Top 10 Reasons Why You Are Still Not A Virtual Assistant

I know, I know. I got busy. I got a weekly audio podcast (virtual hugs if you are listening to the show), had almost monthly webinar guestings, aaannnddd of course, got to serve my exceptional clients!

Whatd’ya know, I was able to put these things into already my crazy life. Have you seen these posts lately – as in the past 3 days?

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Top 10 Reasons Why You Are Still Not A Virtual Assistant

 

That’s because I am about to launch a new project. I hope you are as excited as I am!

Do you remember this post on my Facebook Page a few weeks ago?

Survey post for webinar

On August 23, 2016 at 8PM (PH time), I will be hosting a webinar on Top 10 Reasons Why You Are Still Not A Virtual Assistant. I am going to breakdown the reasons that were given to me via comments or private messages on the webinar – and what you can do about them!

Attend this free webinar and find out what is keeping you (or someone you know) from kickstarting your virtual assistant career, and what you can do about it). There will only be 50 slots available for the webinar, so I suggest you sign up now.

Here is the link to the free webinar: http://bit.ly/WebinarTop10Reasons

I hope to see you in the webinar!

Life Lessons from Sir Richard Branson

Life Lessons from Sir Richard Branson

One of the top influential business leaders that I admire is Sir Richard Branson. I knew him previously as the owner of Virgin Companies (Virgin Records, Virgin Airlines, Virgin soda, and get this, Virgin Brides!). I came to know of his success story from the book that Jay McLean released in Australia.

Branson’s success story also consisted of successes and difficulties – and taking everything in stride. He’s a go-getter; he sees an opportunity in every problem that he encounters.

Even in the present age of Internet, I never had the chance to check his interviews on YouTube. Everything that I knew about him were from articles that he wrote, books written about him, and interviews.

Well, was I in luck! In February, Sir Branson launched “Business is an adventure” series in Los Angeles. Joined by some of the city’s most prominent business leaders, Sir Richard Branson will explore how no brainer ideas can rock the world. Best of all, it had live streaming!

Life Lessons from Sir Richard Branson

I feasted with business lessons with my jaw open (at least in the first few minutes that Sir Branson entered the frame).

So yes, I feasted with business lessons with my jaw open (at least in the first few minutes that Sir Branson entered the frame). I was doing my work for my clients while listening to THE Sir Richard Branson! You can watch the video here.

Here are some of the tweets from the event:

Check the rest of the Twitter conversations here.

So what life lessons did I learn from Sir Richard Branson?

1. Remain humble.

As the host started to introduce Sir Branson, he immediately walked to the stage. With a smile, he politely waved to the host to stop the introduction and said “Hello.” Wow. That alone was mind blowing.

2. Share what you know.

The series, though part of it was to promote Virgin, was for new and emerging entrepreneurs. He gathered the successful business owners so start-up entrepreneurs can learn and apply many business lessons. He is very generous.

3. Never stop learning.

During the Case Study portion of the program, three entrepreneurs shared a bit about their business – what was it about, where it is located, and how and who will benefit. Each entrepreneur was given time to ask questions from the panel, including Sir Richard Branson. I saw Sir Branson TAKING DOWN NOTES. You know, pen and paper? He was writing down the important points from each of the featured entrepreneurs. How cool is that?

It’s just such a bummer that his May 25, 2016 event is too expensive. But nevertheless, now I know why Sir Richard Branson is an exceptional business owner.

Life Lessons from Sir Richard Branson

Sir Richard Branson with Sean Rad of Tinder, Cassey Ho of Blogilates, Miguel McKelvey of WeWork, with investor and bestselling author Carol Roth.

Photo credit for featured image: https://youtu.be/qYuJ7iUjXJI

UpWork Uprising

UpWork Uprising

May 4 was supposed to be Star Wars Day. But freelancers, particularly those who have online gigs in UpWork, got the shock of their lives. Effective June 2016, UpWork’s new pricing will take effect.

It resulted into Inside Out emotions – anger, fear, sadness, disgust, and believe me, a few joy.

I compiled few of the many reactions of freelancers and clients alike about what I now call “UpWork Uprising”. I called it UpWork Uprising because clients and freelancers threatened to leave UpWork! That’s how mad people are.

So what do you do with this UpWork Uprising?

Here are my thoughts on this issue:

1. UpWork is not your only way to salvation.

There are other freelancing sites. And if you have your own website, you’re way better off.

Moreover, I suggest that you go to LinkedIn, complete your profile there, and talk to your connections. LinkedIn is the social networking site of the decision makers – CEOs, business owners, HR practitioners, and the likes. Make your presence felt there (and join groups, too!).

