This included the hours I would work email list, my fee structure, how I would handle different clients situations, illness/vacation, etc. - basically ALL of the details of how email list I would run my business. I highly recommend that you take the time to outline your standards as well. It's your business, so the way you work and operate your email list business should be reflective of and work for you.
After doing this you'll be clear about email list your boundaries and can then easily (and tactfully) share them with your clients to ensure that you are supported and protected to email list do your best work. 4) Fine tune your marketing systems email list - Some Virtual Assistants have a bad habit of only marketing their business when they need a new client. That is a big no-no!
As a business owner, you should email list only be spending your time on two things - 1) serving your clients and 2) marketing your business. If you don't have a marketing system in place - meaning a strategic plan for how to consistently present your services/solutions to your ideal email list clients and enroll them in your practice, then now is the time to implement one. You should be regularly attending networking events where your ideal clients email list hang out, following up on leads, engaging in social media and pursuing other effective marketing strategies.