Networking, even virtually, can be a terrifying idea. Networking as a Virtual Assistant is vital to the success of your business. Maybe because of your personality or because you are simply new to it. Either way, you do not have to be a smooth operator or an extroverted go-getter to be successful; all you need are the right strategies.
Are you going to be a Virtual Assistant specializing in a specific skill set and only perform duties related to those skills? Will you specialize in an industry? Will you work from home or be available on-site? These are just a few of the questions you may ask yourself when starting.
In this episode, we talk to a guest with more than 25 years of experience in the field. She lends her expertise to every aspect of being an outstanding Virtual Assistant and encourages future Virtual Assistants to reach out. As Rosanna says, “Network, network, network!”
Rosanna Pelton is the owner of ROSAPEL and a provider of professional administrative services for over 25 years. Having over 25 years as a senior administrative professional, Rosanna is able to expertly anticipate the needs of her clients, enabling a less stressful and productive environment for all. Based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, ROSAPEL is recognized by many small business owners as a valuable part of their extended team. She is an entrepreneur who trains and coaches the team of associates at ROSAPEL, ensuring they are ready to provide on-site and off-site professional administrative services.
This podcast is about “fun learning.” Our host, Megan Chase, has always loved learning and talking to people. The goal was to bring in different industry professionals and just have a conversation. This is an aim to answer questions commonly asked to these professionals.
Listen to the We Have Answers Podcast if you want to learn a thing or two without the boring framework of a lecture. You will hear our host and the guests laugh, joke around, and have fun. All of this while they discuss various topics surrounding different industries.