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VA Success Story: How Bridgett Is Becoming A Wedding Planning VA

A virtual assistant business can become anything you’re skilled at and want to do.  Talking with Bridgett has reminded me that being a VA doesn’t always equal working in social media or blogging, but that you can carve out space in any industry. In this interview, Bridgett shares her wedding planning plans and how my…

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How to Become a Virtual Assistant: The Ultimate Guide

When I first started blogging and becoming a part of the virtual world, I had no idea what a virtual assistant was. It wasn’t even in my mind that I could work-from-home and run my own business in the comfort of my pajamas or yoga pants. When I reached out to a fellow blogger friend…

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VA Success Story: How Ashley Went Virtual As A Business Owner

The great thing about virtual assisting is that anyone can do it. Many of my students in my $10K VA program are mothers, side hustlers, and even learning how to be a VA while in college! Everyone comes from different walks of life, and Ashley is no different. She’s becoming a VA after years of owning…

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VA Success Story: How Amber Is Going From Employee to Entrepreneur

Starting a virtual assistant business can offer so many benefits, both professionally and personally.

Talking with Amber reminded me how much of an impact starting your own online, flexible virtual assistant business can have on your life, which is I started offering Virtual Assistant Coaching and my course, $10K VA, to help VAs create businesses they love.

Here’s my interview with Amber.

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VA Success Story: How Courtney Uses Her Passion for Lifelong Learning

I’ve always loved learning new things. Even outside of school and required learning, I’d be studying, researching things, and pushing myself to be curious about the world.

That’s why one of my favorite things about being a VA is that you get to continue to learn new tools, skills, techniques, etc. as technology and the only world is forever changing.

Even better yet is that as a VA you often get paid to learn these things on behalf of your clients!

After talking with Courtney, one of the students in my $10K VA program, it’s clear that being a lifelong learner is also something that has contributed to her success as well!

Here’s my interview with Courtney.

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VA Success Story: How Kim Became a Successful Product Launch Virtual Assistant

Kim earns $7,000 to $10,000 a month as a product launch VA. Here’s how she got started and grew her business.

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