Becoming a Virtual Assistant changed my life! But my journey wasn’t a straight line. Instead, it had ups and downs and loop-de-loops! Read my story of how I went from employee to Virtual Assistant to VA Mentor.
“I want to start a virtual assistant business, but I don’t have any skills I could offer as services!”
I hear this a lot! It’s also totally not true. You’d be surprised just how much you have to offer as a potential VA. All you need to do is take a close look at your existing skills and talents and let that lead you to your services and your “special sauce” that will make you a unique and sought-after virtual assistant!
I created a simple exercise (and worksheets) to help you figure out the virtual assistant services you can offer to clients.
Beta testing my services before offering them to the public was one of the most important steps I took when I started my VA business to attract clients. Not only did it allow me to practice my new services, but it also helped spread the word about my new biz. I’m a big advocate for beta testing because once I took on a few practice clients, I had referrals pouring in. On top of that, I’ve never had to market my VA business to find new clients.