definitely my most frequently asked question: how do you do it all?
well, i don’t! my house is a mess, we eat really basic foods, i don’t craft as much as i’d like to (translation: at all), and i ask for help.
a couple years back i was talking to my friend, jeannett, about how i needed some help with my business, someone to help control my email disaster, coordinate giveaways, and manage my advertisers. turns out, jeannett ended up filling my void and in turn that decision allowed my business to grow!
we always joked about what her title was: administrative assistant, business associate, business manager, the-girl-that-does-all-the-things-i-don’t-want-to-do. but in the real world, her title was “virtual assistant”, because in reality she was able to do all her work virtually, from her own home or wherever she wanted.
jeannett was so good at her job that she practically wrote the book on it. oh wait – she actually did write the book on it! just a couple weeks ago she released her first e-book called hire blog help. and it is a great book!
now, if you know me at all, i am not a reader. blog and magazines maybe, but no books for me. i try, but i fail. however, i read this whole book straight through without stopping. not even for chocolate. it was that good!
so who needs this book? possibly you? do you blog for business? not just do you have a business and a blog, like me, but do you make money from your blog? are you overwhelmed by your to-do list? are there never enough hours in the day? hiring someone to work virtually for you may be your solution!
this book is also great for those of you who are interested in becoming a virtual assistant. never thought about it before? well, think about a job where you set your own hours, you can work from home (or a coffee shop, or wherever), and you can use your great organizational and customer service skills. this book is chock full of helpful tips for those who’d like to be a VA!
so Click here to visit Hire Blog Help.“>click here and get your e-book from jeannett. its amazing. and i’m biased. but it really is great!
not only did she include tidbits from me, but also from some serious power hitters in the blog-business world:
Lisa Leonard, Lisa Leonard Designs
Tsh Oxenreider, Simple Mom Media
Leigh Ann Keffer & Kyla Roma, Freckled Nest
Maggie Whitley, Gussy Sews
Lisa Morosky, The Home Life [and Me]
Toni, TomKat Studios