Saying Yes to Jobs
Why are we not raising our hands and putting our names in the hat for these jobs? There are so many jobs going unfilled. So here’s a little pep talk so you can see the value of what you bring to the table, even if you don’t meet all the requirements.
What I’m seeing is this waiting around for the perfect job description. It’s such a weird place to be because, on one hand, you’re self-employed. You don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do. But it’s also the reality of when you’re starting out, you kind of just have to say yes and do the work.
Listen in as I share:
- How to push out of your comfort zone
- The power of being available to help
- 4 R’s you need to do as a digital service provider
Hesitating to raise your hand for a job opportunity isn’t going to make you successful in this online space. You have to be willing to go for it, even if you’re uncomfortable. You don’t have to wait to be perfectly ready to say yes.
The Virtual Writer with Michelle Hunter — an 8-week high-touch, intensive writing experience for virtual assistants to learn how to deliver highly-valued copywriting services and position themselves as a writing assistant and copywriter. Runs April 3-June 19, join the waitlist here.
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