In this guide you will find the exact steps I followed to start my virtual assistant business.
HERE’S A SNEAK PEEK of what you will learn in the guide:
What you really need to get started: No, it does not cost a lot of money to get started. In fact, you probably already have what is necessary to begin!
Where to find clients: I give you specific places to find clients and what you need to do to land them. I also give a bonus tip on clients!
Why you don’t need a website: You still need an online presence and I have the perfect solution that does not cost anything!
You can now set your own schedule, decide who you work with, what type of work you do, and finally have the freedom you’ve been craving!
Sara Lingenfelter wants to live in a world where moms can follow their dream of working from home while also having time and flexibility for their family.
As the CEO of Virtual Biz Partner she’s been featured in numerous mom outlets such as Hiremymom.com, The 1K Mom, Female Entrepreneur Association, The Work at Home Woman, The Boss Hat and Boss Babe just to name a few.
Sara has a proven track record of managing and growing businesses while simplifying strategies, systems, and technology.
When she’s not supporting online business owners you can find her spending time with her teenage son, watching movies, enjoying the outdoors and probably eating some chocolate or other tasty food!
Every fear you have, one of us has had too. The only way to overcome it is to do the thing that scares you!
Building/running a business and being a mom isn’t easy but it’s possible, anything worth having is worth working for.
After starting my business I went through a divorce, I have been a single mom for 7 years now and 100% financially responsible for my son. It’s hard but it does get easier, find a group that can give positive support while going through it.
Asking for help was the hardest thing I learned but also the best! I am 43 and still learning this though lol.
Here is a list of 100+ tasks a virtual assistant can do, but remember that most virtual assistants can’t and don’t do everything.