Tag Archives: Virtual Assisting

Hiring My First Subcontractor

Overflow isn’t healthy for any business. Not only do important tasks get shoved to the always-trusty backburner, but your client will eventually lose faith in you. That chance you got was probably your only one. In this industry, just like in any other, what your client needs, wants and expects from you is paramount!

If you’re ever in this position and have hyperextended your time and availability, consider hiring someone to help you lift some of the load – a virtual assistant, if you will. Continue reading

Posted in Freelance Writing, Social Media, Virtual Assisting, Writers | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

What I Learned This Week from Working as a VA: The Worst and the Best Can Happen to You In the Same Week

It’s a ridiculous notion, a paradox. But I swear to you that it’s 100% true. When you have you own online business, life continues to move on around you. There’s no clear way to compartmentalize your job. My Week It … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Entrepreneur, family loss, Personal Stories | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

What I Learned This Week from Working as a VA: Treat Your Own Business Like It’s Your Client

I can’t yet call myself a seasoned pro at the virtual assisting game. But I decided to borrow an idea from someone else and give it a try. Every week I’ll bring you an insight into the lesson I learned … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Cancer, Entrepreneur, Freelance Writing, Virtual Assisting, Work-at-Home | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment