I’ve got some no fluff business advice for you today. We’re in a crisis on a global scale. It’s so hard to find an anchor in these times. My guess is you’re one of the following: A bootstrapping freelancer that has a real fear of client work drying up due to the financial climate. Perhaps
Do you ever sometimes just feel like you slam-dunked it? Like you did such a good job and you feel it in your bones? I’ve felt that way many times in my role as a coach to virtual assistants. It’s the best feeling to experience the pure joy of my clients who have absolutely crushed
I’m posed with a lot of questions as a virtual assistant start-up coach. When prospective clients consider working with me they ask me about my process for working with a new client. I’d like to dig into that a bit to share how I work and how my brain works when as a business coach.
I don’t talk all that often about my life and career before I became a freelancer. I got my start in the restaurant industry as a hostess at a posh steakhouse in Denver, Colorado while living there and going to school. When I decided to leave Colorado for New York, I phoned our New York
They say 2020 is the most difficult year we have had as global citizens since – well – a long time. Corona, the American political climate, massive protests around the world against racism, violence, uprisings, and more. This week Google experienced global outages and in fact this year, it will be their 3rd massive global
“Reese, my partner says I’m working all the time but our bank account doesn’t reflect it! I need a better plan, can you help?” I remember when I started as a virtual assistant, I was SO worried about getting my Facebook page set up and having it look ALL profesh. I was worried that my