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  1. Please mark your calendars now for a workshop coming this spring! A "Spring Fling" Workshop for Business Support Practitioners and Virtual Assistants will be co-hosted by New England Business Services Association and Western New England Business Support Services on Saturday, April 24, 2004 in the Springfield, Massachusetts / Enfield, Connecticut area. The workshop will feature speakers and breakout sessions. Suggested topics (subject to change) are: [*]How to Prepare Projects for Print [*]Beyond Computing 101 [*]Optimize Your Business Website [*]New Features of Microsoft Office 2003 [*]Pricing Your Services[/List]The workshop is open to all business support practitioners and virtual assistants who live or plan to be in the New England area on Saturday, April 24, 2004. More information will be provided as details unfold.
  2. More details have unfolded: Get your business "blooming" with Success this spring! You are cordially invited to join your virtual assistant and business support service colleagues from the greater New England area at the Annual Spring Business Workshop. This first-time event is co-sponsored by Western New England Business Support Services and New England Business Services Association. When: Saturday, April 24 2004 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Where: Double Tree Hotel at Bradley International Airport, 16 Ella Grasso Turnpike (Route 75), Windsor Locks, CT 06096 (www.doubletree.com) For agenda, list of facilitators and registration form, visit www.wnebss.org/workshop.htm. Whether your business is in its first stages—or you are a well-established entrepreneur—there will be abundant, energizing topics and ideas for optimizing your business success. Best wishes for your continued SUCCESS!
  3. Thank you very much for allowing me to post this workshop announcement here and on the VANF calendar. There is nothing like meeting folks "just like us" in person to swap ideas, collaborate, tell stories, educate and learn. I always try to encourage new VA's to attend at least one event a year -- be it the New England Spring Fling, IAVOA Conference, IVAA Summit or Connection, NEBSA Conference, or quarterly VA gathering. I know I'm forgetting key ones and apologize. There are so many to choose from. If none are near you, organize one yourself. You'll be energized and will make a lot of lasting friendships in the process.
  4. Please mark your calendars now for a workshop coming this spring! A "Spring Fling" Workshop for Business Support Practitioners and Virtual Assistants will be co-hosted by New England Business Services Association and Western New England Business Support Services on Saturday, April 24, 2004 in the Springfield, Massachusetts / Enfield, Connecticut (USA) area. The workshop will feature speakers and breakout sessions. Suggested topics (subject to change) are: How to Prepare Projects for Print Beyond Computing 101 Optimize Your Business Website New Features of Microsoft Office 2003 Pricing Your Services The workshop is open to all business support practitioners and virtual assistants who live or plan to be in the New England area on Saturday, April 24, 2004. More information will be provided as details unfold.
  5. Well, you sure are a smart cookie! Thanks for the link!
  6. Very nice! Now I have to check the archives to see how Tawnya (now you) handle distribution. I'm so impressed! Btw, I, too, am a big fan of PrintingForLess.com. They do excellent work and are reasonably priced.
  7. Naomi, Great job on Elaine Neil Orr's website! I bet you had fun doing it. You certainly seem to be a naturally talented web designer! If this is the kind of stuff you are producing right off the bat, I can't wait to see what you do next! Good for you! A bit off topic, one of my clients was a missionary in the 1960's for a "kingdom" in Africa. Boy, does he tell some interesting stories! Just last night, my husband and I watched "Other Side of Heaven" -- a movie based on memoirs written by John Groberg, a farm kid from Idaho Falls, who crosses an ocean to become a missionary in the remote and exotic Tongan islands during the 1950's. It's a wonderful, feel-good Disney movie.
  8. Though I'm new to the board, I want to welcome you too Diana. It's nice to see a familiar face!
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