Another year has passed for Trusty Oak, and we are amazed at the growth we have seen and the fun we've had! We're grateful to our clients who have partnered with our incredible virtual assistants to end a great year three. Check out the stats on our growth over the last year!
Last week, I had the opportunity to visit our five virtual assistants in Boise, Idaho and not only did I come home with a heart so full, I also took back with me some valuable leadership lessons worth sharing
I want to thank all of the participants in our recent non-profit marketing strategy giveaway – we had a lot of fun with this contest and appreciate those that nominated and voted for community non-profits across the country. A special 'thank you' is due to Sonya Macatee, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas volunteer and scholarship donor who nominated BGC. Thank you, Sonya, for giving us the opportunity to support such a wonderful organization.
See the official final vote counts here.
It has been our experience that the biggest factor business owners consider in deciding to hire someone to support operational and administrative tasks of business all comes down to one important word:
Trusty Oak virtual assistant, Elisabeth Chin (formerly Elisabeth Kelso – very recently married!) had the opportunity to sit down with "coworkers" at her co-working space, Trailhead Boise in Boise, Idaho. If you are curious to know what motivates a member of our team to become a virtual assistant, read on!
As we head into the holiday season, business is picking up and we are looking for new assistants to join our team!
Whether you’ve ended up on our website because you are overwhelmed, overworked, or just overheard someone say “virtual assistant” and want to know what the fuss is about, we’re glad you are here.