I’m starting a social media campaign this week, #fillouremotionalreserves, and every day I will think of something to do that fills mine. I hope that you will join me in this.
At the risk of jumping on a bandwagon, because it’s being discussed everywhere, governments and companies have been advocating working from home, using virtual services, using Whatsapp and the internet. I find that interesting, because that’s what we in the virtual world have been doing all along.
Regarding the diversification and stretching this unique economic climate demands – I think keeping an open mind will be the only way to survive it.
Even now as we enter the third decade of this millennium, some people are confused about what the virtual industry is, and more specifically (possibly) what THIS virtual provider offers.
I hope it’s really a great one for you. Thing is though, unless you make your planning and change the way you did things last year, nothing’s going to be different.
The Show Must Go On!
This has been a year of ground work for me, both personal and in business. On the personal front, I’ve got to the bottom of some issues. This was a goal I set for myself at the beginning of the
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