In this week’s episode we discuss how searchable you are if a client were searching on social media. Learn how clients are searching along with their concerns once they find you. Also, join me in a 30 day reading for successful women. This will help us think differently as we move forward in our virtual assistant businesses.
In this episode, I give three questions to ask yourself as you’re looking back at 2019. It’s important to give our businesses an honest review and move forward in what we’ve learned the previous year. Let’s dive in!
This week is my favorite type episode. It’s where I get to answer your questions.
I received one question asking how to choose a basic computer if you’re just getting started and another question regarding getting paid for hours not worked.
Plus I give the rundown of what will be happening the remainder of the year and into 2020.
Let’s discuss in this week’s episode.
Today’s episode I’m sharing three quick tips on how to know that what you’re doing is right for you. There are tons of services we can offer our clients, however how do we decipher what’s best? Here are three things to observe about yourself as you are working with clients. Discover whether your work or client is killing your energy or recharging it in this week’s episode.
The following question came in over the holidays: “I want to become a virtual assistant. I have no idea, how to start, where to go or how to plan it. I am completely lost.” Let’s chat about it!
This week’s episode is a little different. When I started recording I had no clue what the main topic would be, however I knew I had to speak with you. I’m sharing a variety of things.
It’s an honest ramble about the holidays, business, and life. It truly is an off the cuff conversation where I’m sharing thoughts that I couldn’t set aside to record this week’s episode. When that happens, I know what I have to share is important.
This episode dives into the courage of being different. The fact that you’re a business owner or want to be one is different from the norm. It’s not easy. It’s not something that everyone can do. Many cannot handle being rejected or standing out like a sore thumb in the midst of their friends. However, for those who embrace who they are, will succeed at being themselves. Let’s dive into!
It’s a Weekend Roundup where I discuss themes that came up and lessons learned. There were three different themes that came up this week: making mistakes, knowing when you need to care for yourself, and accepting responsibility.
In this week’s episode, we’re planning out November. With less than 60 days for the end of the decade and entering the holiday season, it’s important that we plan ahead. Looking at your calendar map out certain important dates and blocks of time based on what you have planned for the month for both personal and professional. Grab your calendar, let’s discuss further.
This week, let’s talk about the best place to find clients. The best place will be different for everyone. However, there are four places we all should be looking for clients. First, let’s talk about how we’d market a new brick and mortar store. Is it any different from opening a virtual assistant business online? Let’s discuss.