Never give up. Some jobs may be too much for you to handle, but with patience, persistence, discipline, determination, and eagerness to learn, you will learn it.
Here’s my top ten list of virtual assistant tools I use to make my life easier. Try them out!
In years past, I thought that charging clients from $8 to $15 per hour was enough. After listening to John Pagulayan’s 7 Phases To a 7 Figure Freelance Business, I had second thoughts. How can this Filipino freelancer command mind-boggling fees? And considering that he can attend Marvin De Leon’s Mixer…
Here’s one of my virtual assistant hacks for anyone who wants to think faster, brainstorm and organize thoughts more effectively.
Every virtual assistant needs to know some social media management tips to further his or her career. Here are some, from The Youthful Granny.
Want to learn how to transcribe? Before you do, it would help if you know how to create a transcription portfolio. Here are some tips from Emily Tan Cal.
Any VA needs some virtual assistance hacks from time to time. Here’s an Excel tutorial that you can add to your knowledge arsenal.
Knowing virtual assistance hacks for Excel is not only recommended – it is necessary for this line of work.
Being a writer/VA with multiple jobs, I have been asked numerous times about how to write a good cover letter. Should it be long? How should you greet a potential client? Can you just use a template? As a VA, one of my tasks is screening applicants. I am in charge…
Does writing professional emails daunt you? Here’s The Youthful Granny VA’s four tips on this topic.
Ever wondered why a virtual assistant newbie should get high scores in freelance sites’ skills tests? I’m sharing a list of why’s as well as how’s.
WHY should you bother having a good win win situation in business, when as a freelancer, you can apply and leave a job whenever? Read on.
Like I always say, virtual assistance is not as easy as it seems. To make your job easier, I’m sharing my top five hacks..