In this episode, Trivinia Barber (CEO of Priority VA, and former assistant to Michael Hyatt and Amy Porterfield) shares advice on working remotely, running a company of VAs, and much more.
Trivinia and I talk about the dehumanizing interactions assistants can have, building a culture with virtual team members, how to say no in a kind and professional way, how to find clients, what her company looks for in assistants, and whether or not VAs should specialize or be generalists.
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If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.
– African Proverb
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Trivinia Barber is a straight shooter who uses her talents to help entrepreneurs maximize their time by effectively outsourcing. Founder of the staffing company Priority VA, host of the Diary of a Doer Podcast and a mom of four, Trivinia has mastered delegation and teaches others how to achieve success without doing it all alone.
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