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3 Tips To Ensure Success With Your Virtual Assistant thumbnail

If you've invested or are planning to invest some serious time and resources to find your ideal VA, it's time to discuss what you can do to ensure that your relationship with your newly hired VA is a success.  Safe to say, building your team with the right people can be time consuming. Not to mention Read More

How To Hire a Virtual Assistant thumbnail

Congrats! You’ve decided to hire a VA to help out with your blossoming business. Now what? I’m assuming you’ve read my previous two posts (Is It Time to Hire a VA? and 50+ Things You Can Outsource to a Virtual Assistant) and now have a good idea of what tasks you want to delegate. This Read More

50+ Things You Could Outsource to a Virtual Assistant thumbnail

Feel like you have too much to do (or want to do) and not enough time to do it? Last week I shared with you how you can stop hustling so hard by hiring help in your business. I encourage you to think seriously about hiring a virtual assistant (VA). I can testify that it Read More

Beyond Solo: Don’t Do It All Alone thumbnail

At some junction on the road of your freelance journey you’re going to become overwhelmed with all that needs to be done. If you are just starting out, you’ll probably have no choice but to suck it up (unless you’ve got a stash of cash to lean on), put one foot in front of the Read More

Behind the Scenes of Creating an E-course Part 6: The Post Op thumbnail

It’s been awhile since I launched and closed the cart for Stress Less & Impress. I’ve learned many lessons from the whole experience and now I'm running the course again. The last step in creating an ecourse is to do a post mortem. To reflect back, see what worked and what didn’t as a way to Read More

Behind the Scenes of Creating an Ecourse Part 5: The Actual Launch thumbnail

Just over a month ago I launched my first e-course Stress Less & Impress. I figured it was time for an update on what it's like to actually “launch” an e-course as part of this series. This is Part Five of this six part series, if you haven't yet, I'd recommend reading Part One, Part Read More

Behind The Scenes of Creating An E-Course: Part 4: Anatomy of a Sales Page thumbnail

I am not a writer. Yes, I have a couple blogs & websites, and that obviously requires that I write. But I’m not good at it. I started this behind the scenes series, because I wanted to show you that being a freelancer means we have to wear a lot of hats. It’s not just Read More

Behind The Scenes of Creating An E-Course: Part 3: Delivery Options thumbnail

We are on a roll with this e-course building stuff and I’m back again to talk about delivery options. First off, I feel the need to let you know that this is all the stuff I’m working on behind the scenes, but I still haven’t made decisions or major actions on it myself. Why? Fear Read More

Behind The Scenes of Creating an E-course: Part 2: Brain Dump & Outline thumbnail

Brain dump. Don’t you love that phrase? It’s also my favorite part of every project. Why? Because it doesn’t require much effort. It doesn’t need any focus and it doesn’t really need to make sense. (Does that make me sound lazy?) Brain Dumping is simply pulling everything that comes to mind out of your head Read More

Behind The Scenes of Creating an E-course: Part 1: Find Out What Your Readers Need thumbnail

So, I’m creating an e-course. Or an ebook, or an email course. The details aren’t decided yet. But I thought it would be fun for me to show you a little behind the scenes action while I’m in the process and it’s fresh in my mind. I’ve been wanting to start creating some digital products Read More