Tired of being laid off due to downsizing and inspired to help small businesses, Jeannine started her VA business back in March 2010. Read more about her story, how she went from almost closing shop to being completely booked out, and what she advises new VAs.
B-School was a pivotal step in my life that took me from wishing I could quit my job to actually doing it. It gave me the skills I needed to promote my business in a way that worked and felt good. And it helped me create lifelong friendships and find amazing clients!
If you’re thinking of starting a virtual assistant business, you’re probably wondering what programs you should be familiar with. Here are the programs I use the most, and why knowing a bunch of programs isn’t the most important part of being a good VA.
There are many benefits to creating a virtual assistant business. It takes only a small amount of money to get off the ground, you can find and work with clients from all over the world, and more and more online (and offline) businesses see the value in working with VA’s and are looking to hire!
Starting a business doesn’t have to be complicated or take forever to get started! Follow my 7 daily steps and you’ll have your own virtual assistant business in a week!
The most common question I hear from new and established Virtual Assistants is “How do I find clients?” Definitely a legitimate question because no clients means no money! That’s why I gathered 7 tips for finding clients easily.