2. You are a virtual professional. You should look for long-term clients; not low and fixed projects.

If you think your skills are on the low-rate level, it is time to invest on yourself and learn new skills.

3. If you’re really bent on leaving UpWork, make sure you:

a) have a contract.
b) get a testimonial for your website and LinkedIn.

4. If you are thinking BIG, you would not even budge on the news.

If you are a freelancer who sees his or her online work as a business, you would not be bothered by this news.

If you are a freelancer who believes that he or she is valuable, you would not have sleepless nights because of this.

 

If you want more about what I say to the UpWork Uprising, watch the replay of my Facebook Live on The Joy and Ann Show Facebook Page.

Also, I guested (for the sixth time!) on Jomar Hilario’s recent webinar show on “Upwork’s New Pricing: How To Maximize It For You” with another success student, Yuhanne T. Natividad.

UpWork Uprising

So if you’ll ask me if I joined the revolt, I say I don’t. I would rather spend my time upgrading my skills.

Have you joined the UpWork Uprising? Let me know your thoughts!

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

Here is the story of my adventure of how I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page.

A few months ago, one of my friends asked for my help on Facebook Ads.

Get this: since my Facebook campaign a year ago (as you may have seen on the previous posts), I have not been inside Power Editor. However, without battling an eyelash, I said “Yes”. This happened before I created a new Facebook campaign for myself. (Check out Part 1 and Part 2.)

Her objective for the page was Page Likes – the client wants to have an additional 500 Likes on the Facebook Page with a budget of P1,000.00 (approximately US$22.00). I studied the company and consulted a Facebook Ads Expert friend after that. Then, off I went inside Power Editor.

FIRST, I PROVIDED BETTER AD IMAGES.

My friend mentioned that the Facebook ad image that she uploaded on Power Editor was disapproved. So I checked that first. Upon checking, I realized why the Facebook ad image was disapproved: the image has more than 20% text.

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

So the next thing I did was to look for an image from the Facebook Page so I can use it for the Facebook Ad image. I went to Canva to do the image work.

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

Then, using the Grid Tool, I checked if the ad image would pass the allowed 20% text.

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

Recent reports say that Facebook is already changing the 20% text rule. I liked how Jon Loomer explained the hype. Read his article here.

I did the rest of the Facebook Ad images in Canva for the other ad sets.

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

SECOND, I CHANGED THE AD SETS.

Before I handled the Page Likes Facebook campaign, there was no detailed targeting and the potential audience is over 13 million. That is quite a lot. In these situations, I always remember Seth Godin’s remark, “Everyone is not your customer.”

With the given ad sets that my Facebook Ads Expert friend suggested, I did the following:

  1. Trimmed the Age Reach from 18 to 65 to 18 to 44.
  2. Focused on Women on the Gender section.
  3. Added interests/behaviors on Detailed Targeting

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

After those changes, potential audience went down from 13 million to 70,000. Now that’s more like it!

After setting the budget and other important things like ad placement and optimization and pricing, the campaign was ready.

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

 

Here are the results of the campaign per day.

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

Was I able to reach 500 Likes for the Facebook Page? You bet I did! In fact, the Facebook campaign got more than the expected target Page Likes!

How I got 500 Page Likes for a Facebook Page through better ad images and ad sets

Campaign for Page Likes
Number of campaign days: 11 days
10,032 People Reached
PHP 1.69 cost per result
PHP 1.46 cost per click
4.41% click through rate
PHP 874.48 total amount spent

My friend was happy because 1) the Facebook campaign went awesome, 2) the Facebook Page got more than 500 Likes, and 3) less cost! The campaign spent a total of P 874.48 for a total of 11 days.

For someone who has not been inside Power Editor for close to a year, this was an achievement. That meant I still got the moves!

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

So in my previous post, I told you the story of having an idea on Facebook Campaign Myself and how I did it.

The next question is: what happened to my Facebook campaign?

12 hours after I launched the Facebook Campaign, I saw these results:

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

It was like I saw stars when I saw conversions on the following campaigns:

Campaign Potential Client – Ad Set Australia
Campaign Lead Magnet – Ad Set Freelancing Groups

The Campaign Potential Client – Ad Set Los Angeles, California and Campaign Lead Magnet – Ad Set Website Audience & Facebook Page Likes did not have conversion. So here’s what I did:

Campaign Potential Client – Ad Set Los Angeles, California
I expanded it from one place to a state. The ad set became:
Campaign Potential Client – Ad Set California

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

To further sort, I placed Content Marketing, Social Media and Email Marketing Interests on detailed targeting.

