Looking to set up your own Virtual Assistant business but aren't sure what tools you need? Well, don't worry because I have a list right here - and I bet you won't need nearly as many as you think you will!
A friendly overdue payment email plus two more formal letters. These editable templates consist of: your invoice is overdue, your invoice is still overdue, and pay me or I’m taking you to court, buddy!
Your first professional client meeting can be a little bit daunting. But don't worry because I have an outline and checklist of what to say and do before, during and after your consultation with a potential new client.
LinkedIn is an incredible marketing tool but it’s important to have a good Summary section. Here are 10 examples to inspire you if you’re struggling to sum up your career history and showcase your skills.
If you're struggling to promote your business and hate the idea of 'selling yourself', this course will show you how to get your name out there and land clients without sounding like a used car salesman.
Minute taking is a much needed, highly specialised premium skill that can earn you an extremely attractive income. If you're more of a traditional PA than a techie VA, this is definitely the course for you!
From where to build it, what to write and how to promote it, to SEO, hosting, domain names, analytics, and the legal stuff, this course covers everything you need to consider when setting up your VA website.
If you need more time to focus on the things that are important to you, let me show you how to design a flexible working calendar and apply minimalist principles to both your personal and digital life.
This course is perfect if you're in the early stages and are simply looking for a basic overview of the steps you need to take in order to set up and run your own Virtual Assistant business and to see if it's for you.