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Thanks for the opportunity to guest blog.
Elaine, thank YOU for sharing your experience with my readers!
As I look forward to the Forum on Virtual Assistance in Niagara Falls this week, I have a piece of advice to add:
When you’re planning your schedule, be sure to keep plenty of time open before the conference for shopping for clothes or other things you might need, reviewing any workshop materials you receive in advance, and other unexpected things. And if possible, allow yourself at least a day or two to get back into the swing of things when you return, depending how long you were away.
[...] All in all, FoVA was a wonderful experience and I am so glad I went. If you avoid industry conferences because you don’t understand the benefit of networking with and learning from your peers, I urge you to reconsider – you just don’t know what you’re missing! For more on that subject, read The ROI of Attending a Conference. [...]
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