The success stories of my students simply make my day and also my virtual assistants' day absolutely wonderful!

Let me share another message of my work sa bahay virtual assistant student, Helen Grace Avinado last October 11:


This was posted inside The Jomar Hilario Mastery Group -- The Most Active Pinoy Work sa Bahay Facebook Group. [Wanna join the group? Click here: http://jhilario.com/jhmastery]

"Tama ba nabasa ko, Jomar? She rejects job invites??"

Oo. I don't just teach my students how they can work and earn sa bahay. I also teach them the most important part of becoming a virtual assistant -- knowing their value and keep the drive to add value to yourself.

That's what Helen did. If she finds that a job, or 'gig' as how we call it, doesn't meet her required rate, she declines.

Sige, absorb mo yan.
Yes. Pag mababa ang offer at hindi niya gusto, she turns it down.
She doesn't beg clients na tanggapin siya for a gig and even lower her rate just to meet the client's super babang rate.

Paano niya yun nagagawa? Read her post.
She invests in herself, she adds value to herself, she invests in knowledge and she applies everything and she doesn't stop there.

This is the reason why she was able to attract the best, high-paying clients. 
Take note that she didn't searched for it -- clients ang lumalapit sa kanya.

If you're wondering what are those seminars that she mentioned, I suggest you check out the first seminar she's attended, The How to Work sa Bahay as a Virtual Assistant Seminar here: http://jhilario.com/downloadseminar

We're looking forward to YOUR own success post/email/message to us.




Helen Grace: "The best thing about this work? Hindi ako nag-apply sa kanila..."

Let small problems remain small.

Here's an email from one of the participants of the 2-Day Constant Cash in Content Marketing Hands-On Workshop last October 25 & 26 at the PTTC.





Hi, Guys!

I'm happy to go home to my place davao kasi napagbigyan ang request ko na mai-save sa laptop ko ang workshop materials at pinagbigyan din ako ni Jomar maidownload sa ipod nano ko some of his audio tutorials at webinars pero ipapa courier na lang pagnatapos. During the workshop mas lalong masaya kasi katabi ko si underage VA Joyce Villarisco who is very fast and techie.  At overwhelmed din ako at meron na akong OM at VA buddy na taga-davao in the person of Sheena Seto who is assertive & techie also.  I am now even more excited to do online activity and assignments.  

Very happy and conducive to learning talaga ang environment during the event kasi happy face at willing to share his knowledge si Jomar the energetic, vigorous, enthusiastic and highly spirited  OM Guru together with his awe-inspiring, skilled and astounding  volunteers.  Please accept my sincere and heartfelt GRATITUDE AND APPRECIATION TO ALL OF YOU especially Jomar's volunteers' team leader Ms Jones who is very kind in assisting me my request to Jomar.  It was endeed a successful and well organized event I ever attended.  I am still looking forward to attending more events in the future and I feel di ako magsasawang mag attend a JH events.  More power and God bless!.


Jean D.




"Uuwi ako ng masaya sa Davao!" - Jean D.



In one of my recent posts, I shared with you how one entrepreneur applied some of the Online Mentoring Club (OMC) lessons (hey, we just started like, a month ago? or less...) and his office received inquiries after inquiries about their services.

How amazing is that?

A day after that, one of my students sent us a message. 
I give my students a monthly assignment and ask them to apply the lessons they've learned for the past month.

Now this student of mine, may problema siya related to the Online Mentoring Club assignment.

But this one is a good problem. Wanna know what it is?

Here's the post:


Here's the private message of the person he's mentioned:



...and wala pa silang 2 months inside the club!

How about you?

Do you wish to learn and earn from the internet from online marketing?

Pwede kahit employee ka na may day job because this is a self-paced course -- meaning hindi mo kailangan mag"catch up".

Techie or non-techie, the Online Mentoring Club can help you earn 5 to 6 figures online through online marketing because the lessons are taught step-by-step. 

Do you want to attract the right and the best clients instead of wasting time looking for them?

Join my students Wilbs and Mark in your journey to earning and living your dream lifestyle. The Online Mentoring Club is still open waiting to welcome you.

