Accolades: 2016 CRA Nominations

2016 AssistU VA of the Year nomination

In January, I agreed to assist with AssistU's Annual Homecoming celebration in Reston, VA next month. I am thrilled to be helping with it!! Homecoming is something I have looked forward to since joining the AssistU Community as a VA in 2011. Each year in September, we get together to learn and … [Read more...]

Worthy: My 50 Desires

Nancy Levin - Worthy

Today, my amazing client Nancy Levin has officially released her third book, Worthy - Boost Your Self-Worth to Grow Your Net Worth. In early 2015, I was blessed to receive an advanced version of the book to assist her in the work that needed to be done to birth it out into the world. I also opted … [Read more...]

Remembering Those Who Gave All

Remembering Those Who Gave All

Originally called 'Decoration Day,' our United States Memorial Day serves as a day of remembrance of the military service members who died in defense of freedom. The entire month of May is filled with days of remembrance and honor of those who serve and have served. It is a busy month for me within … [Read more...]

Persevere, Pray, and Move Forward

Persevere, Pray, and Move Forward

On January 11, I shared with you that I was submitting my application for the CMVA designation at AssistU. And, the process was, as I said in that blog, an immense deal. AssistU awards this certification to those graduates who have already shown proficiency in over 50 core competencies by earning … [Read more...]

Welcome to National Military Appreciation Month

National Military Appreciation Month

Welcome to National Military Appreciation Month. Will you join me in supporting and honoring those who serve? Every year U.S. citizens are encouraged to observe the month of May in a symbol of unity, to honor the current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces, including those who have died … [Read more...]

Working in Paradise – Island Style

Working in Paradise

Earlier this month I managed a five-day client event in St. Lucia. I know. Right? The sun was warm (okay, hot), the salt air was (as always) amazing, and I found time to pray and get quiet with God, even though I was extremely busy at work during each of the days and many of the … [Read more...]

Start by Jon Acuff Book Review

Start by Jon Acuff

In January, for AssistU's UVA Book Club, we read Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average and Do Work that Matters by Jon Acuff. I really enjoyed it and wanted to share it with you. I actually listened to Jon Acuff read it, on Audible, which added to the wit. He's a sharp and funny guy, and … [Read more...]

Finding Balance as a Female Solopreneur

Finding Balance as a Female Solopreneur

I am working hard on balance. A challenge to say the least. I am actually using 2 coaching processes right now, diligently, to build it into my day-to-day life. I seem to let myself be the first thing to slide. It appears that despite the increased number of female entrepreneurs, especially in … [Read more...]

My Calendaring Process

Calendaring

So… I have this process with my calendar. Well, If I am honest, I have many processes with my calendarS (yes, plural), but I have this main one that I will talk about now. Before I do, I want to say a few things about calendaring. I learned part of my current way of calendaring from Anastacia … [Read more...]

Song For Someone – U2

Songs of Innocence - U2

Driving from Norfolk back to Michigan, a U2 song I had not heard before came on the radio. I was madly in love with it the moment I heard it. I immediately purchased the album, Songs of Innocence. The song was "Song for Someone". I was a raving U2 fan in high school and college. While I still … [Read more...]