Resources for VAs

Getting Paid – it doesn’t have to be painful!

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One of the hardest things for many self employed individuals is chasing money owed. You work so hard to build a rapport with the client, nurture the relationship and then bam - awkward territory. When a client doesn't pay on time there are a few ways it can impact you: Cash flow Cost of time

Subcontracting: More than just a messenger!

I want to talk about subcontracting again. Because this seems to be a challenging area for many VAs. There are a couple of reasons why a VA may want to subcontract. Those being that they don’t have the time to do the job themselves, they don’t want to do the job themselves, or they

When I asked my Psychiatrist for his resume, he knew I was nuts.

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ré·su·mé n. A brief account of one's professional or work experience and qualifications, often submitted with an employment application. In business it can sometimes be hard for both the Virtual Assistant (VA) and the clients to see the relationship as something other than an employee/employer partnership. This is simply because in the past, that’s