Can anyone say, “Apocalypse” …

I’m sitting here shaking my head at how many people are reacting to the fear of this Coronavirus and the extremes they’re going through to feel they have some sort of control over the situation. Honestly though, I’m still laughing about this need to buy every roll of toilet paper on the shelf. Sorry if this insults some folks, but seriously people! The only thing you’re accomplishing by hoarding, cleaning the store shelves to a skeleton, is to take away from people who are actually in need of any said item. What exactly is going through your mind? What happens to perishable items if you can’t use them up in time before they expire? Just curious …   There are folks out there who have spent the past several years building bunkers and stocking up the right way for the long-haul. They’re certainly laughing right now because they’ve been preparing…

Fingerprints and Virtual Assistants …

… Go hand in hand   As human beings, each of us has a unique set of fingerprints. These begin to develop before we are born. Even identical twins have differing patterns of these swirls and ridges. Although present in other species, fingerprints are most notable for their use in human transactions, from solving crimes to identifying individuals to unlocking electronic devices such as smartphones.  Interestingly, the one animal cited for having prints most similar to humans is the koala. Don’t worry that your prints will be mistaken for one however, as this critter has two opposable digits (thumbs) on each forepaw.   For the seven billion humans on planet Earth, fingerprints serve to differentiate us from one another. This differentiation is applicable to virtual assistants (VAs) as well because of the uniqueness of each life experience since conception.   As a coach or small business owner in search of…