So good to see all the links to my post about how starting a Virtual Assistant business is not for the ‘cash poor’, but what I didn’t tell you about are some things I have available to help you become a Virtual Assistant if you are planning to do so. Of course, they are linked to the left side of this blog, but to make them more blatantly obvious, here they are.
I have a coaching program which runs for 10 weeks and covers the following topics:
- Weeks 1 & 2 – Setting up your business
- Week 3 – Establishing a virtual presence
- Week 4 – Inside your office
- Week 5 – Working your business
- Week 6 – Planning your day
- Week 7 – Belonging to the VA community
- Week 8 – Engaging help
- Week 9 – Web technology
- Week 10 – Professionalism & Ethics / Where to from here?
Or, if you would just like to read about becoming a VA then the book ‘How to Become a Virtual Assistant’ is an ideal place to start. There is, of course, a charge for each – the book being the lower cost option, but both will give you good information about working at home and setting up as a VA.
Just a couple more things that will help you on your way in your new career. KMT