133. #Hired: Do Whatever It Takes

Show Notes | February 22, 2022 | Episode 133

Milspouse Anacani Walters was successfully running a standup paddle board fitness business in Hawaii, but when the COVID-19 pandemic put group fitness classes on hold, she needed to pivot to remote work.

While her business is her passion, Anacani needed to find another form of income to support her household.

She doesn’t look at getting a part-time job as a failure in her own business but having the passion to do whatever it takes to keep her business alive.

Tune in to hear how Anacani used VirtForce to land not only one amazing remote opportunity, but two!

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