Campaign Lead Magnet – Ad Set Website Audience & Facebook Page Likes
I split these to two, thus becoming:
Campaign Lead Magnet – Ad Set Website Audience
Campaign Lead Magnet – Ad Set Facebook Page Likes

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

After a few more days, here are the results of my campaigns:

Campaign Lead Magnet
Ad Sets: Freelancing Groups, Website Audience and Facebook Page Likes
Number of campaign days: 4 days
742 Conversions
7,327 People Reached
US$ 0.01 per conversion
US$ 10.71 total spent

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

Campaign Potential Clients
Ad Sets: California, USA and Australia
Number of campaign days: 4 days
134 Conversions
1,416 People Reached
US$ 0.08 per conversion
US$ 10.27 total spent

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

I stopped my Facebook Campaign Myself on April 14, 2016 because my budget is only $20.00 for the whole duration. I reached my budget limit two days before my expected target. But look how wonderful the results were!

SO, WHAT DID LEARN FROM MY FACEBOOK CAMPAIGN STORY?

ONE, HAVING A CLEAR SET OF AVATAR WORKS.
I indeed hit two birds with one stone with my Facebook ad campaign target audience or avatar. Here’s why:

  1. I would like to test if my audience is interested with my lead magnet. Moreover, I shared with them a social media skill that could help them on their virtual career (in case they would love to be in the social media marketing niche).
  2. I would like to show potential clients that I can create a blog post (content), present a skill on social media, and run Facebook ads about it. That means I can be the exceptional go-to person they are looking for.

TWO, I KNEW I WAS ABLE TO RUN FACEBOOK ADS WITH HIGH WEBSITE CLICKS (LOWER COST PER CLICK).
This means I can reach as many audiences for less.

THREE, INDEED, FACEBOOK ADS HAS LEVERAGED THE WAY WE ADVERTISE.
Take a look at the image below. The screenshot was given to me by my Facebook Ad Expert friend. An OnlineJobs.Ph ad on the right column was also there.

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

The difference between OnlineJobs.Ph and me was the former is a freelancing site. It’s bigger than me because it is a company. But with Facebook ads, I was able to have my advertisement side by side with big companies. This means even YOU can do this.

FOURTH, HAVING A FRIEND WHO SUPPORTS YOU IS CRITICAL TO YOUR SUCCESS.
If you remember on my previous post, I was skeptic on the idea. I would not even have thought of that if I did not have a friend who told me to do it! Having someone whom you can throw ideas and back gives you new perspective.

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

The Facebook Campaign Myself idea came from Niña Mendoza. (Photo courtesy of Ryan and Niña Mendoza)

Moreover, some friends sent me a private message immediately after trying to subscribe to my mailing list. They told me about the error on my Active Campaign optin in the website. (Thank you, too, Kath Calagui, Heartie Queen Tamayo and Anna Maliwat!)

Truth be told, you will not only get by with a little help from your friends. They will bring you to where you want to go.

JUST ONE MORE FACE PALM. AND I HOPE YOU WILL LEARN FROM THIS.

You see, the conversions on my campaigns were based on the View Content Facebook Pixel.

Well, sure, I got email sign ups for the lead magnet test. Moreover, based on the Facebook campaign data, there were a lot of people who were interested about social media (my content and the lead magnet).

Unfortunately, for the potential clients, I did not create a landing page where they could send me their email or they could send me further inquiry. Heck, I could have booked a client (or clients) by now. Nevertheless, I have no regrets. I know I am going to be more exceptional in the future because of the face palms that I did today.

And that, my friends (and potential clients) is the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad.

Now that the Facebook Campaign Myself idea was executed, I am thinking: what if I run the same ads on LinkedIn?

How I saw my own Facebook ad [Part 2] PLUS my takeaways

What if I run the same ads on LinkedIn?

I’ll let you know. 🙂

Special thanks to Niña Lauren S. Mendoza, the Facebook Ad Expert that I’m talking about the last two posts. She has an upcoming Facebook Ads Program. If you want to know more, visit her website or her Facebook Page.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

A week ago, I posted these statuses on my Facebook Page and personal Facebook account.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

Honestly, no, I was not that surprised. Why? Because I really ran a Facebook campaign for one of my blog posts.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad.

In one of my mastermind sessions with my Facebook Ad Expert friend early this year, (what I meant of early was January 15, 2016 – yes, 15 days to 2016 and we are already wrecking our brains out), she mentioned about me running a Facebook Ad campaign about myself.

It was incredulous, really. Why would I do that? Why would somebody do that?

