Oh, the joys associated with working from home. You can hide from the world on those bad hair days, handle projects in your PJs, and usually work at your own pace - all while doing tasks you actually enjoy.
But it sounds pretty far-fetched, right?
Only really lucky people can have this sort of luxury, right?
It has nothing to do with luck and everything to do with
hard work hustling strategically.
So, if you're looking for a get rich quick solution, then this isn't it. However, if you're willing to learn and follow strategies that can help you become a successful Virtual Assistant, then this is it!
A Virtual Assistant is someone who provides services virtually. That's it! You don't need an advanced degree or a ton of credentials, you just need a computer, a phone, and know how to use the tools in your toolbox (aka your brain, lol).
Did you know U.S. based VAs charge between $18 - $35/hour!? Imagine sitting at home being able to make this type of money! Well, people do it all the time! Being a Virtual Assistant is not restricted to just providing administrative tasks either. Keep reading to learn more.
Marketing and writing skills make for a great Content Writer. Help bring brands alive with your captivating word play.
For those who enjoy everything about social media! You can help businesses increase brand awareness and engagement.
You can create visual content that inspires and captivates for either print pages or web screens. You understand how fonts, colors, and images can work together to create a masterpiece.
You love planning, organizing, and managing events from start to finish! You know how to coordinate with sponsors, clients, and be extremely resourceful.
For those that have a thing for employee relations, recruiting great talent, and managing HR initiatives.
If you have a thing for math and accounting, then this might be the route for you.
If you know how to capture the attention of hiring managers with your words, then this might be for you!
Everything from typing correspondence, managing email, data entry, and transcription. This is the most common Virtual Assistant role.
Our Virtual Assistant Start-up Guide is 10+ pages packed full of how to start your business, where and how to find clients, and common tools used by VAs. The information found in this guide will provide you with resources that can literally take hours to find. It also covers a lot of questions that new Virtual Assistants may have, such as "what can I use to invoice" or "how can I call clients without using my personal number".
Cheers to being able to work from home or anywhere in the world, the flexibility to be a stay-at-home parent and still make money, and flourishing unapologetically in your own lane.