In this week’s episode we’re discussing the importance of planning for the new year (2024) and suggests that it’s important to start now. Outlined are seven key points to consider. Don’t wait until January to begin your plans as you may lose motivation, instead start now in November.
In this week’s episode, we’re discussing what is needed in order to prepare for the holidays. It’s important we all take some time away while at the same time ensuring you have a business when you return. Let’s chat about it LIVE!
In this episode, we discuss to taking action and making decisions quickly, even if you’re nervous. Make quick decisions in order to succeed in your business. Using a sports analogy you’ll understand the importance of being ready for opportunities and taking risks even when you are not sure. Put yourself out there and rebuke negative influences. Le’s get into it!
In this episode we discuss the importance of treating your client’s business with care. If you don’t have an interest in their industry, it will be difficult to provide exceptional work. It is important to evaluate whether or not a client’s business is something you can get into before taking them on as a client. Additionally, if you are only in it for the money, it will show and your clients will notice. To keep clients returning, you must genuinely care about their business and show genuine concern. Finding an industry that you can get excited about and evaluating what their needs are is key to providing excellent service.
In this episode, we discuss what it means to treat a client’s business as if it were one’s own. This includes delivering tasks as soon as possible and making sure that the work is of the highest quality. It also involves asking yourself if what you are delivering is something you would want. Treating a client’s business with care leads to long-lasting relationships and more referrals. Let’s discuss what this looks like in action.
After a long week, I’m here to share how you can communicate exactly what you want from your clients. If they don’t know what they want, or they want everything, it’s not the right time to work with them. I’m also sharing best places to go if you’re feeling out of the loop when it comes to providing services and online business. Let’s discuss!
In this week’s episode, we discuss how to handle scope creep. It’s where clients ask you to do additional tasks that are not apart of the initial agreement. Initially you may be nervous to tell them that’s an additional cost. However, if you don’t you will be frustrated and feel resentment towards your client. Remember it’s YOUR business. The client takes your lead. Let’s discuss what to say and how to get your money!
Response and responsibility, who’s is it? How you respond to this podcast is none of my business. I’m responsible for ensuring what I put out their is what I am to say in that moment. We are only responsible for what we can control. How so? Let’s chat!
Today’s episode I discuss what’s happening behind the scenes and how we’re adjusting. This applies to both solo and team virtual assistant business models. The key: remember it’s your ball, your court. Let’s discuss!
Are you working to be great at everything in your business and even your life? If you think back to when you were in school you’ll recall the whole concept of being a “well-rounded” student. They really had us trying to be great at everything from the classroom, to the field, to service. In this episode, we discuss how that affects us today in business and what we can do to no longer live by that philosophy; instead, do life focusing on our strengths. Let’s discuss!