For complete details, you may visit http://jhilario.com/onlinementoring3





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Do you have the same, good problem as my students?



Mark joined The Online Mentoring Club (OMC) last September 17, 2013. 

Last October 9, less than a month after joining the OMC, he shared an amazing story of how he applied the lessons we've released inside the club (I haven't even released half of it yet!) and got results immediately.

Here's his post:




Whether you're someone with an existing business who wants to expand their reach by using the power of the internet like Mark,
or someone who wishes to start your own online business even if you don't have a product yet,
or a work from home virtual assistant who wishes to level up their skills and pave their way to becoming an online marketer like me,
The Online Mentoring Club can help you.

For complete details about The Online Mentoring Club, you may visit http://jhilario.com/joinomc3.




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Mark Bertulfo on OMC3: "It simply works!"


Yesterday, we received another incredible, we-inspiring news from one of my How to Work sa Bahay as a Virtual Assistant Seminar students, Tedi. 

To all the aspiring virtual assistants, here's her story...

Hi Sir Jomar,

OMG!!! Naiiyak ako ngayon sa tuwa!!!

Kasi mag-1-year na po and hindi ko pa natapos yung assignment ko, kasi ang skills ko po mostly Excel and numbers, so nahirapan ako mag-adjust into skills online.

Pero sinunod ko po lahat nung ibang pinagawa nyo:
apply lang ng apply, kapal ng balat pag na-reject kahit nakaka-iyak, move-on kagad
customized proposal
elevator speech
paano magcommunicate sa client

tapos po yung mga ni-recommend nyong software, sinilip ko isa-isa.  eh dahil high "I" po ako sa DISC, ayun, palipat-lipat ako between 10 unfinished "how to" presentations.

and then super natipuhan ko ang Prezi (one of the softwares you recommended) kasi it's like fun Powerpoint, so nagfocus po ako dun and created a Prezi on why clients should hire me. so I started getting interviews these past months.

tapos attend-attend ng mga libreng webinar, basa ng mga recommendations sa JHMG, so gumaganda na yung mga sagot ko sa clients - dumadami na alam ko po eh. :-D

so kagabi po, I had 2 interviews.
Interview 1, mejo not so nice si client - bigla na lang nag-chat dahil online na ako sa skype kahit hindi pa yung agreed time. tapos binago na nya pala yung details ng job post sa Elance and kung anu-ano yung mga tanong sa tasks na hindi related sa previous description.  I think blessing in disguise din na nireject nya ako kasi binasa ko yung reviews ng mga na-hire nya and lahat sila ang sabi sa ratings malabo syang kausap, na hindi daw klaro kung anong gusto nya.

pero syempre mukmok ako kasi nakaka-drain yung not so nice client dahil yung way ng pananalita nya keeps stressing na incompetent ako.
sabay super-man pose habang nagsasayaw. :-P

kaya super good mood na ako nung oras na nung next interview.

and client number 2 was super impressed.
30 minutes lang dapat yung call, naging 1 hour na kasi pinag-usapan na namin yung unang task.
before pa mag-end yung call, hired na ako. :-D
part-time pa lang pero okies na rin. :-D

tapos pagkagising ko po now lang, may invite akong natanggap to bid.  Ito pala masaya pag freelancer - kasi kung employee ako, kahit mas maganda yung offer nung kabila, no choice ako but to reject kasi ang pangit sa record na bagong-hire ako tapos umalis kagad. Pero since freelancer na ako, pwede ko tanggapin! para naman 2 part-time ko, eh di parang full-time na kita ko. :-D

Sir Jomar, super thank you po talaga.
Kala ko po kasi dati hindi na ako magkaka-work, tapos kinukulit na yung Daddy ko na mag-retire.  Kasi kahit gaano po ako kagaling sa Excel, I do not think I would get these invites nor would get hired if hindi ko po inayos yung profile ko tulad ng turo nyo.  ang laki po ng utang na loob ko sa inyo and sa JHMG.

THANK YOU,
Tedi Soriano
❧ ❧ 

You can also start working sa bahay and earn $$$ like Tedi and the rest of my students who attended the VA Seminar. 

