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Trivinia on Superhuman Entrepreneur

Every now and then I’m invited to be a guest on various podcasts and online radio shows. This is something I love about where I am in my business. First, I love being asked to just talk about what I know – which happens to be what I’m passionate about: removing the overwhelm.

Also, I love getting to share with new audiences and unpack exactly what we do at Priority VA. Nothing makes me want to give myself a high-five (one downside to working from home – not many people to high-five…) quite like the responses I hear from people who have had their eyes opened to a whole new world on how to run their business.

Virtual Assistants aren’t new to the business world, but some entrepreneurs are hearing about what we do for the very first time. And they LOVE it!

Being both an entrepreneur and a VA myself, I’ve been given a unique perspective into the workings of how a VA not only assists clients, but impacts business in a transformative and positive way. I love sharing the ins and outs of Priority VA’s unique structure, and showcasing the character and skill-sets our VAs possess.

I was thrilled when Dr. Jones invited me to be his guest on Superhuman Entrepreneurs. Our missions are the same in that we want to help entrepreneurs reach their full potential, materialize their dreams and goals, and work smarter – not harder.

Dr. Jones and I covered so many bases. Tune in to learn more about:

  • Selecting the RIGHT Virtual Assistant
  • Technology and Techniques to Increase Productivity
  • SCRUM
  • How to Get the Most Out of a VA
  • Top Things to Outsource to a VA

You can catch the full episode and all the show notes and resource links on the podcast page here!

Sidepreneurs Podcast with Trivinia Barber

Recently, I had the privilege of appearing on the Sidepreneurs.com podcast, interviewed by Shawn Manaher.

I love what I do and was honored to share my lessons learned, the reasons behind my passion, and how I make what I do work for other entrepreneurs. I could share the mission and vision of Priority VA all day every day, but for Shawn and his listeners’ sake, I kept it to around 25 minutes. You’re welcome.

You can view the wonderfully detailed and organized show notes on the podcast page, but I want to reiterate one answer I gave Shawn during his “Hot Seat” segment. Shawn essentially asked why I do what I do. My answer?

I want to help as many people as I can gain freedom. 

I truly believe God has laid this path before me, and I not only help entrepreneurs or work-at-home moms gain freedom from their mundane, but I help them gain freedom to do the things they love, by utilizing the talents they’ve been gifted.

Please give a listen (by clicking the link above) and share the ways this episode may have influenced your thinking in planning your business goals!

If you’d like me to help you grow your business by utilizing a VA, contact me to get the conversation started.