Adaptation of new ideas bring increased success
Be the Chameleon for Change
Have you ever clung to a great service knowing that time is running out on its effectiveness? Did you have a twinge of guilt for contemplating leaving for a newer service? It's a common phenomenon and one with which you must weigh the pros and cons for switching.
You might consider:
- Current ROI on expenditure vs. anticipated revenue for the new venue
- Current audience vs. anticipated expanded audience
- Decreased pace of learning vs. accelerated learning bringing new opportunities
Your answer is usually very clear as to which direction to take. This is true for career advancement too. In my own case, years ago, I experienced a severe headache and stomach ache for an entire week contemplating taking a new job. This should have been the indicator to which i paid attention and not have switched. This employment became a nightmare. However, other switches where it made very good sense proved to be wise moves.
In the case of utilizing one virtual assistant for a period of time and then recognizing another will provide more current services, it's also difficult to face up to the fact you need to leave the first. In some cases you may wish pose the question of what to do before you drift off to sleep and "sleep on it". Frequently, by morning, the answer will come.
The good news is once you have made the decision to move on, cleared your conscience and are happy about your decision, you will be free to be open to all new possible opportunities. As you have this freedom, the ability to develop business, move with greater confidence and expand services and products will be at your will.
Your clientele will take note receiving the marketing communication message that you are a go-getter. In turn, you will develop business at a far more rapid rate or as a job seeker, you will attract attention more readily. It will be easier to build relationships with prospects, hiring managers, and clients.
You will be led to the Smooth Sale!