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January Virtual Program

  • January 14, 2021
  • 6:15 PM - 7:45 PM
  • Zoom Platform

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Working from Home:
Staying Sane in the “New Norm!”

Speaker: Naquiyah Cash

Right now, remote working or working from home, has become more than a trend. It's now a necessity for companies all across the globe. Yes, you are not alone. Whether you are working for a business or have your own business we are all in the same situation.

Thanks to ever-evolving technologies like Skype, Facetime, Slack, Zoom etc. —it's no longer necessary to be in an office full-time to be a productive member of the team.

Working from home is awesome ... right up until the cat throws up on your computer. And your neighbor, who you can only assume is building a time machine, starts firing up all sorts of power tools and noisy machinery across the street or your partner runs behind you half naked whilst you’re on a zoom call. And my favorite? As you decided to take your Zoom call on your bed, the next thing you know you have fallen asleep and your entire team hears you snoring. We have all been there!

So, the question is how can one possibly be productive working from home with "life" coming in the way?

Join us as we help you navigate the new norm of WFH with providing a strategy toolbox with tips to add to your daily life that will make your virtual calls and communication professional to the Tee!

So, come on in with a cuppa tea and let’s get you set up for success working from home!

About Naquiyah Cash

A business professional, entrepreneur, podcaster, green plants talker and many more, Naquiyah has put everything on the line to live HER fullest life in the states.

Naquiyah was born in Dubai but grew up in London and now has chosen her forever home in the US. She has a "go big or go home" philosophy and puts her heart into anything she commits to. She has fought anxiety since she moved to the states alone and left everything behind just to become a better version of herself.

With knowledge as her superpower, she worked with many corporate companies learning the lay of the land, and with hope and dreams as her goal, she found the love of her life in America and finally settled down.

She now works for a tech startup (a job SHE wanted by messaging the CEO) and is growing her business in the health products industry in addition to having her own podcast! If anyone knows how to master working from home whilst juggling not 1--not 2, but 3 businesses, it's Naquiyah!

This is just the start, and she is determined to make her mark in the states whilst helping others and making her family proud.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:15 - Sign-in and Chat - networking only - private chat encouraged
6:30 (approx.) - Announcements
6:45 - Business Spotlight 
7:00 - Program - Naquiyah Cash
7:45 - Open Chat again
8:00 - End meeting

Please note the following prices:

  • Member - FREE
  • Non-member - $10.00

This event will take place on the Zoom Platform. You must register on the website to attend the meeting.

Sign up deadline is Thurs. Jan. 14 at 12 noon.

Contact Gloria Thomas at gloria@ladygenevabedandbreakfast.com, if you have questions about registration or if you have registered and need to cancel.

WE WILL EMAIL THE ZOOM SIGN-IN LINK AND PASSWORD BEFORE THE MEETING. So, make sure you open the reminder email or you will not be able to attend the meeting.


WESO supports the Community Works - Dunn House Shelter and we collect monetary contributions for Dunn House Shelter when you register online.
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