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15 Services You Can Offer as a Virtual Assistant

If you are a virtual assistant and looking for different services you can offer your clients, let me help share some options with you! Below you will find 15 services you might be qualified to do, to offer in your portfolio to your clients! I think as a virtual assistant we have all been there a time or two, thinking what services could we or should we offer. Granted, these all depend on your niche, skill set, and interest, but it is a great way to gain ideas on what you could and should offer! 

Being a VA is really awesome because you can find things you are good at and offer those services. You might be amazed at how many people hire for help, so they have more time to work on other areas of their business! You can always get more specialized training in areas so you can really show your strength in that area, and help widen your services in the future! The sky's the limit on what you can offer for potential clients! 

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How to Keep Your Business and Personal Life Separate

virtual assistant Mar 06, 2019

Learning how to keep your business and personal life separate can be difficult at times, especially when you run a business out of your home! It is very important to set healthy boundaries for your family and even yourself, and that is why I have some solutions for you below, that might help you out! 

Being a virtual assistant is absolutely wonderful! You can choose your hours, work from your home, stay in pajamas sipping coffee! Running a business from home, can also leave you with unhealthy boundaries, and not knowing how to separate work and personal time! You might find that you Facebook has become filled with friend requests from clients, or your non-stop on your phone working and responding to emails. Below you will find some solutions to learning how to separate work and your free time! 

Tips for Separating Work and Personal Life 

Start and Stop Time 

Make sure that you try and set work hours just like you would if you left to go to an office each day....

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Could Your Schedule Be Stressing You Out?

Think about your busy day-to-day life for just one moment. There are a lot of things that happen that can easily start to stress you out. That moment in the morning when you sit down and open your planner to see how much you truly have to do that day can be entirely overwhelming, not to mention downright stressful. While our schedules are typically the true reason that we start to feel those emotions start to creep in, there are ways to help combat that stress before it sets up shop in your mind. If you're needing to find a few ways to alleviate the stressful situations that are overtaking the precious real estate in your brain, here are a few tips to help you stay calm.

Simple Tips to Overcome Stress and Other Feelings of Anxiousness

  • Dabble in the world of exercise. While sprinting a marathon may not be something that is at the top of your priority list, it doesn't have to be something as extreme as that either! A simple walk around your neighborhood or office does an amazing job...
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How To Build A Six-Figure Business While Staying At Home

Nowadays, it's quite common for one parent to stay at home with the children, while the other spends their days working at an office job. It's almost become the norm for a lot of two-parent households. And while being a stay at home mom or dad is great, that doesn't change the fact that there may be some business savvy ideas that are brewing in your head as well. Staying at home doesn't mean that you can't work from home. Not at all. Staying at home means that you have the opportunity to care for your family, and provide for your family, all at the same time. Sounds pretty amazing when it's put that way, right? Is it possible to stay at home and build your business? Absolutely - it's exactly what I do! As a Virtual Assistant, I am able to stay at home and make over $5,000/month - all while taking care of my family and home! 

Simple Steps to Stay at Home and Build Your Business

  1. Work during the downtime. Being a stay at home parent is already busy, but then adding the...
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