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Celia Daniels

Professional Cat Cushion Content Writer

Team Member Since 11/29/2021

TOP WORK STRENGTHS: I believe my workplace strengths include my self-management skills, diligence, and my words-per-minute writing speed.

MY FAVORITE THINGS: Writing, playing video games, and cooking/baking.

Celia Daniels is a Content Writer for Hennessy Digital. After graduating from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and then from the University of Toledo with a Master of Arts in English Language and Literature, Celia assumed that writing would play a not insignificant role in her professional life. What hours she didn’t spend in class she dedicated to freelance content creation, first taking jobs off of Craigslist before moving onto traditional agency work. After moving back to Bloomington, IN, Celia proceeded to draft legal content for law firms throughout the United States.

In her free time, Celia continues to give herself writer’s cramp by writing for fun. She has works published with Entropy, F(r)iction, and Timeless Tales, among other literary journals. Her cat, Achilles, also thoroughly enjoys interrupting her work days.

On my bucket list:

Visit Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and see a blue whale.

Favorite food of all time:

Chocolate

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My #1 HD Core Principle

Never Stop Learning - This guiding principle encourages consistent personal development and growth from one's mistakes. The principle emphasizes the company's desire for all staff members to continue growing their skillsets, both for the benefit of clients and for our own success.

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My Fav Inspirational Speech

"It is necessary to write, if the days are not to slip emptily by. How else, indeed, to clap the net over the butterfly of the moment? For the moment passes, it is forgotten; the mood is gone; life itself is gone. That is where the writer scores over his fellows: he catches the changes of his mind on the hop." - Vita Sackville-West

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