Thank You – New VA in Business Less than 12 months
Awesome. Thanks for hitting the link that said you are a newly established Virtual Assistant who has been in business less than 12 months.
The reason for asking you to click a link is to allow me to do some email marketing housekeeping – what I want to be able to do is send you appropriate content. The team and I are working on some new resources to send you and once they are ready – I will ping you an email to download them.
I understand and know how it feels when you are in those early days of setting up as a VA. Remember, I have been there, I have been you and now I want to help you succeed.
If you are serious about setting up your VA business – I have lots of free and paid for resources across the VACT website including our premier course – the VA Mastery Course starting or the VA Membership both of which are suitable for those who have been in business for less than 12 months.
Not sure I am the right VA Coach, Mentor or Trainer for you – book a Discovery Call – don’t panic, I won’t sell to you on the call, it’s more a case of whether we are a good fit for each other! Click here to book a call.
Before you click off this page, check our our recent blogs about starting a VA business
Here are VACT Limited, we have trained and helped 1,000’s of VAs to each launch their own successful VA business over the past 16 or so years. Whether they come from a PA or secretarial background, are currently still working or have just been made redundant and want to start their own, work-from-home business, all new VAs have a host of questions they need answered – so I thought it would be a good opportunity to provide a recap on the most commonly asked questions and answers, in this week’s blog post.
How to become a Virtual Assistant is one of the most asked questions I get, as a trainer of VAs. It may also surprise you to know, that one of my top tips for new Virtual Assistants is to focus on being you.
The VA Membership is a group coaching program, designed to give you an affordable way of getting the support you need, when you need it. When you work on your own, it can get lonely, but it can also be frustrating too – especially when you’re stuck on something or need advice.