Virtual Live Workshop

Wednesday, October 21, 2020  11:00am - 12:30pm Pacific

Everything You Need to Know to 
Prepare for and Hire a Virtual Assistant

 
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When your physical or mental space is too cluttered, you can often get distracted easily, lose focus and momentum on projects, or suffer from shiny object syndrome. Can you relate?

What stops you from moving forward and getting the help you need is clarity.

If you’ve been contemplating getting help to take those projects and repeating tasks off your plate so you can focus on your Zone of Genius work -- then this session is for you!

This is a special co-facilitated on-line workshop - conversation style - with Janina Goldberg and Rachael Davila. 

In this interactive and productive virtual session, you will walk away with:
  • A high-level categorized list of tasks that you have been spending time on or thinking about doing
  • A filter to help you identify what makes sense for you to keep doing and what someone else could do for you
  • Clarity on the different types of assistants and guidelines for which ones to hire for what
  • How to work with a Virtual Assistant most efficiently and effectively
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About the speakers

Janina Goldberg  With top strengths of Connectedness, Positivity, Includer and Developer, Janina has been operating in her Zone of Genius her whole life in a variety of settings including 20+ years as Business Operations Support Manager at Pfizer and 7+ years as Mindset & Process Strategist and Accountability Coach. Janina easily identifies redundancies, gaps, efficiencies, and stream-lining for maximum ease in execution bringing a fresh perspective which allows for planning and high productivity on a path of least resistance.  Learn more at: http://www.janinagoldberg.com/

 

 

 

 

Rachael Davila is the highly trained owner of Extra Hands! Virtual Assistance. She works in partnership with other business owners as a Virtual Assistant and Project Consultant. Her specialty is working with overwhelmed visionaries who need a pair of extra hands to get from concept to execution. She is a celebrated graduate of The Virtual Training Program at AssistU as well as a two-time nominee for the “VA of the Year” award from AssistU. Partnering with a Virtual Assistant (VA) is like having a Stage Manager for your business.  Handing over the administration work could get you those (20) extra hours (or more!) every month.  If you find yourself unable to find the time to do everything that needs to be done, much less the things you love, a VA could be a great solution for you!  Learn more at: http://rachaeldavila.com/