Sometimes I forget I have this tattoo…
Before a family trip, my sister got me to agree to getting matching tattoos.
I never wanted a tattoo, but I’m grateful to have this testament to the strong bond and relationship we have created.
This represents a piece of the support I have around me in my life for pursuing my passions.
Who are those pieces for you? I’d love to hear about yours (share a picture if you can!).
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Want to know the 2 biggest lessons I learned working with 100+ clients?
First, I have to call myself out for the tendency to undershoot to avoid lying. 😂😂 When I say over 100 clients, it’s likely been more. But I don’t like making a claim that I’m not certain is something I can back up and support.
From working with so many amazing small businesses and entrepreneurs, you could say I learned a thing or two. Let me share two of the biggest lessons I learned through the journey:
Holding down the fort can be quite a feat at times.
When you bear the weight of caring for the household, raising the children, and other daily duties while your significant other travels or works long, long hours, it can feel incredibly lonely and isolating.
We often forget how to enjoy the little moments when we deal with daily chaos.
Each day is an opportunity to make memories and seek joy.
Happiness is fleeting and can be reached in different ways for everyone.
In business (and life), it’s important to be authentic, make connections, and build a foundation for yourself on values.
When you show your true colors and connect with others in a very real way, you draw in those who become invested in YOU and, therefore, what you have to offer.
Do you know at least 3 ways to have a successful client relationship?
One key ingredient to creating a strong business is the relationship you establish between yourself and your client or customer.
Fostering that relationship can be done by numerous paths. I have found the path that works best for me.
My suggestions for 3 ways to have a successful virtual assistant-client relationship are as follows: