Thursday, April 17, 2014

Authors and Virtual Assistants Are Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

There isn't author out there who doesn't want more time in his or her day. Kelly Johnson will identify and demonstrate how in the Eagle session on May 1st at the Author U Extravaganza in Stage Right: It’s the Virtual Assistant … Add Time to Your Day Doing the Work You Love and Deal with the Overwhelm Factor. 

Whether you just started your business or have been a business owner for years, chances are one of the main reasons you started your business was to create a better balance between your personal and professional life.  You probably also had a passion for the service or products you offer and wanted to focus on working with your ideal clients.



View and listen as Kelly shares


Working with a virtual assistant helps to support both of those reasons! Get ready to get these questions answered:
  • What is a Virtual Assistant?
  • When should you start working with a Virtual Assistant?
  • What are tasks I may delegate to a Virtual Assistant?
  • How do I find a Virtual Assistant, and what aspects should I consider in working with a Virtual Assistant?
  • Demo of “cool tools” that you can use to make your professional life easier–and maybe even have some fun!
Peanut Butter and Jelly ... great on toast, great in a sandwich, and great for the author who needs some help!
Kelly Johnson is a Certified Professional Virtual Assistant and works with authors to manage technical, creative, and administrative projects for their businesses and books.
Her areas of expertise focus on technical projects and online resources. She’s an article writing coach, conducts blog and website maintenance, knows how to implement an online shopping cart strategy, and is the owner of Cornerstone Virtual Assistance.
She can be reached at KJohnson@CornerStoneVA.com and her website is www.CornerStoneVA.com.