Archive for April, 2007
We still haven’t decided on the entire content layout for this blog—particularly for the left-hand column; until we get to where we think we’re going, we hope you enjoy the disorganization with us.
In the meantime, check back often; we like to see you!
Jewels of Life: Believe
There’s still time to register before the May 17 start date for the 2nd Annual OIVAC. Learn from some of the best in timely sessions planned by Convention organizers. Click to the OIVAC Convention Web site for details, and to choose your sessions.
Thursday, May 17 — Saturday, May 19, 2007.
If you hurry now, you can get a front seat to one of the easiest and neatest ways to meet up with Virtual Assistants and other small businesses around the world. At the same time, you’ll have an opportunity to learn about new opportunities available to the VA Industry.
Running back and forth across the Web, answering questions about the VA Industry, Sharon Williams, Chairperson of the
Alliance for Virtual Businesses, leaves clues to a scavenger hunt for anyone interested, and in general just kicks off the fun to the Second Annual Online International Virtual Assistants Convention.
Sharon, we’ve got questions to turn into clues; we want to know:
1. How has the VA Industry evolved since you’ve been a VA?
2. Are the obstacles you encountered when you started your business similar to or different from those that new VAs now run into?
3. How do you see the Industry 5 years from now?
4. If you had it to do over, what, if anything, would you do differently?
5. If someone contacts you because they want to be a VA, what three things would you advise them to do first? And why?
6. The OIVAC is an online venture. What new developments and/or technologies are available to make the experience rewarding for attendees?
7. How can someone register for the Convention?
Follow along as we take you on our journey to all things virtual. Then click to Konceptuality to learn more about us and get details of the Services we provide ^^, (or for the link in our “Jewels of Life” section just over there to your left), for a “teaser” about the Convention.
Here’s a hint–Sharon’s leaving clues all over the place designed to solve a puzzle–well, at some of the VA Blog sites anyway. When you leave here, you may just want to jump over to OIVAC to register and get in on the rest of the fun for the “Online International Virtual Assistants Convention”.
We hope to see you there.
Jewels of Life: Believe