Books on How to Start a Virtual Assistant Business
Thinking of starting a virtual assistant business? Here are articles to help you get started:
- How to Start Your Own Virtual Assistant Business
- How to Succeed as a Virtual Assistant
- Business Idea: Starting a Virtual Assistant Business
- Learn How Small Law Firms are Effectively Using Virtual Assistants
For detailed guidance, tips and advice on how to start and run a photography business, check out some books we have selected below:
Leaving no stone unturned this book sets the stage for starting, operating, and growing a successful and PROFITABLE virtual assistant business. It has been instrumental in the success of administrative and executive assistants, word processors, and other corporate professionals realizing their dreams of becoming an entrepreneur.
Virtual Assistants work from home, providing everything from administrative support to high-end consulting via email, phone and fax. Predicted to be a $130 billion industry by 2008, they don’t commute, they set their own hours, and they get to spend time with their kids.
Not only does this book provide realistic advice, but it also includes a comprehensive VA Resource Toolkit with recommended business tools, websites, books and services. PLUS, by registering your book at http://www.vasecretsrevealed.com, you’ll gain access to: checklists, worksheets and sample documents; an “Ask Alyssa” tool; answers to frequently asked questions; and much more!
If you have ever considered working from home but aren’t sure where to start, this book details every step of the process. This book includes everything from picking a name and deciding on a niche area of specialization, to what equipment/software you will need. Other chapters include deciding on a business structure, creating your website, budgeting, and deciding on pricing.
Entrepreneurs often suffer from ”superhero syndrome”—the misconception that to be successful, they must do everything themselves. Not only are they the boss, but also the salesperson, HR manager, copywriter, operations manager, online marketing guru, and so much more. It’s no wonder why so many people give up the dream of starting a business—it’s just too much for one person to handle.
So, you want to be a virtual assistant. The virtual assistant industry is growing rapidly. Just about anyone can say they are a virtual assistant. You have a computer, internet access, and the desire to work from home. Voila! You’re a virtual assistant. But is that enough to succeed as a virtual assistant? Do you have what it takes to run a business? Yes, a virtual assistant is a business owner. Successful business owners need to have good business sense.
A practical guide to strutting your stuff from cubicle to corner office. Drawing on her experience as personal and executive assistant to George Stephanopolous during Clinton’s campaign and first term, Heather Beckel cuts to the chase on how to dazzle now to get ahead later.
How to Build a Successful Virtual Assistant Business is the perfect resource for anyone interested in starting or building their own Virtual Assistant practice. It helps you every step of the way