What Every Entrepreneur Can Do To Build Momentum In Their Business
Trivinia Barber, Executive Strategist, Virtual Teams Expert, and Founder and CEO of Priority VA that helps small business owners and thought leaders build a team they can trust joins Enterprise Radio.
- What can an entrepreneur do to build momentum within their business?
- Are their specific roles Virtual Assistants can fill in an organization?
- What is one of the first things an entrepreneur should delegate?
- You often say to outsource outcomes, not tasks. What does that mean?
- How can a leader prepare to outsource outcomes in their business?
Trivinia Barber is a real-world business development pro who helps entrepreneurs scale their business, sharpen their leadership, and build great teams.
In 2013, she founded 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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