5 Key Habits You Should Implement in Your VA Business

Updated: Jun 20



Here are five habits for everyone, regardless of whether you own a small business or an enterprise. Easily implement any of these practices into your business for a productive day when you find yourself feeling like you have too much on your plate—or don’t have the time to make your most important decisions.


1) Doing something other than writing emails or responding to voicemails


Have a dedication to doing something distract-free every single day. One great way to ensure that you’re spending a minimum of 20 minutes on the things that matter in your life outside of “business stuff” is by adding a hobby function to your phone. Whether that means practicing guitar, polishing off a bath scrub novel, or immersing yourself in whatever type of Disney-inspired Netflix show you can get yourself caught up on, getting together with friends or family and taking a leisurely stroll is a great way to spend quality time with those you love and make priceless memories.


2) Do something absolutely shocking.


Whatever your everyday task may be, endeavor to accomplish it with enormous output. Take on the seemingly impossible items and see how many days in a row you can do it before you’re required to commit to rehabbing a skeletal structure rather than watching infomercials. It will take persistence, planning that needs to have a deadline, and a will to see things through no matter the obstacles.


3) Delegate or Outsource


There’s no shame in getting some help from others! In order to be successful, you have to look at the big picture. When you have too much on your plate, delegate tasks to other people who are capable of handling them. This also applies outside of your business. There are many services that can help you take care of the things you don't like doing. Hate Social Media Marketing? Hire a Social Media Manager.


4) Set Goals


What do you want your future to look like? Consider where you would like to be in the next 10 years. In five years, even. Maybe you want a new car? A promotion? Moving to a new city? What about a new pet? Personal and professional goals should be considered, whatever they may be. Goals that seem full of uncertainty or that are a long way away can still have steps taken toward them. Giving your goals some thought is the first step in achieving them.


5) Stand by your Brand


While providing customers with the best value, business owners should also make it their priority to be a part of their local community. Supporting schools and charities is an excellent way to build your reputation as a successful business owner who values more than just the bottom line. By participating in your community, you can provide value to those around you and ultimately build an incredible reputation.


With the advent of technology, it can seem like keeping up with your personal life and your business are two different worlds. There are, however, a few habits that will help you in both. James Clear's Atomic Habits is a must-read for anyone looking to make lasting changes in their life. Though it may seem daunting, even small adjustments can make a big difference in the long run.


Much success,

Lovelee Occasions & Etc.



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