Get your mojo back and love your business

Lost your mojo? Not sure if you love your business anymore?

It can be all too easy to lose focus, drift off from your original plans, get frustrated, be disappointed that things aren’t moving fast enough, lose your mojo and to simply fall out of love with your business.

When you’re self-employed, your business often becomes your life. Sometimes it can be tiring especially if you don’t have any downtime or are going though a rough patch.

So here are some savvy tips to wake up your mojo and help you fall back in love with your small business…

Get focused on the bigger picture

So many women get stuck in a rut after they’ve been running their business for a little while. You need to constantly focus on where you want to go with your business and why are you are self-employed in the first place.

In one of my courses we create a vision board so you know exactly what you’re aiming for. Think about the bigger picture and your long-term goals then work towards them day-in, day-out, in your business.

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Speak to your ideal customers

All too often small businesses are so desperate for someone (anyone) to buy what they sell, that they try marketing to everybody to get whatever sales they can. But that doesn’t always lead to a happy business if you’re serving people you don’t really want to be working with or just don’t relate to those customers or clients.

Think about who you really want to be working with and literally go and chat to them (on and off-line) to find out what they want from your business, get to understand them and their needs, then start talking to them in your marketing and social media posts.

Take time out from your business

When self-employed, especially if you’re the only person in the business, it can be hard to switch off with your mind on your work 24/7.

Self-employment gives you the opportunity to create your own schedule and work flexibly around your family. Use this opportunity to build things you love into your day, week, month and year. Take time out each week for yourself, do things you love, include time for relaxation and exercise to keep your body and mind healthy and strong. This will be reflected in your business as you’ll be more happy when working on it.

Put these into practice, you’ll start loving your business more and get your mojo back.

Why Every Business Owner Needs a VA Sidekick!

Why would you need a wing-woman like me in your life you ask?

The answer is that every business owner could do with a Virtual Assistant waiting in the wings to provide all the support that you and your business needs – a bit like how Batman has Robin!

Norfolk’s Admin Superwoman is here to lend a hand with all your admin and PA-related tasks! Are you still wondering if a Virtual Assistant could really help you?!

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Here are the 10 main reasons why you need a Virtual Assistant (VA) in your life:

  1. A Virtual Assistant has a wide variety of skill-sets which can be used to complete almost any task, both administrative and technical.
  2. A VA works remotely from their home or personal office, which frees you from having to set up a separate office space with furniture and equipment to house an extra employee.
  3. Since your VA works remotely, you’ll never be held up by your own schedule or unforeseen problems in the office.
  4. You’re not responsible for employee-related expenses, such as tax and benefits – all you have to pay are the VA’s fees for services according to the terms of their contract.
  5. Communication via email or phone is easy so you are always able to get in touch when something is needed – no more chasing down employees that you suddenly realise are on holiday!
  6. With a VA handling your event planning, coordinating and scheduling you can participate more in trade shows, meetings and networking to make beneficial connections within your industry and potential customers.
  7. As a business owner you will be less stressed by all the admin piling up, and your VA can use their skills, knowledge and specialisms to streamline tasks and make your business run more efficiently.
  8. You can take advantage of a Virtual Assistants expertise to implement fresh marketing methods that expand the reach of your brand to a new set of customers.
  9. You are free to look at the bigger picture and direction of your business, and with the cash you save on paying employee expenses you can reinvest in the business – encouraging its growth!
  10. With a VA completing lots of your back office and operational tasks your time is freed up to run and manage your business – and move it forward to further success!