You can find my bio and accomplishments below, and if you are curious about what makes me tick, learn more about my personal journey here.


Official Bio

Tina Forsyth is a leadership and grow expert for service providers who have big missions and want to take their already successful business to the next level.

After her divorce in 2013, Tina found herself a single mother and sole provider for her two young girls. Her refusal to lose precious time with her children led her to the creation of  The 30 Hour Work Week, a program which helps women break free from their busy schedules and structure a business that doesn’t rely solely on them, allowing for plenty of time and freedom to enjoy life.

Tina is the author of the award winning book The Entrepreneur’s Trap and also founded the International Association of Online Business Managers, which is the home of the Certified OBM® Training, the only program of its kind to train high-end virtual managers.

If you are a linear thinker like me, here are some of my stats. I’ve been working online now since 1999 and in that time I’ve:

And given that I’m a creative kind of gal, there is always more to come…

The Inside Scoop:


Here’s a few things about my life that you won’t find in my bio.

  • I’m a single mom of 2 girls – Samantha age 11 and Lexi age 9. They are lively, smart and stubborn (just like their mama, ahem.)
  • I divorced in 2013 after almost 12 years of marriage – an amicable split that allowed both me and my ex-spouse to live fully in the TRUTH of who we are.
  • I’m Canadian, born and raised in Alberta – Yes, I’m polite and laid back but not afraid to kick-butt when needed (although you might not see it coming… )
  • I read every single day – voraciously. A mix of fiction to relax my brain & biz/personal development books to stimulate it.
  • I was almost an accountant – my first job after getting my biz degree in 1994 was an accounting clerk. I love numbers but after taking a tax class I knew it wasn’t for me (seriously, have you ever tried to read the tax code?)
  • My first daughter was born at home – we had a natural home-birth with a midwife. Painful? Yes, but oh so worth it! And I got to do it my way (that whole stubborn thing)
  • I don’t really work that hard (shhh, don’t tell!) – I love my business but truth be told I love my free time just as much. You are more likely to find me outside my office than in. 😉


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