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I was recently asked by some of the members of my Slack group about my experience hiring and working with a virtual assistant (VA). Working with a VA is something I’m still fairly new to so I’m by no means an expert on the subject but here are my thoughts and tips on the experience so far.
Asking yourself thought-provoking questions can be a great way of dealing with internal conflict and finding happiness.
Every day we get bombarded by emails, ideas and incoming work requests. Some of these things may be worth your time but most of it probably isn’t. The trouble is that we’re social animals and love to please people. This is why we so often say ‘Yes’ to things we really shouldn’t be doing.
Over the last few years of writing this blog and recording my podcast, I’ve repeated myself more than a few times.
In this post, I’d like to consolidate all the most common advice I seem to keep repeating into one place. I’ve included lots of links below in case you’d like to learn more about any of these ideas.
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In this post, I’d like to talk about some of my favourite products and the gear I use on a daily basis.
Before I get into the list, I’ll start by saying that I try to be a very responsible consumer. In other words, I think carefully before I make a purchase and ask myself, “Do I really need this?”. I also like to purchase things that have a long life-span that I’ll get a lot of use out of.
On the podcast this week I talk to Megan Yelaney who is a business coach and host of the Pretty Awkward Entrepreneur Podcast. I really enjoyed this interview and took away so many actionable tips of things I need to do or improve.