Ready to jumpstart your VA career? There is a joy starting new adventures. That can happen whether it’s work or a new hobby. Unless it’s something you’ve been doing for a while chances are you’ll need someone to instruct you.
Finding a Teacher
I suppose you could try and figure it out on your on your own, but how much time does that waste?
For example, if your new adventure is in the area of being a virtual assistant there is tons of information available online. Some of it is even good information. but do you want to wade through all of that trying to figure out what information is good or what’s a waste of time?
If your goal is to give your VA career a jumpstart, you don’t have time to waste. Your new adventure needs to include focused activity, not aimless wandering.
A while back I learned about a new instructor in the virtual assistant industry and her name is Abbey Ashley. She’s a sharp young woman who decided to start her business in a less than ideal situation and then made it happen.
Sometimes you run across people who claim to be instructors, teachers, trainers, or coaches, but there’s no proof to back up their claims. I wrote an article about it here. Abbey is different.
Adventures Require Risk
Although she’s young enough to be my daughter I admire her resourcefulness and skill. In just a few years, not only has she replaced her income, but has also retired her husband from his job!
Any way you look at it – that’s pretty impressive. Talk about an adventure!
She only opens her VA Bootcamp for enrollment twice a year and now is one of those times.
If you’re a new virtual assistant who’s looking for a program that will hold your hand through the process, or an existing virtual assistant who’s tired of beating your head against the wall, you owe it to yourself so take a look a Abbey’s program. Make your wish for new beginnings count!
She also has an active Facebook community. Feel free to tag me in the group or send me a private message if I can help you.