Starting as a VA

Getting started as a virtual assistant doesn’t have to be difficult! A lot of business owners are willing to give work to you if you’re able to learn, communicate effectively and have the time to dedicate to their projects!

The top question that I get asked is, “how do I get started as a VA?”

Truly, the answer is to just start. But here are more actionable tips that you can start implementing today!⁣⁣

✨Network ⁣⁣

Expand your network. Don’t be afraid to connect with people. Use your personal and professional network to find more clients and projects to start in.⁣⁣ You shouldn’t ever be shy about striking up new relationships with experienced VAs and inquiring about work⁣⁣. ⁣⁣

✨Subcontract 

If you know someone who is a VA, ask them if they’re willing to subcontract work out to you. A lot of people would be happy to source work out! Sometimes it can be a lot.⁣⁣

✨Join VA Groups ⁣⁣

*cough* Stay At Home Profit *cough*

But seriously. Stay At Home Profit posts jobs, resources, and training almost DAILY!⁣⁣ We do all of the legwork for you, all you have to do is show up and be an active member to reap all of the benefits!⁣⁣

✨Read and research ⁣⁣

I DIY-ed the majority of my business through Google and Youtube! The resources are out there, for literally anything! You just need to dedicate the time and effort into strengthening your skills and take the steps towards virtual assisting!⁣⁣

✨Take action and implement

The only thing really stopping you from becoming a Virtual Assistant is yourself. There are plenty of routes to take and options that you have! All you need to do now is take action and implement everything that you know.⁣⁣⁣⁣ 

If you want to get started working as a VA, it doesn’t have to be hard. It’s actually super simple! Start taking action today and you’ll get work in no time!

If you need any more help, you can get your hands on my Client Prescription Bundle to help you flourish and thrive as a Virtual Assistant.

 

5 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *