I have always been a pretty methodical person in my own life and when making decisions it takes me a long time because I am so cautious. I have always thought this part of me was what was "wrong" with me until I listened to a podcast by Master Life Coach, Susan Hyatt. I realized that being cautious and methodical is what makes me powerful and who I am, not something that is "wrong" with me. I love lists, checklists, and a good excel spreadsheet as well! It's the nerd in me, I guess!
I have been an administrative assistant for the past 13 years. I have been with the same company for all of those 13 years and I went from Administrative Assistant to Senior Administrative Assistant to Executive Assistant. I am also pretty much a jack of all trades when it comes to this type of work, I have had to fill many shoes during my time in the corporate world, from office management and Data Entry to event and travel planning, and supporting the executives with their goals for the company. My skill set is very diverse and I am a fast learner and always willing to learn more to help out the team. I am an independent worker, but also work well with a team of people working towards the same goals. If you have ever heard of the Kolbe Test, you'll be happy to know that I am an 8 on Fact Finder and also an 8 Follow-Through. I LOVE to do research and one of my biggest strengths is my ability to finish a task from start to finish. I also love to problem solve, you will only find me asking questions unless it is absolutely necessary. I love to figure stuff out on my own.
Tasha is a wife, mom, life coach and Administrative Assistant. She loves being a mom to her daughter Addie and a beagle mom to Daisy! She is a graduate of the Martha Beck Life Coach program (April 2015). She graduated from Miami University with a degree in Family Studies. In what little free time she has, she enjoys shopping, reading, yoga and watching her favorite TV shows, like Game of Thrones and This is Us. You can also find her listening to Keith Urban or Ed Sheeran!