As I was looking over my business for 2019, I realized how much things have changed since I first got started. My business looks COMPLETELY different than it did five years ago!
I’ve gone from doing primarily client work to focusing a lot more on my digital products and passive income streams. Instead of doing everything myself, I now have an amazing team to help me grow my business.
As a VA, you have options. Client work doesn’t HAVE to be your only income stream. You CAN make money without clients!
McKella Sawyer is a writer who has built her virtual assistant business by following her passion. Read her top tips for running a business, saying no, and setting boundaries!
Introverts make wonderful entrepreneurs and virtual assistants! Running a home-based business gives you the freedom to use your energy levels wisely and the option of creating a business that works for you. Check out these tips for introverted virtual assistants to help you navigate your own VA biz.
You snagged a new client, did an amazing job for them, and now the project is complete…or is it?
Before you say thanks and adios, there’s one more thing you need to do. This one step often gets overlooked by VAs, and yet it has the potential to help you land even MORE clients.
Stumped on what to get your client for Christmas, a birthday, or another special occasion? Take a look at these client gift suggestions, all under $25!
Starting a virtual assistant business doesn’t have to be expensive! Here are my favorite free tools for new virtual assistants so you can make money!
Curious about the type of services you can offer as a new virtual assistant? Looking to add a new service to your existing menu of VA services? Want to pivot from specializing in a particular service to one that’s a better fit for you and the clients you want to attract?
I got you boo! You’re going to love this list of service ideas!
Is it scary and uncomfortable to break up with a client? Yes.
Are you the only virtual assistant on the planet who has ever had to let a client go? Absolutely not.
At some point in your VA journey, you will probably need to do this. But it’s ok, I have some tips for you to make it as painless as possible!