all around the country with their marketing.

I’ve always been a student, a helper, and a teacher. That's what I've done all my life.
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My name is Chloe Raye. I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs on both sides. All of these businesses were family business, which means I started working very early. Growing up and working at these businesses allowed me to be able to learn people skills at a very early age. With my Mom's side having an entertainment business and my dads side having an online marketing agency, I was constantly surrounded by family who made it their job to take care of the needs of others, like our customers.
I started by working for my grandparents family fun center. It was a lot like a Chuck E. Cheese's, but only bigger and better. So you can imagine how fun it was working there as a kid. But I knew that I didn't want to work there forever, like some of the rest of my family. I saw the business struggle more and more over the years as the internet was booming, and I saw them struggling to keep up like a lot of businesses around that time and even now.

Despite it being the largest arcade in town and dominated. They still struggled because the internet changed so much. As it did for so many businesses. Everything they tried to get the business out there seemed to only work a little bit. They were never getting the results that they wanted after going from marketer to marketer and spending thousands of dollars. 
My marketing career actually started when I was working for my dads' online marketing agency at the age of 10, as a video spokesperson. Have you ever seen those sites where a video spokesperson would walk out on the website and introduce the company? Well, that was the type of videos I did as a kid. I would do my thing in front of the green screen and then after editing you would see me walking out onto peoples websites. I had the opportunity to represent businesses like Old folks homes, Dog groomers, Remodeling Companies, AC Companies, and even Funeral Homes. It was awesome to see how many businesses liked their story being told from a kids perspective. 
During this period I got to work with all of the spokespeople in our local areas like news anchors and reporters. I was surrounded by exceptional talent. Spokespeople who are professionals in their industries. I learned so much from these people on how to represent businesses the right way. Because like everyone has heard before, it's not what you say it's how you say it, and when you learn how to say the right things the right way, it's very powerful.
Along with working for my family, at the age of 9 I started training guide dogs for the blind by socializing them into the community and their surroundings. Shortly after that I switched over and started training service dogs for medical purposes for a nonprofit organization where I lived in Boise Idaho. I trained dogs for all kinds of things. Diabetic Alerting, Hypoglycemia Alerting, Seizure Alerting, Basic Mobility, PTSD, all kinds of things.
This was a 24-hour job. I had a dog assigned to me that was next to me 24/7. They went everywhere with me. School, Work, Doctors, Grocery Store, Movies. Basically everywhere I went, the dog went with me. So these dogs were like people to me. I honestly feel like I learned more from them than I did most people growing up. So they were super special. 
The picture directly above shows the first service dog assigned to me to train. He is a bull mastiff named Magnum. I got him as a puppy, but of course, he turned into a 150-pound Gentle Giant. The most gentle dog you would ever meet. But he went everywhere with me. Just imagine a 9 or 10-year-old girl in the 5th grade walking around the class and then trying to fit this massive dog under those tiny desks. Lol. Well, that was me.
Magnum was trained for PTSD and mobility. It took two years to complete his training and then he was placed with a wonderful veteran named Phil. Phil became magnums new person. But before magnum came along, Phil had severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from his time in the military. He had young kids and he couldn’t go anywhere with them. Not baseball games, family outings, nothing. Even going to the grocery store was too much for him.
Magnum With His Partner Phil
Now here's the awesome part of the story. After magnum came into this guys life he was able to do all the things that he wasn't able to do before. He could go out with his family. He could go to his kids' games and school events. He could go hang out with his buddies. He was able to have all of that freedom because he had magnum by his side. Magnum also helped him with his mobility issues. So If he ever felt unbalanced like he was going to fall. He could tell magnum to brace and magnum would brace himself so Phil could rest his weight on him. Or if Phil fell, Magnum would be able to get underneath him and lift him up off the ground. So magnum was a LIFESAVER for this man and his family. 
 First Pic Of Magnum With His Forever Family
Unfortunately, Magnum passed away a little over a year ago. I didn't get to see him since I finished his training and he was placed with Phil years ago. But I know that magnum died a HERO. 

People used to ask me all the time if it was hard to give up a dog after spending every day training the dog for years. And honestly YES! It was HARD. I mean it's so easy for them to become part of your family and for me to have this strong connection with them after spending so much time together. So yes, It is hard. But it is so completely and utterly worth it. Because I knew that this dog is going to someone in need. Someone who needs him more than me.

From that experience I learned that when you get super passionate and involved in something, especially something that is bigger than you, the hard things aren’t really that hard. Even clear back when I was in the fifth grade I knew that the purpose for what I was doing with these dogs was bigger than the process it took to take care of them. It was bigger than ME. Of course there was some embarrassing moment along the way. If the dog accidentally pooped or peed where it wasn't supposed to. Especially on the few occasions it happened in class or in stores. It was a little embarrassing, but that stuff didn't matter to me. I’d just clean it up and move on. Cause I understood the bigger picture. 

The bigger picture was training these dogs to help people. I tell this story because the journey and the things it takes to reach our goals may not be all that glorified and sometimes maybe even embarrassing. But if your passionate about what you're doing, it doesn't matter. Because you are focused on the bigger goal. 
Now at the same time I was training dogs, I went from being a spokesperson in front of the camera to learning how to do all the shooting and editing that is done behind the camera. And actually went on to a career as a videographer where I worked with thousands of businesses all across the country doing videos in the form of documentaries, testimonials, and product demonstrations. I've even done aerial videography and underwater videography for some clients.
And it is something I will always have in my toolbox as a skill and I still love doing it, but this is where another one of my passions started flourishing. At the same time I was doing videography, I was also learning everything that I could in regards to social marketing and what It takes to be successful with it through ads, funnels, proper communication, break even offers. Stuff like that. Everything that it would take to properly promote a business and support that customer experience so they can be turned into a buyer. And as you probably guessed. I learned and practiced and ended up becoming pretty dang good at it. Again because I made it my mission. Just like I had done with everything else up to this point. 
So when I started learning about all things marketing, I made it my mission to find the best ways for businesses to market themselves and get themselves out there without having to go into debt to do it. Cause we shouldn't have to do that. So I started my own agency. And since, I have been successfully helping small and medium-sized businesses all around the country with their marketing.

I’ve always been a student, a helper, and a teacher. That's what I've done all my life.