Can you imagine going out every day with the goal of getting rejected? I recently read an article about a guy who did just that and how it improved both his sales and his life. This got me thinking about how many of us have a fear of rejection and how we need to get over this because it’s holding us back in a lot of ways! I’ve put together The Rejection Workshop so we can work on getting over this fear together. Included are three action items to help you start putting yourself out there more and learn how to bounce back quickly from feeling rejected. Let’s be thankful for those rejections because it’s actually what we need to get over the fear of rejection.
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In this episode, we’re going to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of three different payment options for you and your virtual assistant business. I’ll tell you which option is my favorite and which one will kill your motivation for your business. Remember, you are not an employee and it takes a different mindset to charge your clients as a business owner. We don’t question the rates for a professional service from our accountant or hairdresser, so why do we view our virtual assistant business any differently? This also plays into a discussion I had on Facebook about whether or not virtual assistants should be providing resumes to clients. You’ll want to check that out as well.
Have you ever had to do something you dreaded and it turned out to be a blessing? At the end of last year I was forced to write out a detailed marketing plan and it made me excited about the plans for my business in 2015. It brought me new insights and helped me gain clarity about what I want to share in my blog and with this podcast. By sharing this information, I hope you will be encouraged to write out a marketing plan for your business instead of just keeping those ideas in your head. I’ll take you through an exercise, like we are having a one-on-one consultation, so you can look at your business outside of yourself and get clear about what you want to happen for your business in 2015. You’ll also want to stay tuned to find out how to get a free audio training as a bonus, which I mentioned in last week’s episode.