Mar 20, 2023 | Authentic, Business, Connection, Happiness, Identity, Intention, Relationships
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.
Oct 24, 2022 | Business, Client, Connection, Relationships, Systems
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:
Oct 17, 2022 | Business, Community, Connection, Family, Inspiration, Parenting, Stress Relief, Understanding
The other day, I was feeling like a pretty bad mom.
From the minute we woke up, it was go-time for taking the tiny one to the sitter’s, doing school, running errands, going to our appointments, then following up with working until 2:30 am to get my client work completed as promised.
Sep 19, 2022 | Check In, Connection, Family, Parenting, Present
When we’re raising our white flag, sometimes it’s hard not checking out too.
After a long day, a long week, goodness, a long month, allll we really want is to relax, regroup, think of nothing, and do nothing.
That’s okay. We simply must keep in mind that we need to not check out when our kiddos need us. That doesn’t mean fix the mom-hearing (you have to know what I’m talking about here).
Sep 5, 2022 | Connection, Date, Family, Happiness, Parenting
When you think of date nights, do you immediately think of dressing up and going somewhere fancy that maybe even put leftovers in swan foils?
That is not at all what I mean.
Jul 18, 2022 | Business, Connection, Inspiration, Lessons, Vulnerability
How do you see vulnerability: strength or weakness? The view on being vulnerable has been taking a bit of a turn lately, from what I’ve seen.
Where it used to be commonplace to “suck it up” or not overshare, we are realizing the impact of those decisions.
While I admittedly have a sign that says “suck it up, buttercup” on my bookshelf, I try to convey the importance of voicing your opinion and feelings in this house. Consequences are part of the “suck it up” portion in my eyes.