Facebook Live: Virtual Assistant 101 for Beginners
The winds are howling and the snow is blowing here in Northeast Ohio with an expected foot of snow by Sunday morning. Winter has actually been pretty mild this year and this is the first snowstorm we’ve had and I’ve gotta tell you - I’m loving it!
I took a minute (well, more like almost 40 minutes!) today to stop in my new Facebook group to chat about the virtual assistant industry. The group had some great questions - things like business structure, getting started, resume or not and more. Plus I shared a bit of my story. Check it out below.
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.
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