If you’ve done any research on starting a virtual assistant business, your mind is probably spinning! There’s so much information out there that it’s difficult to know what is true and where to start. This can cause information overload and analysis paralysis.
As a virtual assistant mentor, I don’t like hearing about anyone being stuck. That’s why I’m here to break down common myths about starting a VA business and get you back on your path to creating one that makes you feel excited and free!
You only have a few seconds to grab someone’s attention when they land on your website or social media platform. With the wrong look, you could potentially lose a client! (No pressure, right?!)
Branding doesn’t have to be complicated, however. In this post, I’ll cover the elements you need to have in place and some fun projects that you can do to create the perfect brand for your business.
Your virtual assistant business can slow down for many different reasons. Perhaps a client leaves and you haven’t found one to replace them yet. Or maybe your clients have cut back on hours temporarily because of the season or some other reason.
Regardless of the circumstance, if you find that your biz has slowed down a bit, don’t freak out! There are several things you can do to make your business stronger and healthier while waiting for it to pick back up.
Blogging can be an excellent way to build your website traffic, show your expertise, and get clients. It’s considered a long-term marketing strategy which means it may not result in immediate results. I like to think of it as “planting seeds”. Eventually, you will reap the rewards.
In this post, I’ll be covering some of my top blogging tips to help you write posts that grab your ideal client’s attention and convert them into clients.
Feeling nervous about asking a new client for money upfront before doing any work for them? In this post, you’ll learn why it’s a good idea to invoice your client right away (and when it’s ok to wait).
People who write out their goals are more likely to achieve them.
But guess what? Writing them down is NOT enough!
You have to take consistent action in order to reach them. My favorite tool to do this is a planner.
Check out the three planners I use regularly in my business to help me reach my goals.