How to Optimize Your Relationship with Your Executive Assistant with Trivinia Barber at Priority VA

Your executive assistant can be a valuable asset in managing your workload and ensuring that you are able to focus on high-priority tasks. By leveraging their skills and expertise, you can increase your productivity and improve your overall performance. To optimize your relationship with your executive assistant, it is important to establish clear expectations and communicate regularly. Additionally, you should provide them with the resources and support they need to be successful in their role. Today’s guest is Trivinia Barber, founder, and CEO at Priority VA. Priority VA serves overwhelmed, change-making Founders, CEOs, and Small Business Owners by sourcing the Executive Assistants they can trust to delegate, outsource, and eliminate the tasks they don’t know how to do, don’t want to do, or don’t have time to do so they can create, lead, and disrupt! In this podcast, Trivinia will discuss how to optimize your relationship with your executive assistant. She also talks about time audit and building trust with your executive assistant. Tune in to learn more about how to maximize the value of your executive assistant and achieve greater success in your work.

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Trivinia Barber: The Transcript

About: Trivinia Barber is a real-world business development pro who helps entrepreneurs scale their business, sharpen their leadership, and build great teams. In 2012 she founded her company that would later be known as Priority VA, one of the world’s leading virtual staffing agencies, because most businesses operate at the expense of the owner’s sanity. The answer? Build teams you can trust. Trivinia and Priority VA have provided Executive Virtual Assistant Support to some most influential thought leaders and entrepreneurs including Amy Porterfield, Michael Hyatt, Ray Edwards, Mike Kim, Gary Nealon, Lauren Pawell, and Todd Herman. Her clients also include numerous small to mid-size businesses, as well as high growth corporations. The key to Trivinia’s expertise is her proprietary framework The Momentum Method™, which helps businesses navigate the interplay between their products, people, and processes to achieve greater growth and more efficiency. An in-demand speaker, Trivinia has shared her expertise at numerous events around the US and abroad, including Amy Porterfield’s B-School Experience, Puerto Rico Masterminds, Influence & Impact, 90 Day Year Live, and Mastermind Talks, an exclusive entrepreneurial community curated by Jayson Gaignard. Trivinia has been a featured guest on over 40 top-ranked business podcasts including Screw the Nine to Five, Entrepreneur on Fire, and The Daily Grind with Colin Morgan. She also hosts her own top-ranked podcast, Diary Of A Doer. Trivinia lives with her husband, daughters, and two dogs on the outskirts of Savannah, Georgia where traffic stops for snakes in the road and the occasional art parade. When she’s not working or traveling, you can find her 90ft underwater on her latest wreck scuba dive.

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Disclaimer: This transcript was created using YouTube’s translator tool and that may mean that some of the words, grammar, and typos come from a misinterpretation of the video.




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