Starting life as a Virtual Assistant.
Updated: Sep 22, 2020
So, lets be real from the start.
Starting something new and different can be scary. Very scary.
This is exactly how I felt taking my first few steps when becoming a VA. I had a line of Administrative roles, Customer Service roles and Sales roles behind me to draw experience from, but now I would be starting my life as a self-employed VA, and in the middle of a Pandemic that had shaken the world. Crazy, Right?
With two young children at home, bored and in need of entertainment and education, how would I manage to fit it all in and work from home? How would I be able to make conference calls with my little ones still needing me? How would this affect our family time if I literally bring the office home with me everyday?
I had so many doubts in my mind about the whole thing, wondering if it was the right move for me. I knew the job well and had the skills to be a great asset to any client out there that would need my services.
Long story short... I TOOK THE LEAP!!! I did it, little old me!
I began to take steps that would put me on the right path to success. I started making changes at home, setting up my new work routine and organising everything I would need.
With everyone trying to get used to a NEW normal, there wasn't a better time for me to make the leap, just as our world began grinding to a halt, with more people than ever being furloughed or out of work completely. People were forced to take drastic action against the Corona Virus and against unemployment. More people than ever have turned to on-line work or working from home. I have seen so many success stories on Facebook and LinkedIn of others who took the same, both feet first approach as me, and I can honestly say that it feels amazing. I have butterflies and a buzz of excitement just thinking about it now.
A quick shout out to all of you who have braved the difficult decision and made the leap of faith just like I did.
I am now working with a wonderful teams of EVA's who have years of experience in the industry, and business is booming. We have just launched a taster training course "So, you want to be a Virtual Assistant" to help others, just like me, who want to make the move into working as a Virtual Assistant from anywhere in the world, making their own hours to suit them and their families, while also allowing them to still earn a consistent salary.
I would like to thank all the team at The Omnipresent Assistant for making me feel so at home with you all. The support you have given me has been incredible and I look forward to supporting all our new clients together.
Thank you all!
p.s, If you would like more information about our skills or services please head over to our website www.theomnipresentassistant.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
You will also find the links to our NEW training course "So, you want to be a Virtual Assistant"
I hope you all have a great day, stay safe, stay strong and we will see you again soon.