Episode 52 | How She Stays Productive on Social Media with Jenny Suneson

Last week, in episode 51, we learned all about how to maximize our visibility in Facebook groups, while minimizing the amount of time it takes. In this episode, we’re learning how to do the same with social media content that we post on our own channels. My guest today, Jenny Suneson is going to help us make a greater impact with our content. She is the owner of Confetti Social, a social media marketing agency.

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Episode 51 | How She Got Visible Through FB Groups with Jana Osofsky

The online space is so noisy and full of people. That’s why it’s so important to be visible and get noticed. My guest today is Jana Osofsky of Jana O. Media. She is a rockstar Content Manager and Content Systems Strategist. Her VIP services and workflow trainings are for visionary online entrepreneurs and those who support them. Her audience aspires to consistent visibility, but with less hustle and more ease, so that they can attract ideal clients every day with their content and be free to serve them. That’s something we all aspire to! Jana’s visibility plan is rock solid and seeing how she moves through the online space in such a strategic and organic way is awe-inspiring.

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Episode 48 | How She Earns More Through Affiliate Income with Brandi Mowles

In just eleven months, my guest today grew her income from 0 to 6-figures. Brandi Mowles is a Social Media VA turned Facebook Ad and Sales Funnel Strategist. In addition to running the service-based portion of her business, she also helps other service-based businesses scale to 5-figure months, so that they can enjoy the same financial and life freedom that she has.

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Episode 46 | How She Strategized Her Taxes with Amy Bradbury

“Tax Strategy” ugh!  I know that phrase is not the sexiest of conversations in the world for most of us, but my guest today thinks it is and she helps to make taxes and money so much more comfortable for her clients (including me!). Amy Bradbury is my friend and personal CFO. She is the CEO of Empowered Profits, a full-service accounting agency for entrepreneurs and online businesses.

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Episode 45 | How She Grew Into Her Role As A CEO with Sara Christensen

How does someone get really good at being the CEO of their company? They practice...a lot! Sara Christensen is our guest today and brings with her over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience. There’s such a wealth of information in this episode that I seriously can’t even tell you what the real “nuggets” are, you’ll just have to listen to the whole thing. BUT, some of my favorite takeaways include…

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Episode 43 | Season 3 Ask Me Anything Q & A

Can you even believe that we’re already in Season 3 of the How She Did That Podcast? I can’t! This season is dedicated to the virtual support pros who have been in business for a while and are looking for some more advanced strategies in the way of hiring & managing team, selling higher ticket offers, taking some time away from their business, and just fully embodying the role of CEO! I am so excited for all of the amazing women I’ve interviewed for season 3 and I can’t wait for the crazy amounts of awesomeness their going to bring!

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Episode 37 | How She Niched Down with Sharice Enis

Niching down is one of those things that everyone is asking about. It is something that can improve your business all around. My guest today, Sharice Enis, recently niched down into her target market. She is the tech-savvy content creator, strategist, and entrepreneur behind Sharice & Co. She helps coaches, consultants, and service providers turn their knowledge into online courses and more.

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Episode 36 | How She Took a Vacation

When I first started my business, taking a vacation was really hard. When you’re not in your business, you feel like you’re not serving your clients and have to figure out a way to continue working while on vacation to keep them happy. I want to help you figure out what will work best for you to take vacations, so you don’t feel chained to your desk and you have the opportunity to take a break when you need and want to.

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Episode 35 | How She Created Her Client Welcome Packet with Amy Demone

One of the biggest ways to stand out as a Virtual Assistant is through providing new clients with a client welcome packet. We’re going to talk to my guest today, Amy Demone, about the importance of a client welcome packet. She has designed marketing plans, built sales funnels, strategized webinars, acted as a customer service unicorn, created membership websites, and so much more.

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Episode 34 | How She Side Hustles with Stacey Ogden

If you are a teacher, or someone who is building your virtual assistance business and not looking to make it your full-time job, then this is the episode for you. My guest today is Stacey Ogden, founder of Side Hustle Teachers and creator of Side Hustle Summer Camp. Her mission is to help teachers build businesses outside of the classroom, to provide them with financial security, alternative means to support themselves, and a way to follow their passions.

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Episode 33 | How She Found Harmony Between Career & Family with Shannon Miles

When faced with an all too common decision to stay home with her new baby or return to a fast-paced and demanding career that she loved, my guest today knew there had to be a way to have both. Shannon Miles is an advocate for people to have the career and flexibility they crave to keep their priorities in a healthy order. She is the CEO and co-founder of Belay, a staffing company that serves businesses all over the U.S.

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