Jacqueline Howard is a longtime Executive Virtual Assistant and homeschooling mom, so she has some great thoughts regarding working from home and more!
Jacqueline and I talk about working remotely with kids in the home, how to stay connected with your executive while working from home, how to manage multiple executives, and more. Thanks for a great chat, Jacqueline!
Note: In this episode Jacqueline recommends the books Crucial Conversations and 48 Laws of Power.
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Jacqueline is a Pastors wife, Mother of 4 and a Virtual Executive Assistant. She has also homeschooled for the past 10 years and was the director and leader of a classical homeschool community. She currently partners with authors, publishers, and online course creators.
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