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.
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!
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!
I decided to kick off the Behind the Scenes of a Virtual Assistant Business interview series by interviewing my own VA, McKella Sawyer of The Cafe Wordsmith. McKella is a content ninja and helps me with tasks in both my business and my clients’ businesses. Check out her interview and learn her favorite tricks and tools for running a smooth business.