I’ve been using virtual assistants for several years. Today, virtual assistants are a big part of the reason why I can maintain what people consider a very high output (in the past two years - in addition to running an innovation consultancy - I founded a children’s entrepreneurship program, published two books, launched a podcast that as of writing is 187 episodes strong and still maintain a solid social life, daily fitness routine, have ample time to learn and maintain interests outside of work - my team will tell you I’m rarely in the office past 7pm and rarely work weekends).
With this in mind, I give you my 101 on virtual assistants in this instalment of Fast Fix Friday.
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Your host and occasional cybernetic organism, Steve Glaveski, is committed to helping people better navigate the growing uncertainty that technology change brings, in order to survive, thrive, create more value for the world and lead more fulfilling lives.
Steve is the CEO and co-founder of innovation accelerator Collective Campus, founder of children's entrepreneurship program Lemonade Stand, author of Amazon best-seller The Innovation Manager's Handbook and the Wiley book, Employee to Entrepreneur, investor in blockchain based fractional property investment platform Konkrete and is a keynote speaker and startup advisor.
When not fighting T-1000s Steve can be found in the gym, hiking, skating at the beach, attempting standup comedy, at a heavy metal show or socially lubricating at a whisky bar.