When you have your own business and you’re feeling under the weather, you may have enough flexibility to take time off to get well, but in some cases deadlines may keep you working even when you’re feeling ill. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a contingency plan for times like this. We’ll talk about making a plan as well as some key things to help those who are still deciding whether they want to start their own virtual assistant business.
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In Words: The Business Of Being A Virtual Assistant Podcast
It’s the first episode of the new year and we’re talking about what we want to accomplish for our business during the first quarter of 2017. I’m sharing my list of ten things for accountability and to encourage you to write down your own list. This is something you can have fun with and not overthink too much right now. Just let the ideas flow of what you want to accomplish and you can modify the list later and start taking action to make this a profitable year.
For our last episode of 2016, we’re looking back over the year to review how things went with our business. This list of questions will help you evaluate what worked and what didn’t work so you can determine what to continue with or focus on in the new year. It may be time to try something new or finally do that next thing you’ve been wanting to do for your business. In order to grow bigger, you have to be willing to step outside of your comfort zone.