Want to be a virtual assistant?
How do you start a virtual assistant business?
When I started my virtual assistant business, I remember spending hours getting lost down rabbit holes of Internet searching.
There were so many people running virtual assistant businesses and more people offering ‘advice’. It was hard to know what I should listen to and what I should ignore.
And then I discovered Virtually Yours and met VA Advocate, Rosie Shilo. This lady obviously knew her stuff so I started following her and seeing what she posted. I quickly worked out that I had to become one of her tribe.
Having a mentor and a supportive group of VAs around you as you’re growing your business (and even after you’re established), is one of the best things I did.
I highly recommend you join Virtually Yours – an Australian virtual assistant network.
Rosie Shilo of Virtually Yours offers a very affordable membership that comes with a wonderfully supportive Facebook Group, along with regular jobleads and other training options! It’s an invaluable resource if you’re starting out.
Want to connect with other Virtual Assistants?
There are lots of ways to network online with other virtual assistants. I suggest joining Virtually Yours to start, and also join the VAs in Australia Facebook page.