My friend made me realize this: if I create a Facebook ad campaign of myself, I would be able to show potential clients three things:

One, I could run Facebook ads (how thought-provoking).
Two, I could show my skills in social media marketing.
Three, I could show my skills in content marketing.

The idea made me excited. But I was still wondering how I could do it.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

A screenshot of our chat conversation.

While thinking of how to execute it, I prepared this website by publishing more blog posts (I hope they are of help to you!), creating a lead magnet, and placing an optin.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

 

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

 

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

Almost three months passed, and the Facebook Campaign Myself idea was still on the clouds. I again saw myself in another mastermind session with my friend. We ended our session with these action plans:

One, I will create a content based on a social media skill.
Two, I will run Facebook ad campaigns to 1) test my lead magnet and 2) let potential clients see me (and then eventually contact me to hire me).

ONE, I CREATED A CONTENT BASED ON A SOCIAL MEDIA SKILL.

I re-purposed a webinar presentation and made it ready for the blog post. I also dug on Canva for some visuals as proof of previous work that I did.

The result was this blog.

TWO, I RAN FACEBOOK AD CAMPAIGNS.

Given my blog post on a social media skill, my lead magnet became relevant. That means after someone reads my blog post, they can learn more by subscribing to my list and downloading a social media checklist.

With that connection, I would be able to test my lead magnet to check if people would get it. Thus, my Facebook Campaign Myself – Campaign 1 is lead magnet. I created two ad sets for freelancing groups and my website audience plus Facebook Page Likes.

And so I created my Facebook ad campaigns with the goal of website conversions at US$2.00 a day budget.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

 

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

Now, remember the idea during our first mastermind session this year? I told myself that I would like to hit two birds with one stone. So the Facebook Campaign Myself – Campaign 2 was set for potential clients. I created two ad sets for Los Angeles, California and Australia.

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

 

Here’s the story of how I saw my own Facebook ad

I could not contain my excitement! After setting up the rest of the campaign, I scheduled it to run on April 11, 2016 at 9PM. I was aiming to finish the campaign on April 16, 2016.

If you are asking if I was able to sleep that night, well, not immediately. It took me a few twists and turns on my bed before finally sleeping.
But you bet I was grinning from ear to ear as I called it a night.

WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? Well, you have to wait for the next post to find out more.

Ask AEVA: Don't you miss your officemates

Ask AEVA: Don’t you miss your office mates?

A former office mate (and still a friend) asked me a question via Facebook Messenger.

Don’t you miss your office mates?

See my response in my screenshot (together with the comments that I got from other virtual assistant friends).

Ask AEVA: Don't you miss your officemates

Don’t you miss your officemates? My answer: Sometimes yes. Most of the time no.

Now, before you glare at me and scream “How ungrateful!”, “What a loner!”, or worse, “Mewling quim!” , let me explain.

As you saw by now in my response, I said, “Sometimes yes. Most of the time no.”

Let’s break it down:

SOMETIMES YES.

I forged working relationships with the best mentors. I am forever grateful for their wonderful lessons that they gave to me.

I met exceptional people who became my friends until now. I am happy for their successes. And I hope they are happy for me, too.

I miss spending time with them. That’s why I try my best to catch up stories with them in any way possible.

MOST OF THE TIME NO.

I do not miss the times that I had to deal with toxic people. They are present in any office.

I do not miss the times when I had to be pitted or compared with someone else because that’s not the way it was supposed to be.

I do not miss the times when I heard office politics news because there was nothing else to talk about.

I’d rather be alone than be with others who sulk in sour graping and endure office politics. Honestly, there’s gotta be more to life than that.

 

I hope I set things straight and clear.

Cut yourself some slack

Cut yourself some slack.

Recently, I talked to another virtual professional and a good friend. As we were about to end our conversation, we talked about being busy with many things.

My friend has highly satisfied clients, expertise on chosen niche, and is able to reach monthly income goal. Seriously, my friend can ask for the moon.

However, sometimes, my friend feels there is just too much of everything.

Guess what, I feel the same way, too.

Before you switch to other posts, please get this: my friend and I are not complaining.

A few years back, we used to dream of becoming a person who works from home.

Now, I get to wake up without the worries of being stuck in traffic or having conversations with people who criticized me as if they knew me from
Adam. These are just two of the many experiences I have now. Believe me, I will not trade it for anything else (ohhkkayy, maybe an island of my own with unlimited Internet access will be an interesting offer).

Then came the thought. I told my friend, “I think we should cut ourselves some slack and let loose.”

I think we got too happy with our accomplishments yet we forgot to celebrate it.

