Welcome to the 3rd edition of the Carnival of Virtual Assistants. This month weâ€™ve had some great submissions. I am delighted to be your host for this particular session!
Do you know your computer software?
Just how much should a Virtual Assistant know and understand their computer and software? I believe it is really important that we make an effort to know and understand as much as possible about the care of our computers to keep them running at an optimum. If we were dependent on our car to make a living we should know (I believe) how to check the radiator, the oil and know when the disc pads need replacing for the brakes, i.e. we should know the warning signs and when it’s time to get a professional to do what’s needed if we don’t have that knowledge ourselves. And the same applies to our computers. We should know how to do the basics of backing up files, clearing out temp files, managing defrags and other general computing ‘housekeeping’ and other things and also to recognise the warning signs when something isn’t working as it should be.Â And get a professional in if the knowledge of what to do is beyond us.
Enjoy the rest of the posts for this blog carnival below!
Darrell Williams presents Plagiarism in Online Business posted on Right-Hand-Man Virtual Assistant Services â€“ BLOG, saying, â€œPeople won’t want to do business with you if they find out you are an online content thief.â€
Randy Nichols presents Fast Paced Success – Considering a Career in Business posted at Career Advice by Randy, saying, “Whether you have relatives who have entered the field ahead of you or you are simply looking for a field that will always provide you with challenges, careers in business are definitely one way to go!”
Heather McMillan presents Know When to Run – Saying No to Potential Clients!?! posted at Virtual Assistants: Moving Toward Success.
Carole Fogarty presents Is your blogging work space with YOU or against YOU? posted at THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE, saying, “I’d loved to hear your feedback and success stories”
Joy presents Cornell University offers 19 online programs posted at Online College Blog, saying, “If you are looking for a way to increase your knowledge and improve your resume, you may want to consider
Joy Miller presents College credit for life experience posted at Online College Blog, saying, “Many colleges and universities allow you to earn credit for life experience. How this credit is awarded and assigned varies widely by university.”
John W. Furst presents Touch It – Do It – Get More Done posted at E-Biz Booster Blog, saying, “Time Management is crucial and helps tremendously to improve quality of life. Unfortunately most small business owners are sucked up by their business and get stuck.”
Tristan presents How to Power Nap for Optimal Productivity posted at The Synergy Institute, saying, “In this article, Life Coach Tristan Loo, explains how to use a short 20-minute power nap to maximize personal effectiveness, increase productivity, reduce stress, while promoting good health and vitality.”
Joy Miller presents Online degrees from Penn State posted at Online College Blog, saying, “If you are looking for an online college with a stellar reputation, you might want to consider one of
Gustav S presents Top Secrets to Achieve Success, make Money or Whatever you Wish in Life, Part 1 posted at success-is-in-you.com, saying, “Success is in its most part inside of you; do not look for success outside because success is the byproduct of what you are. The more you invest in yourself as a person in order to improve your qualities as a person the more successful you will be.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of virtual assistants using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.