In this week’s episode, I ask three important questions as it relates to your commitment level. It sounds great and looks great for us to give ourselves the title of owner. However, what does that truly entail and what sacrifices are necessary in order to be the owners we wish to be in our virtual assistant business.
Recently I’ve been getting questions or better yet comments related to confidence. Information is great, training is great, however confidence is where some are falling short. This week I’m sharing my secret for building confidence in your virtual assistant business. It’s time to stop letting that get in your way. This ends today after listening to this week’s epsiode…
This week’s episode is a Summer check-in to see where you are in your virtual assistant business. There are highs and lows, ebbs and flows in every business. However, during the Summer we tend to put ourselves in a certain mode. And whichever mode that is, it’s okay. Fast forward, break, cruise controls, which mode are you in currently…
Let’s discuss further…
In this week’s episode we discuss getting outside of our comfort zones. In fact, the very recording of this is me getting outside of my own comfort zone. I encourage you to push yourself more so you can go higher and get to the level you want in your business. Let’s discuss further…
In this week’s episode we discuss how to select the right clients for your business using three criteria.
You may have heard some say you should not be picky when you start off, however that’s not my philosophy.
Desperation only makes for a worse situation. And I get it, starting your own business is scary, there are no guarantees or provided health insurance. HOWEVER, you’re setting a foundation for your business.
The clients you take on today become referrers of your service. Do you want more of clients you took on out of desperation or clients that truly match with your morals and values, communication style, and work style.
Let’s chat more in this week’s episode.
In this week’s episode I share about our new Facebook page for the podcast and answer a listener question related to pricing structure. How do you charge when it’s an ongoing client and not a project? Is it best to get a deposit upfront? We discuss this and more!
In today’s episode, we’re talking about setting boundaries related to your hours in a client agreement.
Is is it important to note when you work and when you don’t? Thinking from a business owner’s perspective is very important as there is a way an owner handles this situation vs an employee.
Excited to see another listener question came in and it’s all about where to start.
She wants to know if she needs a website to get started or should she go with the Upwork Challenge to start instead? Should her first step be her portfolio? She wants to ensure that she’s doing things in the right order.
She is not alone, not too long ago another listener said she wasn’t ready for Upwork because she didn’t have a portfolio. Let’s dive into this and help everyone get started today!
It’s time to have some fun, be creative, and take it back to childhood if you had imaginary playmates.
If you joined us in February I made a big 😳 Apologies and love to you 🤗. I share it in this week’s episode along with a question that came in via email.
Here’s the summary of it:
With some many options to choose from when it comes to virtual assistant services, plus all that you want to learn, where should you start?
PLUS a tip in determining your rates for a project such as email support.
It’s amazing how one thing you allow to creep into your life stops you from accomplishing your goal of starting a virtual assistant business. For example, overthinking keeps us from moving forward as a result we take no action. These five things are keeping you from accomplishing what you set out to do. No More! Become conscious of it and consciously do something different.