My name is Ernst Kasteleijn (nickname: Rhyker), and I was born into a generation that grew up with computers. Through 23 years of hands-on experience & certification, I have become a specialist in fixing ANY Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, website, multi-media challenge you will ever encounter. I don't talk in promises or designs, but results. I'm discrete and don't sleep -- literally -- until your problem and challenges are solved.
Tell-a-few is a registered sole proprietorship at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under registration #50401297, and was founded July 15th, 2010 to be an education company. However, due to circumstances at the time, it started out with only providing computer repair & website consultancy in Emmen, NL. We were able to grow very fast into the (inter)national market, due to the most powerful and oldest marketing method on the planet: word-of-mouth advertising. The recommendation of a friend is simply worth more than anything else.
Combined with my premium service at a budget rate the news travelled fast. In May 2011 we got a call from Mr. Kalpesh Patel from London UK to get closer involved into his day-to-day operations & develop the IT infrastructure for his projects. And from there on the word spread fast amongst professional networkers around the planet; Amit Tiwari, Levi Chipuco, Ted Nuyten, Matt Morris, Josie Galang, Nelis van de Wateringen, Anita Vroonland, Scott Ross, are just a few paying their enthusiasm forward, about my IT consultancy services.
But ... was still 'time broke' and although I got paid well, there was also a limit to what I was earning; basically trading time for money; just like a job! With so many topleaders and their opportunities to chose from it took me a while to find the ones I'm most comfortable with.
Thanks to Empower Network (recommended to me by Ted 'Score keeper' Nuyten of BusinessForHome.org in 2012), I can now do what I envisioned two years ago; educating the masses, leaving a legacy, while blogging about IT + my favorite passive income opportunities:
When I'm not blogging? I'm either e-learning, nerding, teaching, traveling the beaches of the world, hanging out with family, friends or team members. What do you do?