Gusto mo?

Don't worry, because even though we don't have a scheduled VA Seminar na until the end of the year, you can always get the downloadable version of my seminar.

The Downloadable How to Work sa Bahay as a Virtual Assistant Seminar is available for download anytime now that contains 2 recordings of previous VA Seminars complete with:

- 2 PDF files (E-presentation)
- 2 Audio files (MP3, so you can listen to it repeatedly on your music player)
- 2 Video files (m4v)
- An invite to a secret, by-invitation-only Facebook group especially created for my VA Seminar students
- One of my team members will check your VA Assignment and give you extensive reviews on how to improve your online portfolio and virtual assistant resume so your clients get impressed

Get the Downloadable How to Work sa Bahay as a Virtual Assistant Seminar - REGULAR at only P2,975/$73 here: http://jhilario.com/downloadvareg

and... if you get the PREMIUM package, you'll get everything I mentioned above, plus these amazing lessons:

- Recording of our interview with expert virtual assistant Sweet Reyes
Recording of our interview with expert virtual assistant Minna Corcuera
Recording of our interview with soon-to-be virtual assistant OFW Apple Feliciano
- And the How to Do Your VA Assignment Tutorials (5 E-presentations)

The Premium package is valued at P17,225 but you can get it at only P3,475/$85 here: http://jhilario.com/downloadvapremium

For complete details, you may visit http://jhilario.com/downloadseminar.






Tedi Soriano says: "THANK YOU! I got my first gig na!!!"


If Isabelle did not become a virtual assistant, she would probably still be an office employee for a semi-conductor company.

Because she did not grow in the company she worked in for several years, it was a mutual decision for Isabelle and her husband for her to work from home. It’s a decision she never regretted, and a decision that changed her life.

Being a home buddy even while single, Isabelle is really fit for home, always finding ways to keep their house clean and organized. Her day is also not complete without a round of hoola hoop and jumping rope.

Best part of working from home? She‘s now a hands-on mother to their only son. The guilt of not being able to attend to their son’s needs when she still held her office work has already been removed. Instead of calling yaya to ask if their son already took his medicine, she’s happier now that she can personally attend to their child when he’s sick.

Aside from that, she never misses any of their son’s school activities.

Meet one of my program managers, Isabelle Cuenco.


Name
Isabelle Cuenco


Location
Laguna


Current Gig
Project Manager for Jomar Hilario


Current mobile device
Myphone


Computer that you use
Windows Dual Core PC & my new buddy MacBook Pro


Specs:
MacBook Pro Version 10.8.4 Intel Core i5 4 GB 1600 MHz DDR3


Internet Speed according to provider : 1 mbps
Internet Provider : PLDT
Internet Speed according to Speedtest.net : 0.98 Mbps

One word that best describes how you work
Steadfast


What apps/software/tools can't you live without?
GDrive - this is my second brain.
GCal - for the webinar schedules.
Zeemind Stopwatch & Timer - My time tracking apps


What's your workspace like?
Very organized and clean. I have my very small space beside the kitchen.

My home office. Malapit sa kitchen para madali i-off ang stove kapag sunog na ang sinaing haha.


What's your best time-saving trick?
Like Rachel, I’m also a morning person. I generally feel at my best during the hours before noon.

What's your favorite to-do list manager?
I like to keep it old school & use paper and pen. Every night I make sure that the things I need to get done the next day are listed in order in which I need to do them.

Besides your phone and computer, what gadget can't you live without?
Handy camera lang wala naman iba gadget eh.

What everyday thing are you better at than anyone else?
I love to Cross Stitch & hindi buo araw ko kapag hindi nakapaghoola-hoop, 5x a week for 15-20 minutes (non-stop yun ah, keribels nyo?)

Masterpiece : “Rose of Sharon”, cross-stitched when I was still single; used 42 colors, took me 6 months to finish.

Masterpiece: “June Pearl’s Fairy”, finished while I was 7 months pregnant, Pina-frame ko kalakasan ng ulan.



