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    Episode 31: How to Hire Your First VA with Trivinia Barber

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    When Should You Hire Your First VA?

    In this special episode, it’s my honor to have Trivinia Barber on the show. Trivinia is the Founder and CEO of Priority VA and someone I’ve known for a while now. She’s a walking entrepreneur-resource and always delivers value and whit.

    Today, she’s providing some excellent insights into hiring your first VA!

    Why is this important for your business?

    New entrepreneurs have juggle it all … customer service, content creation, website development, social media management, marketing, etc, etc But the truth is, you shouldn’t do everything solo for too long.

    “How do I outsource?”  is a question I get from my clients all the time. So if you’re launching your business or growing your online programs, I’m guessing you’re asking the same thing!

    Learning how to outsource certain aspects of your business can sometimes be the difference between success and failure. At the very least, not outsourcing some aspects of your business will lead to much slower growth.

    What can you expect in this Episode? 

    Trivinia provides trusted advice for when you should hire your first VA, what to outsource to them, and how to work with them successfully. You won’t want to miss this.

    And don’t forget to check out Trivinia’s free gift for you, The Top 5 Ways a VA Can Increase Your Revenue!

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    Resources Mentioned:

    Priority VA

    The Top 5 Ways a VA Can Increase Your Revenue




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