Introduction to running a Virtual Assistant Business

Rosie Shilo, The VA Advocate

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19 Videos (1h 41m)
    • About this course

      0:35
    • VA Intro

      5:21
    • About you as a VA

      3:27
    • Do you have what it takes?

      3:57
    • Responding to situations

      4:23
    • What skills do you bring?

      3:03
    • What resources do you have or need?

      5:07
    • Services

      3:19
    • Target Market

      9:33
    • Systems

      11:58
    • Networking

      5:45
    • Subcontractors

      6:11
    • Working wowing warning

      5:30
    • Remember

      5:18
    • When things don't go to plan

      4:58
    • What clients are looking for

      6:38
    • What's in a name?

      4:15
    • What business owners told us to tell you...

      9:07
    • In Conclusion

      2:32

About This Class

If you've considered setting up a Virtual Assistant business, this course runs through the first stages of what you should look at, so determine whether it's the right option for you. Based on the vast experience of Australian VA expert, Rosie Shilo from Virtually Yours.

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great amount of knowledge and information to help understand the necessities of setting up and running a successful VA business
I found this course to be very comprehensive and informative for anyone interested in becoming a VA. I am now feeling very inspired.

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Rosie Shilo

The VA Advocate

Since creating this thriving and ever growing network for Virtual Assistants, Rosie Shilo has become one dedicated business woman. Currently Rosie owns and runs ‘Virtually Yours’, a network for over 170 Australian Virtual Assistants which she founded in 2004.

Rosie has mentored many new and experienced VAs in their business, and seen them overcome many hurdles to achieve amazing goals. This inspired her to write “VA VA Voom: How to become an amazing VA and every client’s most Valued Asset” which was published in May 2014 and has sold hundreds of copies to date.

On a personal note, Rosie is a dedicated mother to 2 little girls, Ruby (6) and Ella (2). Ruby certainly keeps Rosie on her toes with her adventurous mind and entertaining ways while Ella is learning all these tricks from her big sister. Rosie is thankful that she is able to run her businesses from home in order to be there for her family. She also has 2 gorgeous ‘fur babies’, Mango and Abbie, who like to share her office chair or lay at her feet as she works.

This passionate woman who has been described many times as ‘awesome’ is a true asset to the Virtual Assistant industry and her desire to see the industry grow and develop shines through in everything she does.