Apps/tools you already know BEFORE you became Jomar's virtual assistant:
  1. Blogger
  2. Wordpress
  3. Twitter
  4. Skype
  5. Gmail
  6. Google docs & spreadsheet
  7. Google calendar
  8. Pinterest
  9. Hootsuite
  10. Evernote

Skills you already have BEFORE you became Jomar's virtual assistant:
  1. MS Powerpoint
  2. MS Word
  3. MS Excel
  4. Photo Editing
  5. Internet Research
  6. Making Presentations
  7. Bookmarking/ Submit Link Directory
Apps/tools you know how to use AFTER you became Jomar's virtual assistant:
  1. Bit.ly
  2. Google - Boomerang
  3. Amazon S3
  4. Madmimi
  5. The Invoice Machine
  6. Picmonkey
  7. Po.st
  8. Lander
  9. Pagemodo
  10. Premise (Wordpress Plugin)
Skills you already have AFTER you became Jomar's virtual assistant:
  1. How to properly promote in FB groups
  2. Creating Opt-in Page using WordPress Premise
  3. Creating Custom Tabs in FB Using Pagemodo
  4. Creating Effective Marketing Images
  5. Manage social media accounts
  6. Poster Making
  7. Keynote
  8. Creating Graphs & Charts
  9. Creating a Slideshow in YouTube
  10. Creating video using Animoto

What do you listen to while you work?
When I’m working, I can’t concentrate when music is playing. Kaya a big NO NO.

Are you more of an introvert or extrovert?
Introvert

What's your sleep routine like?
Wake up early (5am), siesta in the afternoon, sleep around 9-10pm.

Fill in the blank. I'd love to see ______ answer these same questions.
Vin Diesel & Julia Roberts

If you weren't doing your current gig,  what would have been your profession?
I would still be a regular office employee for semiconductor company. I stayed for the company long enough but gained nothing. Hindi ako nag-grow as a person.

So many people live daily with unhappy circumstances, and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation. Nawala man ang mga benefits ko sa company, now I’m able to spend more time with my kid at ang pinaka-rewarding I don’t need to ask permission anymore just to make my son’s school activity a success (I’m the boss na eh).

Attended my son’s extra-curricular activities. He represented their school during the Philippine Karatedo League in 2012.



What's the best advice you've ever received?
Once you’ve made your decision, don’t look back. Make it work. ~ It’s a mutual decision between me and hubby kaya there’s no turning back talaga. I thank God for giving me such a loving and very supportive husband.

No matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress. You’re still way ahead of everyone who isn’t trying. ~ Being a VA, any person diving into a new career will have their fear and insecurities. Getting into the virtual assistant world without the proper background & knowledge can be liken to deep-sea diving without proper life-saving gear. I may not be an established VA right now, but I know in every step I take, I will grow stronger, more skilled, experienced and competent that would fit in the virtual world.

Mentored by Jomar Hilario, you can’t go wrong. Working with his great team, feels so blessed everyday.

How I Work Series: Meet my hoola-hooping, steadfast project manager virtual assistant, Isabelle



“If you are born poor its not your fault. But if you die poor its your fault.” -- Bill Gates

There once was a girl who was born in Batangas to a family of twelve.
Her father was a driver and her mother a vendor.
They lived in a shanty, bahay kubo that breaks down every time heavy rains pour down.

To help her parents extra income for the family, she sells mangoes, to fishes, to kakanin, candies, gulay -- anything -- after school.

Luckily, after graduating from high school, a priest sent her to college on scholarship.
After graduating, she went on to work at a local hospital in Manila.
And the rest is history.

This is The Tale of Juliet -- A People Asia Magazine - People of the Year Awardee, top sales executive, an entrepreneur, a best-selling author and speaker -- she’ll share with you her life-struggles, her journey, her success.

Here’s what others say about her story:

Join us as we interview Juliet “Jhet” Van Ruyven on Monday, October 7 at 8pm and be inspired to achieve the Triumphant You.


Don’t forget to invite your friends!



Now live a marvellous life,
Jomar Hilario



P.S. [Warning] This webinar is going to be life-changing. Be sure to block of your Monday night. Register here: http://jhilario.com/webinaroct7at8pm



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