From kind regards to best wishes

Taking that leap to work for yourself takes courage. There’s the initial courage needed to make the decision, followed by a strength and determination to make it happen. But once you make it happen and are working for yourself, there’s another type of courage needed –...

Accreditation – why I believe it is the way forward

Accreditation for VAs – discussion on this topic seems to have dominated social media the past two weeks right? Well I for one couldn’t be happier – surely communication is key so we need to be talking about things.  So here is my piece 🙂   In October, I launched...

Why VA training is important

Starting your own Virtual Assistant business is more than just making the decision to brand yourself as a VA and putting yourself out there. If you want to make that business a successful one, you need to get some VA training, prior to making the leap. VA training is...

A Rollercoaster Ride Through VA Realms

At VIP VA, we LOVE sharing our wonderful Members' stories and musings with a view to giving REAL insight into what it truly looks like to start, learn and then grow a VA business.   Vicki Doudelle of VA Bee reflects on how far she has come and gives her view of the...

5 steps to get started with your VA business

Deciding to start your own VA business, is the first in a succession of steps needed, to make your VA business a successful one. Those first steps are so important, if you want to ensure you’re off to a good start – so it’s essential you get them right. Here’s the...

VA etiquette – what makes a VA business tick?

As any business owner knows, the way you run your business, reflects who you are as a person – and it’s no different for a VA business. There’s an unspoken VA etiquette that most Virtual Assistants use to run their businesses in an ethical, congruent way; it’s what...

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