Cut yourself some slack

A few years back, I used to dream of becoming a person who works from home.

Instead of saying just, “Yay!” I thought of, “Yay! I need to focus on being exceptional at this! I mean, I am too crazy to lose this!”

Instead of basking in the sun even for a few minutes, I say to myself, “I’ll finish this so I can see the stars instead.” Later on, I realized I never saw even the slightest of clouds nor the brightest stars.

That about-to-wind-down conversation was an early wakeup call.

Cut yourself some slack

One of the posts that my friend sent me via Facebook. Still waiting for the baked things.

We are all running towards big and small successes every day. Cutting ourselves some slack and let loose means, we need to run on our comfortable pace.

Because sometimes, when we think someone is chasing us, there is really none.

I tried locating the source of the two visual caption images through Google Images. But a lot has used the images, I could not find the original creator! If you know who created the images, please notify me so I can credit them formally.

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

In social media, the most engaging posts (that is, the one that gets interactions such as likes, retweets, shares and comments) are the ones with visuals.

I have been fortunate to learn this as a social media manager. Indeed, a social media post with visuals gets more attention than a post with just text.

Last year, I was fortunate to teach 7 visual ideas that will increase social media engagement in one of Jomar Hilario’s Monday Webinars. The 7 visual ideas were taught by Marcus Ho, a best-selling author and Director of Social Metric, a digital marketing agency in Singapore. You may check out his Social Media Examiner article about the 7 visual ideas here.

Since learning the visual ideas, I have used them for other clients. Here are some of them:

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

 

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

 

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

I have also used the visual ideas for my own brand. You may have seen some of them in my blog posts and in the Home Page. Here are some more that I created in Canva:

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

 

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

 

10 Visual Ideas That Will Increase Your Social Engagement

This time around, I decided to add three more visual ideas to create a list of 10. I added the three based on the articles that I have read and observations on social engagement behavior.

As a challenge to you, you may want to choose 4 or 5 out of the 10 visual ideas that I mentioned. Create your own version of your chosen visual ideas and post them on your social media or make your own blog post like this!

 

 

I hope these visual ideas will help virtual assistants who are specializing in social media, as well as clients as they continue to converse with their audience in their chosen social network.

 

>> ARE YOU A PROMISING SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER? Subscribe to my email list and get a FREE Social Media Manager’s Checklist.

>>>>> ARE YOU A BUSINESS OWNER WHO NEEDS HELP IN SOCIAL MEDIA? Let’s talk. Email me at annexceptionalva@gmail.com.

I just shed a tear on live Internet

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

Believe me when I say that I am always grateful to my mentor, Jomar Hilario, every time he is giving me an opportunity to share my virtual professional journey.

Recently, I shared to the participants of his latest Ask Me Anything Marathon Webinar how I prepared our house, bedroom and family for my virtual career. Looking back, it was an exceptional journey. It never occurred to me that I would be able to experience preparing for my virtual career journey, let alone sharing it. I used to hear other virtual professionals prepared their house, bedroom and family for my virtual career.

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

This is one of the teaser posters for the marathon webinar.

 

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

Another one.

 

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

Aaannnddd another one.

Everything went on smoothly during my audio test with Isabelle Cuenco (one of Jomar’s virtual professionals) days before the webinar. However, nothing prepared me for the live webinar.

I think some of the webinar attendees forgot what my topic was about and remembered just one person: my Papa.

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

This is my father on my first Snapchat post of him.

I shared with the webinar participants some stories about my father, with the objective of allowing family members to know a little bit about what a virtual professional does (and bond with them as well).

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

Keep only the things (and people, if I may add) that spark joy.

Judging with the responses that Jomar released from his recent blog, a few shed a tear on my story. Here they are:

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

A screenshot of some of the responses from the webinar. I got this from Jomar’s email newsletter.

Eventually, as one of the participants shared why she cried, I (gasped!) found myself having a lump on my throat and water in my eyes.

Oh. My. God. Am I about to make myself cry?

And as you guessed it, I shed a tear of live Internet.

And as Jomar said, “Success leaves tracks.” So I guess the crying moment goes with that, too.

Not complaining, by the way.

I just shed a tear on live Internet.

Success leaves tracks.

Do you want to watch the whole Ask Me Anything Marathon Webinar? Nath Reyes and Anna Termulo also shared exceptional tips! Click here.

Jomar Hilario’s “How to Start Your Virtual Career Seminar”, the LIVE version, is on April 9, 2016! I heard it’s ALMOST FULL! Quick and save yourself a seat here: http://virtualcareersbook.com/seminar/

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