018: Michelle Dale — VirtualMissFriday.com — Virtual Assistant and Business Consulting

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018: Michelle Dale -- VirtualMissFriday.com -- Virtual Assistant and Business Consulting


Michelle comes to us from VirtualMissFriday.com
An Online Business Consultancy with Built-In Virtual Assistant Services.

Michelle is also a self proclaimed traveling
digital nomad….

Have a listen to my chat with Michelle Dale
See highlights and links from of our chat below…
Check out the transcript or download it to read later: ENJOY!


Podcast Highlights:

Very early in her Professional Life realizing there had to be something more!
“Coming from working class family I had you know it’s like: work hard and get your nose down and find a job and stay in forever and then retire and then you might be able to enjoy life. But I was not too happy about waiting until I reached 65 to get to the point where I enjoyed life.”

Packing up and getting out
“At the age of 23 I sort of had this idea that I could sell my house, quit my job, just take a laptop and start traveling and you know just take off and I did it really quickly. From the time I made the decision to the time I left it was three months. So, I just kind of, yes I got my affairs all sorted out, everyone thought I was nuts but you know I thought to myself I have to be quick cuz I don’t want anyone to talk me out of this.”

“This is (not) going to Fill My Cup”
“I mean I had some great jobs, all different kinds of varieties of things in hospitals, in restaurants, in hotels and things and every time I went to a new job I always thought right this is going to be it. This is (not) going to fill my cup. And I would get there and I would be there for six months or you know a year and I would think this just isn’t doing it for me. I don’t wake up in the morning and want to leap out of bed and you get straight to work. It was just a process of earning money you know to live and it just didn’t feel right to me…”

Internet Marketing (The Dark side)
“The internet was very different to what it is now and in 2005 it was you know really working online and sort of making money through the internet was still very new and it was all very hyped up and internet marketee and you know highlighted yellow stuff — really spammy and cheesy … and I didn’t want to go down that road. So, I started looking into alternatives of you know successful people who was sort of real human beings that seem to be making money online, through you know humanity rather than kind of petty sales…”

Working online 14 hours was a breeze
“I had kind of found my calling I suppose in a way because I used to think to myself God, I have just sat here for fourteen hours straight and I have just worked through all of this stuff and I don’t feel tired, I had lots of energy, I was motivated, I felt good about it, I wanted to wake up the next morning and start again and it was at that point when I realized that I had found what I have been looking for I think in many ways…”

Selling Egyptian Rugs
“I just put them on eBay and they did start selling. But, I found it just way too tedious and I didn’t enjoy it so you know it’s like it tied me over, eBay fees were quite expensive and shipping was quite expensive but I did in fact sell quite a few rugs to people all over the world”

“There were many… primarily because I was doing it from a foreign country…in the Middle East, it was also a bit of a third world country…there were all sorts challenges with internet, with language barriers , I wouldn’t be able to acquire a sort of client base (Looking for virtual assistance) locally so I made my focus really to do with finding clients online…”

Fast Forward 10 years
“My business now is split into two; I work with clients and I work with virtual assistants as well. So, I do training for virtual assistants on how they can build their business and I also work with clients through a sort of consulting you know providing services, website service and stuff.”

Heart and soul and the magic of that strategic generosity.
“One way to certainly add value to any person I think a lot of people when they think about value they don’t really—everyone has a different concept of it. For me value is being able to charge whatever I need to do the absolute best possible job I can for the client and provide the absolute best possible service. So, the way I add value is I am constantly staying up to date with everything in the online world and I work my ass off for it. And I don’t charge anybody for learning, I don’t charge anybody you know for my expertise and things like that so I mean what you can bring to the table just by staying very current and very up to date and really ahead of your game adds huge amount of value for any client that you’re working with….”
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In 1990 Autism affected one in 10,000 children. Now in 2019 it affects women 68 children. This is an epidemic that is getting worse not better. Becky Blake has a new understanding for why autism epidemic is happening. She’s on a mission to help people truly understand autism in order to better help create the change people are looking for. Autism is a stress-related disorder. When in the stress state sensory issues appear. If you have any questions for Becky Blake please email her at [email protected] If you want to learn more from Becky Blake you can go to her webpage creating superkids.com Becky Blake is on a mission to help millions of families better understand the children in order to best help them.

Nine Simple Ways to Slim Down

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Nine Simple Ways To Slim Down

Whether you want to shed 5 pounds or 50, watching what you eat and getting exercise are the best ways to achieve your goal. If the prospect of overhauling your entire lifestyle seems daunting, try implementing these 9 little ideas, instead.

1. Share an entree when you go out to eat. Restaurant portions have ballooned, and a meal for one could easily feed two or three people. Simply ask your server for a second plate and split your meal. If you have no one else to share with, immediately package half of your food in a to-go box to take home for another meal.

