Healthy Body-Mind

  • Yoga
  • Teacher Training YTT
  • Meditation
  • Reiki/ energy healing
  • Cleanse
  • Weight management
  • Healthy cooking
  • Body work
  • Coaching

Office Assistance

  • Property management
  • Computer research
  • Bookkeeping
  • Filing/Organizing
  • Maintain calendar
  • Travel arrangement
  • Email management
  • Data entry

Personal Concierge

  • Relocation Services
  • Personal / Grocery / Gift shopping
  • Event / Party / Vacation Planning
  • Home sitting
  • Bill Pay
  • Organizing
  • Errands / Task Handling
  • Waiting services (car repair, cable guy, utility, etc. )


Benny at the Taj Mahal
  • 8-Years Experience As Personal Assistant
  • Certified Yoga Instructor
  • Reiki Master-Healer
  • Owner : IYoga Transformation
  • 30-Years Experience in Real Estate Investment
  • 20-Years Experience in Financial Investment

Tips to be more productive - The Eisenhower Method

The former U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower recognized that great time management means being effective as well as efficient. In other words, we must spend our time on things that are important and not just the ones that are urgent. To do this, and to minimize the stress of having too many tight deadlines, we need to understand this distinction. Always divide your tasks into four boxes as suggested below.

  1. Box#1 - Urgent and Important tasks include those that you must handle today and that you need to tackle yourself. Identify these tasks and handle them immediately.
  2. Box#2 - Important, but Not Urgent tasks involve things that are important for your business, but that you can schedule yourself to handle later, such as developing your content marketing strategy or evaluating your business insurance.
  3. Box#3 - Urgent, but Not Important tasks are those that need to be done, but that can be handled by somebody else (like, say, your new assistant…). Possible tasks in this quadrant may include booking travel plans or managing your social profiles.
  4. Box#4 - Not Urgent and Not Important tasks shouldn’t be on your radar at all. Be ruthless about cutting them when you find them to make more time for tasks in Boxes#1 and #2.