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Uncategorized Sydni Craig-Hart on 04 May 2009

A Great Media Opportunity For New Virtual Assistants

I received this email this morning and wanted to share it as it may provide some exposure for your business.

NOTE: Please do not contact me about this directly as I am merely passing this information along.

Summary: Women Starting a New Business

Name: Lahle Wolfe

Category: Business & Finance

Email: guide.womeninbusiness@about.com

Title: Columnist for About.com

Media Outlet: About.com Women in Business

Specific Geographic Region: N

Region: Global

Deadline: 06:05pm PACIFIC – 15 May

Query: I am looking for three women who are interested in starting, or just now
starting their own businesses (in business less than 6 months). Strong
preference for women who have not owned their own businesses before.
Each month, I will feature an article discussing your challenges,
progress, and successes and solicit readers for strategies and encouraging
ideas. Think along the lines of “Reality Women in Business.” only nice.
The goal is to help encourage other women to start their own businesses —
not to shame someone for trying. About.com’s WIB main readership is
comprised of United States business women, but I will consider any woman
entrepreneur with an interesting personal or business story anywhere in the
world. MUST be willing to let me follow your business and share your
story for up to one year on a monthly basis. No compensation is
offered. No adult-industry, illegal, or gimmicky businesses will be
featured. YOU MUST HAVE A WEBSITE LAUNCHED BEFORE YOUR STORY CAN BE FEATURED. Due to a high volume of mail received, please be patient for a reply – but I will respond to all reasonable inquiries.

Uncategorized Sydni Craig-Hart on 04 May 2009

Virtual Assistant Success Quote of the Week

“The art of positive choices helps you to create the life you want. Positive choices help you to discover what truly makes you happy and realign your priorities. Life is a series of additions and subtractions. You control the calculator.”

~ Gail McMeekin