Last night was New Year’s Eve.
The days of going out and celebrating the new year coming in are long gone.
I spent part of the evening having a nice chat with one of my readers.
And although we were separated by a whole lot of miles, we truly connected.
She told me her dreams and desires.
And I bet her dreams are a lot like yours:
You want to work from home as a virtual assistant.
You don’t know where to start.
You don’t have a lot of money to learn something new.
You need and want to start right away.
Friends, I heard her. And not only did I hear her, I felt what she was saying.
Because I was there once. And I haven’t gotten too big for my britches where I forgot.
All that was left was to do the recordings.
And let me tell you, her words struck a chord with me. She needed me to finish this puppy.
This free training isn’t just a project for me.
It’s a lifeline for some.
So I got my butt up this morning and recorded all 9 modules. And if you listen to it, it’s not perfect. There are um’s and ok’s throughout. But guess what?
I’m not perfect. Far from it.
But you don’t want perfect, do you? You want to learn how to work from home as a virtual assistant.
And you don’t want to spend a lot of money doing it.
Well, the training is ready if you are.
Here’s what one person had to say about the free training:
What an amazing blessing to see someone give from their heart!! You will love the FREE training as much as I do!! Regina has great compassion and understanding for others!! She is always available to answer any questions even with her busy schedule. I couldn’t ask for a better coach. TJ Jensen
All you have to do is sign up below and you’ll be directed to the new free training.
I won’t keep you any longer. Go ahead, sign up for the training and I hope it’s helpful to you in your journey.
Until next time!
Regina is the blogger behind Live+Work by Faith. Her passion is to encourage, educate and inspire women who want to use their gifts to work from home. When she's not working at the local ministry as a volunteer coordinator, blogging or tinkering with Squarespace, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching "Downton Abbey" to the point that it irritates her boys and people-watching from her front porch.