Why I Do What I Do

I’ve been in your shoes. I’m a published author, I’ve been a speaker, and still love to teach and train. I wore a lot of hats and I used to try to be a “superwoman” but reality kicked in. The more I tried to juggle all of those hats by myself, the more I realized that nothing was happening, and nothing was happening fast. I needed to get some help or make some different choices.

Even though I’ve been an independent worker since 2004, it wasn’t until just before the pandemic hit that I started preferring the “behind the scenes” kind of work. In a way, becoming a Virtual Assistant was forced because we were all stuck in the house, and I needed something to do. What I didn’t realize was how much I would enjoy just sitting at my computer and smashing out projects back to back. It was so satisfying and made me feel so accomplished that it completely changed the trajectory of my life. I actually took the skills I’d excelled in for years during my corporate life and brought them to my home office. 

I’m now living my best life, helping people that I enjoy working with and doing the things I love the most. My greatest joy is when I get to help people like you get things done, and I wouldn’t trade any parts of what I do now for anything in the world.

How I Can Assist You as Your Personal Virtual Assistant


I stick with the things that I enjoy most. Building websites is one of my favorite tasks because I get to be creative. We will work together to ensure that you have the kind of website that represents you best. There are several different types of websites, especially for businesses, and you can check out my portfolio to get an idea of the types of sites I build.


Being a "successful" network marketer is not about how fast you can rank up. It's about how many people you can bring along with you.


There are Pro's and Con's in Network Marketing

A Few Pro's

  • You are your own boss
  • You can work from anywhere
  • You determine your pay
  • You have amazing tax benefits
  • There are no educational requirements
  • Low start-up costs to start a business

A Few Con's

  • You have to be able to work independently
  • You have to be willing to stick for the long haul
  • You have to work with people who know how to win
  • What do you know how to do well?
  • What curriculum have you developed?
  • What process have you followed that lead to success?

A Small Part of What Will You Learn

About Writing

About Publishing

About Monetization