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Virtual Team 360 Podcast
25 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
A Partnering With God Subcontract
A discussion about finding subcontractors to work with and having God in your business with Melissa Schultz of Alpha Omega Professional Services. Melissa started her subcontracting business 27 years ago, before most people knew what a virtual subcontractor was. She had just had her first child and decided to use her skillset to work from home. Through the years she added to her portfolio and grew her business to the point where she needed to hire subcontractors herself. In this podcast you will hear Melissa’s story,how prayer helped her decide to hire her first subcontractor, how she finds great subcontractors to work with, and her unique new business as a Breakthrough Coach.
22 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
1099 Guidelines For Subcontracting
Donna Blackwell, Owner of Personalized Bookkeeping and Tax Services, Inc. Donna, has run her bookkeeping and tax service business for 30 years and knows a lot about subcontracting. She not only has clients who use subcontractors, or are subcontractors, but also uses them in her business. In this podcast you will hear us talk about how to distinguish a subcontractor from an employee, when you need a W9 or 1099, why you should never use your social security number as a subcontractor, and what to use instead.
31 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
What I Learned from Shantana Robinson, Founder of MFAD Creative Group
Shantana Robinson, a.k.a. Dr. Bridge Builder is the founder of MFAD Creative Group. A university lecturer, she leverages her 20 years of experience and research-backed knowledge to help businesses fill the gap with project management, social media management and business plan development. Listen in on her interesting take on the different aspects of subcontracting. For more great insights and latest industry news from Shantana, follow her on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. You can also find business opportunities and subcontracting tips on her MFAD page. Could you use another Set of Hands so you can take on More Work? Click here
32 minutes | May 18, 2020
What I Learned from Sandi Evans - Owner of Carter Evans Services
For Sandi, becoming an entrepreneur meant a journey of learning and growing. For more than 7 years, she has been running Carter Evans Services, a paralegal company that offers services in the real estate, corporate and bankruptcy fields. The transition from full-time corporate job to business owner was prompted by her desire to pursue her passion helping attorneys, and wishing to invest more time raising her three kids. She realized there was a need to subcontract services two years after starting her business. You can visit Sandi’s website at http://carterevansservices.com, and engage on her social media. Don’t forget to grab her book on Amazon: Real Bosses Delegate Could you use another Set of Hands so you can take on More Work? Click here
28 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
What I Learned from Janine Gregar, Owner of Your Virtual Dream Team
As a Virtual Assistant myself, it brings me great joy to introduce to my followers a fellow business owner who has turned to subcontracting for successful entrepreneurship. Janine Gregar is a matchmaker for virtual professionals and owner of Your Virtual Dream Team. Her business journey has served as an inspiration for me, and I hope you will find great value in her experiences. Janine started her business almost 15 years ago, determined to work in a more efficient way and to make the time to oversee her pre-teen son’s education. After working in retail and marketing fields in the New York area she found herself at a crossroad, not knowing exactly the field she would want to focus on. She did her homework, researched remote opportunities, and realized she could marry her experience with her desire to help professionals and businesses by becoming a matchmaker for virtual assistants. Her perseverance and wisdom are an example for me. You can learn more about Janine’s business by visiting her website www.yourvirtualdreamteam.com, or by emailing her directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Could you use another Set of Hands so you can take on More Work? Click here
33 minutes | Mar 16, 2020
What I Learned from Brandon Turner - Founder of Procedure Sheets
