“Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by eliminating our weaknesses.” — Marilyn von Savant, highest recorded IQ in the Guinness Book of Records. I am by far not weak, but I need to stop focusing on my lack of graphic design experience, stop comparing myself, and focus on what I am good at and make … Continue reading The Whole Picture
Instead of basing everything off of my 20 year history and experience, I need to step my game up and change my formula. While the experience is important, in this world it may not be enough because I am in all manner "New". I opened my doors in January 2018 with an idea that I … Continue reading Formula for Success?
As inspired per Lauren Eliz Love's Facebook post this morning, I had an epiphany. I can't influence or gain clients unless I am looking at myself and asking what do I need to work on? I am the product in my business endeavor, being a Virtual Assistant is personal to me. I love what I do … Continue reading What is my Product? ME!
Thumbtack link to Mrs Whittaker-Woody Profile PRSIST, back in 2001, I bought my first car, without any help except a referral to the Car Dealer from @MarshaMHays. That was my license plate, I loved it, it meant so much to get that Saturn SL1 all by my self. I remember that like it was yesterday, … Continue reading Persist
"Motivation is good for about 15 minutes, but what you actually need is discipline which is good permanently " @jockowollink via Twitter I totally agree, while I am motivated to keep my VA Business going, I can see where the 15 minutes loses its place in my mind and my discipline takes over and keeps me on my grind. Discipline keeps … Continue reading Motivation vs. Discipline