Virtual Assistants from around the globe connect, virtually, for networking, training, mentoring, and workshops over 3 days and 40+ hours.
Jo Saunders interviews OIVAC 2012 presenter Diana Pettie regarding scheduled presentation “Understand & Maximize Your Brain for Performance”, during which Ms. Pettie will share ways to increase ability to make choices, think clearer and improve productivity.
Jo Saunders interviews Kyna Baker regarding her upcoming presentation at OIVAC 2012, on virtual assistants developing leadership skills and how these traits assist in gaining confidence and the ability to interact with business clients.
Francis van Wyk interviews Cindy Greenway on reasons to attend Virtual Assistant Convention, May 17-19, 2012, and her 3 hour workshop on Everything You Need to Get Great Clients – From Scratch.
Francis van Wyk interviews Donna Toothaker on OIVAC 3 hour workshop entitled “Learn to Work in the Value-Based Business Model and Stop Trading Hours for Dollars.
Ms. Toothaker walks attendees through understanding and implementation of the value-based business model, and why implementing it increases profits. Attendees will walk away with a blueprint they can immediately apply to their business.
Lyn Prowse-Bishop conducts a preview interview of Kathie Thomas on the importance of networking for the upcoming Online International Virtual Assistants Convention 2011.
Lyn Prowse-Bishop interviews Felicia Slattery on tools, tips and techniques to use to increase a virtual assistant’s credibility and provide persuasive communication tools that will gain more prospects and clients.
Lyn Prowse-Bishop interviews Donna Toothaker on creating a 6 figure VA business by thinking, acting, working, like the CEO of a corporate business and focusing on core CEO functions.
Lyn Prowse-Bishop interviews Kim Gray on the secrets of running a successful virtual assistant business: time, reserves and planning so they are not flying by the seat of their pants.