Good morning Readers and welcome!
Well, well, well. After 32 weeks of powering away at the keyboard writing this blog I have finally developed “writer’s blog(ck)”! (Yip, couldn’t resist that, sorry). I have googled it, and don’t find the expression on line, so guess it is mine.
As I am busy typing away, I have Wimbledon going in the background on the TV. (I am not watching, only listening – that’s supposed to make me feel better).
Watching (yes, I’ve stopped listening) Wimbledon, seeing the players from all over the world, all concentrating on a little luminous yellow ball that needs to be controlled and placed and spun and basically hammered, all the time jumping around, lying prostrate on the ground, doing the splits because of a slippery surface, all because of a trophy that is a player’s dream since they were kids, is actually quite amazing. Of course, if you love tennis, you wouldn’t see it that way. And yes, I do love tennis. At the end of it all, as I see it, the motto is “Keep your eye on the ball”!
As a VA, how many times haven’t we taken our eyes off the ball? We pick ourselves up again and move on to that beautiful trophy on the display table (our monthly income). We need to give it our all to keep our clients happy, to keep ourselves educated and stay at the top of our game, compete head to head for other VA’s (sometimes); let’s face it, being a VA is quite a different ball game!!
Here is a tribute to a GREAT player:
You always want to win. That is why you play tennis, because you love the sport and try to be the best you can at it. Roger Federer
See you on line,