2. Shop the perimeter of the store for the healthiest, most wholesome foods. Meats, dairy products, fruits and veggies are all located around the outer ring of your grocery or supermarket, while processed foods are usually stocked in the center aisles. Load up on fresh, whole foods before ducking into the middle aisles for spices, dried or canned beans, rice and other healthy staples.

3. Purchase smaller dinnerware. In recent years, oversized bowls and plates have become trendy, but they may lead to inadvertent overeating, since you tend to fill your plate. Instead, search for plates that are no larger than 9 inches in diameter. You can still enjoy a full plate of food this way, with much more reasonable portions.

4. If exercising feels like a chore, work out while doing something you enjoy. There is no reason that you must sit on the couch while watching your favorite TV shows or mindlessly surfing the web. You can easily walk on a treadmill, do aerobics, or stretch while the TV is on; if nothing else, hop up and do some jumping jacks during commercial breaks. You could also listen to audiobooks or music while walking, jogging or running. However, you should make sure that your entertainment doesn’t impede your ability to pay attention to your surroundings.

5. Take a walk. No matter your age or level of activity, walking is a generally a safe, non-intimidating way to ease yourself into exercising. So long as you wear supportive shoes, walking is easy on your joints. You can also walk almost anywhere–to and from work, around your building, at the mall, or around your neighborhood.

6. Track the foods you eat. Holding yourself accountable for the foods you eat can motivate you to improve your diet and consume fewer calories. If a pen-and-paper journal doesn’t appeal to you, look into an app for your smartphone or tablet.

7. Make healthy substitutions in your favorite recipes. This is a great way to keep enjoying the foods you like while reducing the calories you consume. Try swapping fat-laden sour cream for plain Greek yogurt, for instance, as a topping for baked potatoes and tacos.

8. Drink plenty of water. Not only is water essential for your overall health, but you must replenish the fluids lost through exercise. In addition, the feelings of hunger and thirst may be easily confused; have a glass of water before you eat to see if it satisfies the pang.

9. Move a little every day. Whether you tackle your grimy kitchen floor on your hands and knees or go for a jog, making physical activity a priority each and every day helps to create a habit. You may even start to crave your daily walk!

Losing weight does not necessarily mean that you have to change every aspect of your lifestyle. Making small but significant changes can help you ease into a healthier mindset and create lifelong habits that help you maintain a healthy weight.

«Повернення з війни», Ростислав Шемечко (PTSD symptoms, categories for Ukrainian soldiers)

д-р Ростислав Шемечко, Заступник директора Інституту психічного здоров’я, Українського Католицького Університету, Львів, Україна, «Повернення з війни», Торонто, Канада, 2-ого жовтня 2019 р. (Dr. Rostyslav Shemechko, Deputy Director of the Institute of Mental Health, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv, Ukraine, “Return from War”, Toronto, Canada, 2 October 2019.)

– ПТСР України, психологічна травма, психологічні проблеми після війни, психологічна допомога для ветеранів, психолог, психіатрія, психічне здоров’я (Ukraine PTSD, psychological trauma, psychological problems after the war, psychological assistance for veterans, psychologist, psychiatry, mental health) (ПТСР Украины, психологическая травма, психологические проблемы после войны, психологическая помощь для ветеранов, психолог, психиатрия, психическое здоровье)
– Teacher, psychologist, psychotherapist
– Content addresses soldiers returning home from war, battle, and for their families, close friends
– 0:30 People returning home are returning from the reality of war, e.g. they witnessed death, dead bodies, body parts, death of close friends, wounded, or traumatized
– 1:05 Triggers to remind people of war, unpleasant emotions, and unpleasant memories, flashbacks revert people back to their experience in the war, i.e. they think they are back in the war
– 1:42 Important to understand that not every veteran may not want to talk about their experiences, particularly for their families.
– 2:10 Stress reactions, post traumatic stress, particularly strong during the first month after returning home (from war). Stress reactions are normal
– 3:20 Four categories: physical, e.g. chronic fatigue, sleep diffculties, nightmares
– 4:10 Mental/intelligence reactions
– 4:45 Emotional reactions, e.g. aggression, jealously, hatred, mood changes, difficulties in focusing
– 6:14 Alcoholism, narcotic abuse
– 6:35 Recommendations: spend time with family, friends, leisure, sports, meeting with other war veterans
– 7:20 Family must prepare itself for returning war veterans
– 7:50 Plenty of sleep and physical activities. Be very careful with alcohol, abuse of alcohol to forget
– 9:00 Mistake to think that no one can help, that problems will resolve themselves
– 10:20 Not a psychological illness but a normal organic eaction to uncommon stress
– 12:15 Seek professional help from a priest, psychologist, etc.
– 12:54 Don’t pressure a war veteran to talk about their experience, don’t judge them. Important to tell war veterans that they are loved, are cared for
– 14:09 Alcohol abuse, emotional distancing, irresponsible behaviour, etc.

Thanks to Bohdan Cherniawski, RN BScN, CD

Taping location courtesy of St. Vladimir Insitute.




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