People are different in many ways, thus, making every one unique from each other. There are times that you will be in your worst state, and that is also the perfect time to remember your purpose and appreciate what you have. Today, Bottleneck Distant Assistants (BNDA) CEO Jaime Jay and COO Sara Knox share their challenges and wins. They also share some of the thoughts they got from meeting amazing people to talk about how to embrace being different from others.
Overcoming Personal Challenges
Jaime shares that he had an opportunity to talk with Shari Lueck, a life coach that helps people that are struggling to live a good life. He says that he could relate to some of her challenges and how she overcomes them. As everyone has their own personal challenges, he encourages everyone to check out and read Shari’s book called My Skeletons Have Names.
“It was a really neat conversation that I had with her. It is so very helpful to many of us out there that are struggling with personal challenges because it affects us in every way — personal, business, everything.” – Jaime Jay
Hire a Remote-based Coordinator
Going in with their usual week in review routine, Sara first shares her eye-opening experience in visiting an endodontist. She says that it tested her patience because she was anxious and nervous at the same time, and she had to fill out forms. So, Sara and Jaime encourage medical practitioners to hire a remote-based patient coordinator so that problems like this won’t happen.
“I highly recommend that you send out this information via email and have a form that’s filled out in advance, and then the patient can fill it out and send it back to you, then you can communicate to them so everybody can plan.” – Sara Knox
Learning New Things
Moving on from the challenges, Jaime shares that he is starting the journey of writing his book with 2731 words so far. He says that it was a great opportunity because it pushed him to reach out to other people to talk about growing business. He also says that he learned a lot of new things about being a leader and going beyond the resume.
“It’s really neat because I’m challenging myself to learn new and different ideas and concepts and processes from other professionals around here. So, it kind of opened my eyes there, and I met a lot of really cool people, so I just want to say thanks to them.” – Jaime Jay
To know more about BNDA CEO Jaime Jay and COO Sara Knox and their week in review at Bottleneck Distant Assistants, watch this episode.
Jaime and Sara run a business that helps business owners alleviate the mundane details of their daily lives that free them up to do their best work. The company is called Bottleneck Virtual Assistants. Jaime and Sara are a married couple who enjoys spending time together playing hockey, boating, spending time with family and friends, and traveling. They also love their dog, Nikita.
Sara and Jaime went out on their back porch on this beautiful sunny day in Springfield, MO. From their back deck, they talk about all the workflows they are putting in place, building a great culture within their organization from a distant relationship – or remote-based environment. They discuss the challenges, but they also enjoy the successes.
They have recently launched the ‘ALL NEW BOTTLENECK’ in a brand new category called ‘DEDICATED DISTANT ASSISTANTS’. Bottleneck Virtual Assistants is the world’s first Dedicated Distant Assistant company.
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