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Tips for Self Directed Study and Upleveling

I’ve discovered Loom and I have been using it a lot.  I’m a lover of screen flowing and find it a valuable tool for communicating with your team or clients.  Susana at Loom asked for a case study, I declined doing a case study as I feel there are other Loom users that can benefit …

Why Is Launching So Scary?

In one of the Facebook groups I moderate for Virtual Service Providers (VSP), Virtual Assistants and online businesses I asked who hadn’t launched yet and what we could do to help. Then it hit me, I haven’t publicly launched either-yet I’ve been in business over ten years. Yikes. So, I thought this would be a …

Client Celebration

I’m uber excited for all the blessings I have in my life!  I’m going to touch on a touchy subject that I see a lot especially in the photography world-our family and friends do not have to contract us. Yes, this is related to being a virtual service provider as many are virtual service providers …

What Type of Virtual Service Provider Do I Need?

Navigating the world of Virtual Service Providers (virtual assistants, virtual strategist, social media managers, online business managers, content creators etc.) can be a task within itself. There are questions on both sides of the partnership. I thought this would be a good time to have a quick chat about three things to consider when you’re …

5 Ways to Kiss Your Comfort Zone Bye-Bye

Life is busy. What used to be an eight hour work day is now twenty-three hours. Okay, that’s an exaggeration but it sure does look that way. Some people aren’t sleeping because their minds won’t shut down. Shhh, don’t tell anyone but I used to be one of those people. Minds were meant to ‘shut …

3 Important Skills For A Virtual Service Provider

One of the questions posed in a Virtual Assistant group is: What do you think are the 3 most important skills to have as a Virtual Assistant/Entrepreneur? Obviously each person has their own answers, some were communication, competence, great attitude, being proactive, having great time management skills etc. I think they are all great answers! …

Why I Don’t Send A Client Questionnaire

I’ve been exploring the process of onboarding clients with a group of virtual service providers and virtual assistants and the topic of questionnaires came up. Like welcome letters (read that here) I don’t send questionnaires to my clients because I don’t want to increase their to-do list, I want to help them reduce and manage …

10 ways to be Amazing in your Facebook Groups.

I  was  asked to moderate in a Facebook virtual assistant support group. I want to share some of the tips I’ve shared as a Facebook group moderator over the past five years. These are value-adding  ways to enhance your group experience.  Groups with open sharing are for giving value and receiving value. You are an …

Are You Doing Too Much in Onboarding?

I know this will be unpopular. Everyone is busy getting their documents together and their beautiful branding and welcome packages and it looks great! Before I share I want to say there is no right or wrong way to do this, there is only the way that works best for your business model and what …

Four organization tools to enhance time management!

I’m really focusing on a more minimalist approach to a few things in my life and businesses so I’ve completed my Spring cleaning and eliminated some waste in my processes. In a Skype session with a fellow virtual service provider I was asked what tools I use to stay organized and help with time management. …
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