In this week’s episode a share how to determine what type business entity to choose, rethinking your services, and what really attracts money to your business.
This week it’s all about the MONEY! How comfortable are you talking about it?
It’s one thing to write it down your numbers, it’s another to say them, especially the ones that make you the most nervous.
In this episode we discuss:
The true value you bring as a service provider
Why charging hourly is to your disadvantage
Why you should not discount yourself
My big frustration and more!
In this week’s episode, I answer a fear you may have as well about getting started in your virtual assistant business. See how you can start building your client roster while working full time.
In this week’s podcast episode, we discuss the change of season and what we can do to finish the year strong.
Your thoughts, ideas, and dreams are destined to be more than private notes in your journal.
It’s time to activate them and bring them to life! Start the birthing process in the last two and half months of this year.
It takes nine months for a baby to develop in the womb. How long do you expect it to take you to develop and grow a business?
Have you been hesitant to take on clients or projects because you’re afraid of doing it wrong or afraid of the response you’ll get? This fear may be what’s keeping you from getting started in your virtual assistant business. If this is the case, you just have to move forward and do it while you’re afraid. You may even be surprised by the positive response you get, which will make you excited to take on more.
We’ve got a couple of topics to dive into for this episode. The first one is staying focused and moving towards your dream, especially if that is to build your own virtual assistant business. This means being prepared for obstacles, even when you are taking steps in the right direction. Also, make sure that you aren’t waiting for other people’s approval before you go after the things you’ve been wanting to do.
During this episode, I’ll catch you up on what has been going on since we last spoke. One thing is I have switched to a new model for how I work with clients. Even though we are virtual, having that face to face connection with a client makes a huge difference in your business and working relationship. If you are interested in incorporating more of this in your own business, I’ll share a tool that can help with that.
This is part two to last week’s episode where I share four additional tips on having a backup for your computer to keep the ball rolling in your virtual assistant business. If you don’t already have an extra computer at home, think about what you could use as your computer backup. You just never know what could happen with technology and the tools you need to run your business, so it’s good to be prepared.
Having a good working computer is necessary for a virtual assistant, but imagine if you couldn’t get into your computer one day. If you had to use another computer, would you have everything you need to continue doing your client work? I’ll share the frustrating experience I had recently with my computer that reminded me why it’s so important to have a backup and not be dependent on one computer.