In this issue…
- Upcoming Events
- A Word From Rhonda
- Do you have the skills to be an entrepreneur?
- VA Monthly Tips
- Current Industry Trends: Resilience
- Software Pick: Younity
Seven Myths About Selling Your Business
Presenter : John Sloan, Vice Chairman, Allegiance Capital Corporation
When : Wednesday, May 8 at 12 pm ET
Cost : FREE
A word from Rhonda…
Spring is in the air… and I love it now if we could just figure out a way to get rid of these pesky allergies I’d be all set. 🙂 Seriously though I love spring. My birthday is in the spring, the flowers, trees, shrubs, and all things spring back to life and they are so beautiful. In the spring and summer I work shorter days so I can spend time outside and take in the fresh air and sunshine, and spend time with my kiddos and dogs in the good ole outdoors. It’s a time of renewal and I love that feeling.
Do you have the skills to be an entrepreneur?
Starting a business is difficult at best but if you want to succeed as an entrepreneur, there are a few core skills you need to have. The majority of these skills aren’t things that are taught in business school, but skills that need to be honed and refined in the real world. Fortunately, once you develop these skills, they can be applied to just about any venture you embark on.
These are the critical skills every entrepreneur should have.
VA Monthly Tips
Your Health and Wellness Matters
Because your health and wellness are so important to your daily life whether it be in business or in your personal life. I want to utilize this space this month to promote a very dear lady by the name of Geri Sue Sandor. Geri Sue is a fantastic health and wellness coach and is certified in many different areas of health and wellness and received her training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s cutting edge Health Coach Training Program.
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Current Industry Trends: Resilience
According to this article in Forbes, resilience is the new norm just as sustainability was the key term in 2012 they predict resilience will be more prominently used in 2013 and I think they are onto something. Many businesses are looking for more viable and affordable options to stay afoot in today’s marketplace. As a virtual assistant business owner I have seen this trend taking it’s hold through the sheer number of small businesses and entrepreneurs…
Software Pick: Younity
Younity is a new software app that you can download to all your devices and have access to all your devices, all the time. No syncing, no configuration necessary. Just download the apps onto all your devices. You can even use cross platforms and they work seamlessly together. I ran across this article “Younity Makes All Your Files Available Everywhere You Need Them” by Emily Price via Mashable the other day, and wondered how is this so different than Dropbox…