Lack of Action and the Bottom Line

Lack of Action and the Bottom LineVA TIP: Tell your clients what programs you have available to use. The client may have additional work for you once he or she hears that you have a specific program.
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You never know. Some clients just might have more projects/tasks for you to work on if they knew more fully what you offered.


Ah hem…I’m speaking to myself here, too, as I’ve yet to get my services page on my website, which is already a couple of years old. No wonder clients are surprised that I know  or do ‘that, too.’

I also have a new website, The VA Authority. I just renewed the domain and only recently (as in a couple of days ago) even put up a page that says the site is under construction. This week I set a goal that I will have The VA Authority up and running by this summer.

I have come to understand that constantly shooting oneself in the foot by a lack of properly following through not only hurts your bottom line, but also slows, if not halts, one’s progression. I’m ready stop hurting my bottom line and start making progress!

How about you? Is there something you need to do to start moving forward on with regards to your business or company? What lack of action on your part is hurting your bottom line? I challenge you today to bite the bullet, set a deadline for completion and make it happen!

Look for my new products and services page to be up on this website within a week.

Posted in General Business.

Pebbles Jacobo

Pebbles Jacobo, A&P Virtual Enterprises, began working from home as a VA (Virtual Assistant) several years ago. Jacobo enjoys working with clients in various fields, but specializes in working with Christian speakers, authors, and ministries.