Working with VAs

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

Monika’s awesome video day!

How's this for a day at the office! A client requested a video shoot to address their contacts in preparation for an upcoming event. Client's contacts were happy to see the beautiful setting, client was very happy with the shoot and VA was having a great day at the office! Monika Newman - Absolutely Virtual

4 Things to Consider When Looking For Your Virtual Angel

Once you’ve realised that you need a Virtual Assistant it may feel a bit daunting to actually start working on partnering with someone. You may be a Virtual Assistant yourself, or a different type of service provider, or even someone who is part of a larger organisation – but there is generally a little fear

Life Sapping Tasks = Huge Business Expense!

If you are running your own business, chances are there are tasks that are sapping the life out of you AND your business. I’ve spoken at a few events about working with Virtual Assistants (VAs) and when I start off I always ask the participants if $50 per hour for a VA sounds like a

How a VA can ease your pain

By: Chloe Henger, E-Assist So the question was posed, ‘how I do ease my client`s pain’?  When I started my VA business, I set out to help small to medium sized business owners and entrepreneurs with administration and marketing assistance. I knew where my skills lay and the services I would offer, what I didn’t