If April Showers Bring May Flowers, then we’re anticipatin’ a bloomin’ month!
April was of course another great month! 🙂 I just love being busy and being challenged doing the work I love.
We’ve worked on many great projects this month. Updating websites, designing graphics, designing eNewsletters as well as setting up eBlasts and sending them out, designing fliers, designing business cards, letterheads, managing events, managing email, phone calls, paying bills, creating forms for – Medicaid, client intakes, etc. and so much more. We’ve also been working on some internal projects including some things to do with our branding and we’ll have some new content on the website in the near future. So keep your eyes peeled for that.
RVO’s Gmail management training program is OFF to great start and is thus far a HUGE success! Here’s a review from one of our raving fans:
If you would like to learn to manage your Gmail more efficiently as Mariann did click here to learn more. We’ve just received our next shipment of books with a few revision so now is a good time to get in touch. To schedule your one on one training with me email me today at R.Holscher@RhondasVirtualOffice.com.
I’m looking forward to another busy month, and very excited about today. Yes, today as you are reading this, if you opened it when you received it that is, I’m at a powerful networking event for woman business owners, entrepreneurs, and CEO’s. eWomenNetwork is an amazing group and I’ve been a member for a just few short months and I’ve experience phenomenal growth both in my business and personal life. So ladies if you’re reading this, I want to personally invite to attend this amazing group. Please email me to learn more. I promise you won’t regret it. I don’t gain anything by you joining except the full satisfaction that I know that I helped another serious business woman make a difference in her life today. So seriously contact me. They are not just local to me they have chapters practically everywhere.
Now, that the warm weather is here you’ll be catching me working outside more. I’m so thankful to be able to get out and get fresh air without freezing my patootie off. Where do you ALL normally work? Inside/outside, home office/work office, Panera, other … I’d love to hear from you on that one and what types of things do you do to make that work for you?