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!
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).
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!
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.
I interviewed Becky Linot from Tech Side Simplified, a tech expert and mom of four kids. Becky’s main focus is helping clients with ConvertKit, Squarespace, and Thinkific. She shares how she got started as a virtual assistant, where she finds clients, and the business tools she can’t live without.