This week our discussion starts with a helpful tip for those who use Apple products and how you can make the cord last longer. I also overhead a conversation this week that made me think about how quick we are to come up reasons why the advice we are given won’t work. So I have a challenge to change the way we respond to and apply the good advice we are given. Finally, I’ll share some of my own advice about why it’s important to get really specific about who your clients are.
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Referrals are important for helping your business grow, but there are times when it’s best to say “no” to a prospective client. In this episode, we’ll discuss three reasons why you may not want to take on a client and how to politely decline a request for your services. In addition to that, I’ll share some of my experiences and offer suggestions on how to handle contracts, how to ensure you get paid, and why it’s important to know about non-disclosure agreements.
Have you been thinking about setting up a virtual assistant business, but aren’t sure how much it’s going to cost to get started? Well, today I’m going to share with you what to expect and give you some options to consider. There are some basics to have in place if you just want to test out being a virtual assistant. Then you can add on some additional things later if you want to take your virtual assistant business to the next phase. Our discussion today includes networking events, what to put on your business card, and how to use Facebook until you are ready to set up your own website.