Your VA is your greatest asset: An Interview with Trivinia Barber
If you’ve spent any time in the world of online business, you’ve probably heard the term “VA.” A VA, or Virtual Assistant, can be your greatest asset. And like any investment, the relationship requires care and planning.
In this interview, one of my favorite ladies on the planet, Trivinia Barber, pulls back the curtain and shares everything we need to know about how to make the most of our relationship with our VA.
Trivinia is a qualified expert in the field: she is a VA (to none other than Amy Porterfield), she has a VA, and she manages a team of VAs in her own business, Priority VA. (Quick, say “VA” one more time!)
Being completely awesome, Trivinia holds nothing back. She educates us on:
Audience-Building, Online Business, and Community: An Interview with Jeff Goins
Dreaming of going from blogger-obscurity to thriving online business owner? Then don’t miss this awesome interview with online business maven, Jeff Goins.
Four years ago, Jeff hoped to attract an audience of 250 readers, and was hesitant about spending $50 on his business. Today, he’s not only a bestselling author, but is also the creator of 3 successful online courses that have changed the lives of thousands.
In our time together, Jeff shares his perspective on:
Want to know how to crack the code and break into your Dream Job? Author, coach, soul-igniter and truth-teller, Kary Oberbrunner, (www.karyoberbrunner.com) wants to show you how!
Kary has found the way to break out of the “Day Job” and into the “Dream Job,” and has built an entire business around helping you do the same. He’s here to debunk myths about overnight success, and teach you how to think instead.
Oh, and did I mention that he wants to help you get your book published?
Yeah, that too!
My talk with him was more like an hour of free business coaching than an interview! You definitely want to cash in on this time with a pro, and learn about:
How to set your prices and determine your “compensation value.”
How to approach partnerships or supporting roles with other business influencers.
How to avoid overload by abandoning perfection, and delegating-out.
And, most importantly, how to become an author, and get your book published!
(There’s so much more, I can’t give it all away here!)
Oh, and it was a barrel of laughs, too! So watch-away below, and have a belly-laugh with us!
It was kinda funny, actually – those silly automatic faucets had been giving all of us a hard way to go that morning (those things drive me nuts). Amy was over there trying to get the thing to work and asking Raubi (who I also met there in the bathroom) if there was a trick.
Is your business putting you at risk of losing (more than) everything?
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in all my years in business, it’s that risk is real. And if you’re in business, any business, then you are at risk. In fact, you may be at risk of losing more than everything.
You listen to all the experts, and build up that heart-centered, profit-machine business you’ve always dreamed of. You’re finally there: wealth, impact, freedom . . . out of the rat race, and into the life of your dreams (in fact, you may even be working from your laptop on the beach. Extra-dreamy.)
Have you ever heard the expression: “perfection is the enemy”?
I’ve heard it . . . and I disagree.
I happen to love perfection. I believe that perfection is beautiful. But then again, I see perfection differently than most people.
I believe that perfection is both relative, and contextual. And I think that it is really a measure of a formula. I’m going to give you the formula . . . in just a sec. (Keep reading. There’s a secret down there, too.)