How To Build Rapport With A Potential Client

2020-04-28T20:50:38+10:00July 24th, 2017|

Being able to build rapport with a potential client at an initial meeting is something all VAs are hoping for. If you have a great first meeting and have 'that feeling' that you can work well together, that’s a healthy sign for the longevity of your working relationship. So how do you get to that

5 Great Reasons Why It Is Okay Not To Be Liked

2020-04-28T20:50:50+10:00July 17th, 2017|

My Mum always said, "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink". The same can be said for potential clients of your Virtual Assistant business. You can meet with them, do your best to get them on board, but they don't need to hire you. While I agree with what

3 Ways You Can Handle Money Discussions With Clients

2020-04-28T20:51:02+10:00July 10th, 2017|

When it comes to talking money with a potential client, we often sound nervous, unsure, and we are willing to bargain based on their reaction to our price. There are 3 ways you can handle money discussions like a pro virtual assistant. Picture this, you're on your way to meet with your potential client, or

Online Groups – Why We Like To Watch

2020-04-28T20:51:12+10:00July 3rd, 2017|

If I was a betting person, I would bet that you belong to several online groups within Facebook or Linkedin, and maybe, just maybe, you might check in on them now and then when you have nothing better to do. Would I be right? So why do we click JOIN when we have no intention