Every month we do an exclusive “Fire Side Chat” with our Elite Mastermind Tribe, Fire Nation Elite.
It’s a pretty common question we get asked here at EntrepreneurOnFire, and for good reason.
John got his start by attending a conference. If it weren’t for Blog World 2012, then he wouldn’t have been able to secure his first guests for EntrepreneurOnFire, like Pat Flynn, Derek Halpern and Adam Baker.
November 2014 Income At-A-Glance
Gross Income for November: $307,504.50
Total Expenses for November: $88,883
Total Net Profit for November: $218,621.50
Difference b/t Nov & Oct: + $35,701.56
A few months ago I was sitting at my desk, clacking away on my Mac. This particular morning wasn’t too different from any other morning, I suppose. I was working on writing an article, hopping around the Internet making my usual stops on my favorite industry blogs and online magazines…
It was only 9:04am, but man, it was shaping up to be a busy day!
When I first joined the EntrepreneurOnFire team, I was way excited about building our email list. You know how I knew? I actually went into our AWeber account and checked the box to receive notifications when someone signed up.
Have you ever thought about the steps you can take to improve your knowledge and expertise in order to become a better leader within your company, within your industry, or within your community?
Becoming a better leader is a hot topic for good reason.
Have you ever had a job that was in some way, shape or form unfulfilling? You know that dread of going into work because you just know that a, b and c are about to happen?
Maybe your manager drives you up the wall – throwing tasks at you left and right, but never really taking the time to explain anything to you. Then afterwards, they come to you and tell you that you did it wrong. Okay… Back to the blind drawing board!
In our first post on hiring your virtual assistant we walked through every step of the process, including where you can go to find a virtual assistant, what the interview process is like, and finally, how to feel confident in selecting your top candidate.
This second post in our 3-post series is going to talk about bringing your virtual assistant on board, deciding which tasks you’re going to delegate to them, and finally, going through the training process.