Treat Your Own Business Like It’s Your Client What I Learned This Week from Working as a VA

treat your own business like it's your clientI can’t yet call myself a seasoned pro at the virtual assisting game. But I decided to borrow an idea from someone else and give it a try.

Every week I’ll bring you an insight into the lesson I learned in my profession. I hope each of these will offer you some perspective and help you to conquer your struggles in building your online business. more Treat Your Own Business Like It’s Your Client What I Learned This Week from Working as a VA

Grammarly: An Honest Review and Giveaway

Not since I reviewed Gina Horkey’s course, 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success for The Write Life, have I reviewed another product. I’m doing it again because someone could benefit from using the service.

I’m going to share my experiences with using the service. Not only will you get a look into what I liked and disliked, there’s a free premium membership up for grabs. Ya feeling lucky? more “Grammarly: An Honest Review and Giveaway”

My January and February 2016 Income Reports Kicking Butt and Taking Names

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You may have noticed I’ve been rather ghostly lately. Please rest assured I’m okay. I suffered a few personal setbacks last month. Believe it or not, they actually worked to sharpen my focus and keep me on track toward my financial goals. Doors opened up for me that wouldn’t have otherwise done so. Some might call it luck. I choose to believe that I’ve learned enough in my journey thus far to have brought about the best possible results I could have given that situation.

Just like in my last income report, I’m happy with my results. I’ll break them down for you for each month. Then, I’ll end with February’s numbers and my hopes as I move onward into March. more My January and February 2016 Income Reports Kicking Butt and Taking Names

The Cancer Week

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I’ve been away since the start of 2016 because I’ve suffered a few health setbacks, and also because I’ve been pretty busy working on my new ebook.

A few thoughts brought me back today. One of which was the death of my father-in-law. He was 54 when he passed shortly after undergoing heart surgery on December 20, 2009. Why the sudden need to remember him? I’m not exactly sure. For one thing, my ex-husband began staying with me a week-or-so ago. Quite naturally, we began talking all about his dad and what I went through in the process of taking care of the man.

I loved him as if he were my own father. I felt for this man more than I felt for my biological family. For seven years I took care of him. Now, I find myself in the strange position of missing him. more “The Cancer Week”

2016: Make Goals, Not Resolutions

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Here it is! I won’t keep you waiting for this post any longer!

On Christmas Eve, I wrote a post centered around the holiday. It briefly touched on what I’m about to discuss with you today.

I’m so ready to get The New Year under way. I’ve made lots and lots of goals for this new year, and I’m excited to share them with you. more “2016: Make Goals, Not Resolutions”

Christmas and Forward

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There’s so much to celebrate and be grateful for this Christmas. I may not be rich in material things, but I have a firm sense of direction, one I haven’t had since I was a student at Texas A&M.

Knowing where I’m going means more to me than anything I could ever hope to buy. Thanks to Gina Horkey, I have a plan for my life and for expanding my business. more “Christmas and Forward”