Tune Into My Interview on BlogTalkRadio with LaToya Haynes

The lovely LaToya Haynes has invited me for a live interview on her BlogTalkRadio show this Friday, and you’re invited.

Here are the details for tuning in:

Fabulous Careers, Doing What You Love

BlogTalkRadio show with host LaToya Haynes of Driven Results VP

Date: Friday, April 18, 2014
Time: 11a PDT | 12p MDT | 1p CDT | 2p EDT (U.S.)
(Need time zone conversion, go to TimeAndDate.com)
Duration: 1 hour

Tune in this Friday: http://tobtr.com/s/6329503

Want to know what marketing terms could be sending the wrong clients instead of ideal clients in your administrative consulting practice? Are you struggling with how to charge your clients in your practice?

Tune in this Friday when I’ll be providing tips and strategies to get your business going in the right direction. Your questions are welcome!

“See” you there. 🙂

2 Responses

  1. Sue Anderson says:

    Great radio interview today with LaToya! You presented a clear panoramic view of Administrative Consultants in contrast to VA’s. Like LaToya, I have been referring to myself as a Virtual Professional, but realize that this term is still too nebulous. What do you think: is the virtual support industry sifting itself into strata? For example, there are those who provide general admin tasks; those who manage projects; those who specialize in particular aspects of business, offering consultation and support; online business managers, who may supervise larger organizations, multiple projects and numerous contractors. What do you see evolving?

  2. Hi Sue 🙂

    Thanks so much! Glad you could listen in.

    Hmm, how to answer this? I’m focused on the administrative support business. So, I’m not interested in how any of that other stuff evolves. It’s just not the same thing. What I always say is that administrative support is not “general.” It’s a specific expertise and relationship with clients in and of itself. Using the word “general” carries with it a diminishing quality and it’s a word I always advise people in our industry never to use. Because when you diminish the work, that also predisposes clients to devaluing it as well and they don’t want to pay professional fees. It’s not the work you want to be focusing on anyway. It’s the RESULTS and outcomes that clients experience from the work, and how it improves their businesses and lives. And those things are anything but general. Do you see what I mean?

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