If there's one thing that I have learned from my many years as a virtual professional is that efficiency is key in remote operations. Founder of Procedure Sheets, Brandon Turner is a model of efficiency. His business concept is centered around productivity, making use of smart tools, and staying highly organized. Brandon helps people build businesses that can run without them - and what business owner wouldn’t want that? A machine that can run smoothly without the constant involvement of the owner. Procedure Sheets creates flowcharts and writes operating procedures that owners duplicate themselves and use to further delegate tasks. Brandon’s team takes video and audio recordings of a business’ process and then transcribes these into procedures. The video allows them to insert the screenshots into the procedures, while the audio allows for messaging directly from the owner or the manager, thus a higher impact when enforcing the procedures. Learn more about Brandon’s business by visiting his website, getsops.com. For online consulting services, also offered by his team, visit buymytimeback.co Could you use another Set of Hands so you can take on More Work? Click here
31 minutes | Feb 17, 2020
What I Learned from Lyssa Wales - Co-founder at Big Picture Podcasting
What impressed me to learn during my interview with Lyssa is her enormous enthusiasm for her profession. This passion, combined with her strong managerial and organizational skills, along with an equal business partner, translates into a successful business: Big Picture Podcasting. Lyssa gained extensive experience as a Virtual Assistant for 10 years, sharing her passion with a full-time job before deciding to fully launch into business. “I decided to focus solely on business about four years ago - and I haven’t looked back. Currently I co-own Big Picture Podcasting. We focus on all things podcast. I created a team, income and this makes me happy,” she says. For more information about Lyssa, remember to visit her website Big Picture Podcasting and engage with her on her social media. Could you use another Set of Hands so you can take on More Work? Click here
28 minutes | Jan 25, 2020
Interview with Laura Spawn - Owner of VirtualVocations.com
With more and more professionals searching for remote job opportunities, turning to a reliable source of information is quite a blessing. And this is precisely what VirtualVocations.com offers. Created a decade ago by Laura Spawn and her brother, the website offers a curated database of telecommute jobs for job seekers, in addition to e-courses and various key resources. Listen to this podcast to learn how Laura's team does the groundwork so you can apply to jobs with confidence. You'll also learn how Virtual Vocations morphed over the years, its story and what to expect when subscribing to this website. Enjoy and remember do provide feedback!
27 minutes | Aug 18, 2019
Brainy Girl Virtual Assistant
An exciting, informative podcast that highlights Kim Garnett, a serial entrepreneur and owner of Brainy Girl Virtual Assistant. Learn from the most experienced, savvy entrepreneurs, gather useful data and apply to your own business. This episode is hosted by virtual business owner Collette Schultz.
45 minutes | Jul 12, 2017
Virtual Team 360 - Trials & Errors In Biz
47 minutes | Jan 3, 2017
Blog Aid: Virual Team 360 003
6 minutes | Jan 3, 2017
Social Media Subcontracting: Virtual Team 360 - 002
Sue L Canfield is a Social Media Consultant and operates Chief Virtual Officer, a social media marketing business primarily for business authors. Sue has been working with social media since 2005. She blogs regularly about how to use social media and consults on best social media practices. She specializes in helping authors create and maintain their online presence. Currently she manages a team of four social media account managers and works with about a dozen clients. Sue is also a mother, enjoys reading, writing poetry, and Ireland. She lives in Rice Lake, Wisconsin with her husband and business partner, Joel.
10 minutes | Jan 3, 2017
Story Behind The Podcast: Virtual Team 360 - 001
I have been listening to podcasts for a very long time. I started with Kelly McCausey, a podcast I believe was called work at home moms (WAHM). Then I listened to the podcast with Denise Griffitts, Your Partner in Success and followed Nicole Dean. At one point I even flirted with the idea of producing my own podcast but quickly dismissed the idea then getting busy with subcontracting projects. My time was turning into profits. Fast forward a few years and once again I began flirting with the idea of creating my own podcast and began researching why virtual assistants and service providers weren’t using a team to turn their own business into profits. In my research I found that there really isn’t another podcast that addresses and educates about this topic. So, I contacted one of the original role models, Denise Griffitts and asked for some coaching. She agreed. That’s how Virtual Team 360 podcast was born. Now that you know a little of the back story, In the first interview, I wanted to share with you why I think going forward with the podcast on the subcontracting concept will be an important tool for team members, virtual service providers and multi-VAs.
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