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Sherra

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About Sherra

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  • Birthday 09/29/1973

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    http://www.QualityVA.com
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    sherra.scott.qpms

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    South Carolina
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    NFL Football (Go Cowboys!), reading, spending time with my family, my dogs, building my VA business, continually learning

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  1. You never know who you're going to meet that may be looking for JUST the skills you have! One of the sessions is for "If you’re thinking about moving your business into a multi VA design – or you’re there and not sure what you need to do now", so there will probably be at least a handful of VAs who are looking to start outsourcing their overflow, building a team or adding new members to their existing team. Again, don't "push" yourself on people, but just be sure you stand out somehow. And I HIGHLY suggest following up with people you meet after the Summit!
  2. I'll be there with bells on! Here's something I posted to the IVAA group a couple of days ago that those here on VAnetworking who aren't on the IVAAnet may find helpful (or not...whatever). Here goes my “do not forget” list (this is only my 2nd Summit): Do not forget: That you probably will NOT remember everyone you meet, so don’t be super hard on yourself. TRY to take notes if you can during the intro session when we all tell a little about ourselves. Your laptop! Blackberry/iPhone/iPod Touch is great for Tweeting/Facebooking updates during sessions & after hours! (You just
  3. Totally bummed that I missed the party this year. I made it last year and it was a blast, so I'm sure this year's was too. (We need a crying "smiley".)
  4. What's a VES? (Nevermind - virtual event specialist - duh ) I'm just the other side of Columbia. P.S. You need to check the links you have set up for your LinkedIn, Twitter, Skype & Facebook. I think your Skype might be alright, but the others you need to put in the full URL to your profiles for the links to work right.
  5. Yes, and they've even agreed to waive the daily parking fees! YIPEE!!
  6. Are you sure you got the right sidekick in that story? 'Cause I don't know what the heck you're talking about. I don't think I've ever uttered the words "kettle of fish"...
  7. Yep, I'm attending both! I consider them to be both an investment in my business and a nice break!
  8. I'm looking forward to meeting you in person Brent (hair or not)! And there's plenty of time to grow more between now and April.
  9. What can I say Brent, Summit made a huge impression on me! Like they say, the best salesman is a happy customer! And, as you can tell, I had an absolutely crappy time.
  10. See, this is what I get for skipping 2 days of checking the Forum! All I can say, is that if you are even THINKING about going to Summit - don't think, just DO IT! Oh, and just an FYI, this is probably going to be LONG, because, well, ask anyone, when I get to talking about Summit, I just gush! Last year was my first year going to a live VA event, and let me tell ya, I think the only way I could have had a better time is if Brad Pitt were there massaging my feet and staring into my eyes! (Jennifer Anniston issues aside, I think he's pretty "hot" and is doing wonderful things for New Orlea
  11. It's sooo easy to miss things when you're the only set of eyes looking at something. I do it ALL the time. I may think something is absolutely perfect and then go back and read it a couple of weeks (or months) later and see a GLARING mistake! I hate when that happens!
  12. Hi Linda! Here's my suggestion for rearranging the first two paragraphs. (Actually making it 3 paragraphs - Just my suggestion. Also took out an unnecessary "that".) BROOKSVILLE, FL June 22, 2009 -- Most Real Estate Professionals are finding traditional methods of advertising like open houses, yard signs, print ads and mailings are wasting money because they have lost their punch. In this down market, Realtors are facing fewer sales, lower commissions, struggling to get lenders to accept short sale offers or racing to beat the foreclosure clock. Some Realtors are turning to Internet adver
  13. I was going to comment, but Leanne & Denise already said what I was going to say! I look forward to reading your revised PR.
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