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VirtualAssistantNetworking.com's Teleseminar to Help Business Owners Identify Their Success Stumbling Blocks

Author and motivational business speaker Barbara "Don't Make Me Slap You" Grassey to discuss the five common mistakes made by small business owners

TACOMA WA, March 1, 2008--What are the conscious and subconscious acts that limit the ability to succeed in business and in life?

Barbara Grassey, author of "Don’t Make Me Slap You," will be presenting "Small Business: No Place for Sissies" at a complimentary teleseminar on Thursday, March 20th, 2008 at 8 pm EST. The teleseminar is being hosted by the Virtual Assistance Chamber of Commerce.

During the teleseminar, Barbara will cover five common mistakes made by small businesses. A former stand up comic, her brash, in-your-face style wraps the hard realities of business in humor to soften the blow.

"We are the biggest stumbling blocks to our own success. I show people how to stop making excuses, and start taking charge of their lives and their businesses."

Some of the topics that will be covered in the one-hour teleseminar are:

* Signing your own permission slip
* Fear as your traveling companion (because Thelma and Louise are already taken)
* Following is for sheep
* Modeling–it's not just for anorexics anymore
* Why your clients' success depends on your success
* Controlling your end result.

Barbara preaches that you can’t be timid.

"Your clients' success is directly dependent on your success. You owe it to your clients to fully commit to your business and take the lead in your industry. You owe it to yourself to lead the life you want."
CALENDAR LISTING

WHAT: "Small Business: No Place for Sissies"

SPEAKER: Barbara Grassey of "Don't Make Me Slap You"

DATE: Thursday, March 20, 2008

TIME: 5pm PST / 6pm MST / 7pm CST / 8pm EST

DURATION: 60 minutes

COST: FREE!

TO REGISTER: http://www.virtualassistantnetworking.com/teleseminar.htm

Contact: Danielle Keister
Email: thevacoc@hotmail.com
Phone: 888.648.0566
PO Box 7101
Tacoma, WA 98417

ABOUT THE VACOC: The Virtual Assistance Chamber of Commerce is a professional association dedicated to helping Virtual Assistants and their clients grow smarter, more successful businesses, and providing business owners with free tools and resources to connect with qualified Virtual Assistant professionals. Anyone interested in learning more about Virtual Assistance and its professional providers is encouraged to visit the VACOC at http://www.virtualassistantnetworking.com

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