Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Just signed up to start using to post to all my social sites at once.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Should You Become a Virtual Assistant?

I was recently interviewed by Sharon Reed Abboud who just released her new book, All Moms Work.

Here's the entire interview on her blog.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Thank You All Around!

From March 6 through March 20, 2009 I was in the hospital. Many thanks to everyone who supported me and my business during this very challenging time.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

ALL MOMS WORK:Short-term Career Strategies for Long-range Success

My friend, Sharon Reed Abboud, has published a book, All Moms Work: Short-term Career Strategies for Long-range Success. Cheryl Stein, Canada’s person coach says, “As a career coach and consultant I will be putting this book on all my clients’ reading lists.”

This book helps moms keep their skills, contacts, and resumes fresh; earn serious money while working primarily from home; and transistion back to professional part-time or full-time employment when they’re ready.

Sharon is offering a 35% prepublication discount. Just click on this link to go right to ALL MOMS WORK on the website, click on “Add to Cart” and in the Shopping Cart type in the code WORK04, and proceed to checkout.

Sharon hopes this book gives everyone some great new ideas for meeting career and financial goals in these hard times.

I’ve place an order for my copy and encourage you to do the same.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Follow Up With Your Prospects

Follow up is important in converting prospects to clients. Too often though we are afraid to follow up too soon or too often, thinking we may turn the prospect off. However, you can stay on your prospects mind in ways that do not require them to make an immediate decision.

You may have written an article, newsletter, or blog post that would be of interest to them. Send it. If you notice they've posted something, acknowledge it. Learn more about them and their business, do some research and then send them some information you feel would benefit them in their business.

Take a sincere, personal interest in them and their needs and provide valuable information to them. They'll come knocking when they need you!