Time. You can spend it managing tasks you dislike or you can put them in our capable hands so you can grow your business faster! Only you can be the face of your company. Every minute that you’re stuck doing busy work means less facetime with prospective clients and customers. Virtually Here can rescue the priceless time that you need to close more deals and experience more freedom.
Education/Certifications: Master Certified by Constant Contact
Types Of Clients: Virtually Here originally provided Virtual Assistance, but we’ve evolved into your one-stop-shop for all your business support needs.
Favorite Part About My Job: Every day is different; I get to solve problems and help my clients make their business exce
Steadfast Do's and Don'ts: Do network—not just to get business, but to learn from other business owners. When you’re starting out, it’s a valuable asset. Don’t try to do it all yourself—you’ll never be able to. You need to actively pursue finding the right work/life balance. Decide to take time for yourself. Do be transparent. In customer service, you have to be transparent and communicate clearly. Don’t just focus on your bottom line: if bottom line is your sole focus, you’re never going to grow. Your business is a much bigger entity than that one number—grow holistically. Don’t just sell when you are promoting your business—give content away. Be the business customers flock to because they know you won’t hold information back. Do create strategic partnerships with other businesses. Especially if you’re a solopreneur, the only other people you have to talk to are business owners and clients. Build strategic partnerships so you have people to bounce ideas off of.
Most important qualities of a good leader: Listening, being open to advice and criticism, being a good teacher, decisiveness and good communication.
My Advice for women starting their careers: You may feel the world is against your success; realize that women are strong, we can do anything we put our mind to. We are strong, powerful women—we can do it. Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t.
Advice I wish I'd had (or had followed): Don’t try to grow your business too fast. We all want to succeed, but if we try to push it or move it too fast, it’s not going to work. Forcing growth before you're ready for it will backfire on you.
Quote I live By: “We cannot become what we want to be by remaining what we are.” -Max De Pree
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