In this week’s episode, I share something I’ve never shared with you before. It’s an example of how exploring can lead you into something you never thought you’d be doing. Your virtual assistant business is not the end, it may be the beginning of something for you. Allow yourself the opportunity to think beyond what’s in front of you. This is the unexpected second half of the exploration episode. Let’s discuss!
Exploring is a great way to learn more about a personal interest, business service or future client. In this week’s episode I’m sharing some ways to explore ideas that you haven’t acted on or if you’re not sure what, where do you go to find out. Let’s discuss it in this week’s episode!
This episode discusses unplugging on a daily base in order to stay focused and unplugging for the sake of relaxing while on vacation. Either way, it’s important we set boundaries on what we allow to disrupt our work or peace. We get to decide. I’m also sharing the best thing I could have done on Facebook that eliminates distractions. All about unplugging, let’s discuss it!
In this episode, I give one a question that could easily get missed in your discovery calls with potential clients. It may come up in conversation automatically, however if it doesn’t, be sure to ask. Listen to everything the person says, this will give you an idea of what it’s like to work with them, how they’ll work with you as their virtual assistant and much more! Let’s discuss it.
In this episode, I give ten qualifications for being a virtual assistant business owner. It does not include degrees, certifications, or even skills. Everything on the list has everything to do with you as a person. You can learn skills as you go, however this list of ten is not something that can be taught. You have it or you don’t. I’ll go ahead and give it away that if you’re listening to this podcast, you are qualified. Take a listen and let me know, are you qualified?
In today’s episode we discuss some of the pros and cons of being a virtual assistant. When I think back on when I first started, I was really focused on the freedom and flexibility. Working from home was a big dream where as today it come to be expected. Thinking about it now, I wonder if I would have event started this journey had I known about this list. Is it worth it? Let’s discuss.
In this week’s episode, we dive into your money goal and how reachable is it. Early this year, we looked at our business numbers to help in determining this years goals. Now that you have the number, how reachable is it if you are solo in business plus these three important things. Let’s discuss!
In this week’s episode we discuss one big idea I had to let go of in order to grow my business. You may be dealing with this as well. Once you’re able to see clearly for yourself and business, it makes for better networking, discovery alls, and new clients.
Let’s dive in!
In this episode, find out three things potential clients need to know before hiring you as their virtual assistant. Not only do they need to know it, you need to know it as well by asking in your discovery calls.
By finding out these three things, you’ll learn how your client works, whether or not they are ready to work with you, and if they’ll be a good fit for you and your virtual assistant business.
Let’s get into it!
In this episode, I discuss three tips to help you move from employee to owner. Let’s begin by going backwards. It’s been years since I’ve done this and I’m happy to share with you the highest watched and listened episodes for The Business of Being a Virtual Assistant. Thanks so much for being a part of our community. Here’s how you voted for the top five episodes of 2021.
These are based on most listens/reach/views on all or the majority of platforms this podcast can be found such as Facebook, iTunes, YouTube, Website.