There are lots of great courses that help VAs set up their business from the ground-up, but many of them miss the essential skills it takes to keep your business in business.
That's where this course comes in.
This course is NOT for beginners. If you are new to Virtual Assistance and have not yet set your rates or found clients to work with, do not take this course.
If you are an already established VA who has been in business for at least 1 year and are ready to take your business to the next level, then keep reading!
You’ll learn crucial skills to ensure long-term success, like:
The right way to prioritize your highest earning tasks or clients
Productivity and energy hacks
How to market yourself
How (and why) to build your own VA network
How to fire a client without burning a bridge
This course also comes with:
A worksheet to help you identify your ideal client, their pain points, and how to use those pain points in your marketing materials
A worksheet to help you identify your greatest revenue-generating tasks and/or clients
A live spreadsheet to capture and share crucial details about your clients.
**What other students are saying about this course**
"This course tells you how to run your business the smart way without hitting pitfalls that will surely derail your enthusiasm and confidence. Learn from her example. It will save you time and money. A couple of stand out lectures, batching and 80/20 rules. Great advice for a new mindset. Thank you, Erin!"
More about the instructor:
I'm Erin, a high 5-figure freelancing VA who wasn't always so lucky in business. In 2011, I started an in-person concierge company and learned the hard way that without the right skills to ensure you're focusing your energy on the right clients or marketing effectively, businesses can close (ahem, as mine did).
In 2012, I launched my fully remote VA business and, using these skills, maximized my income and transformed my business. If I can do it, so can you.