Today is the first Monday of the New Year. I think any of us whom own and operate our own business would say that we always resolve to be more successful in the coming year. In an effort to assist you with that task, I’ve worked hard over the past few weeks in order to be able to offer you some help.
It began with the Virtual Assistant Survival Series. I’ve gotten some really amazing feedback from you about the series and its value to you. In my final post of the series, I shared the fact that I had been required to cut out huge portions of information in order to keep the blog posts readable.
I shared that I felt strongly that the cut material was important too, so I created the VA Survival Guide, an e-book with all of the information I felt could help virtual assistants with their businesses.
Then I created the accompanying workbook to help individuals turn what they were learning into action. The workbook is a combination of worksheets and reusable templates plus my own Excel pricing calculator to help you determine if your rates are set correctly.
I strongly believe if you’ve been looking for something beyond the “how to be a virtual assistant” instructions, this is it.
This is the book that tells you:
- How to Set Business Policies
- The One Foundation Item you MUST have in order to build an Online Presence
- What Services you Should and Shouldn’t be offering
- How to Make Changes to your Business
- and many more tips for working your business
Learn more about the VA Survival Guide, the absolutely amazing bonus that Grant Griffiths has added to the mix and the special super affordable price that’s in effect for a limited time!
(Psst! Although it’s written specifically to address virtual assistants, the material covered could be applied to ANY business providing services to clients!)