Why VA’s


New Site, New News, New Educations I would like to introduce you to Wealth And Abundance Today! Having a site like this has been a passion of mine! You see after working with several clients over the years it became more apparent that most business crave to know more. They want to be empowered working in their business regarding tools, programs, and website add-ons that will better their business. They don’t like feeling at the...

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How Big is Your Bowl?


Posted By on Feb 1, 2011

I know when I ask that question and everyone thinks of the size of their candy bowl they had for Halloween that is not what I am referring to. I am referring to your “life, experience and business” bowl! Take a plant for instance, you purchase plants to decorate your home or office with from stores like Home Depot and they are in 2 inch pots. It is recommended for it to continue to grow that you change out the pot and replant it in a...

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Winning the “Bid”


Posted By on Jun 7, 2010

Bids, most of the companies create bids in order to secure an account. As a VA we speak with our potential clients, evaluate their needs and put together a proposal bid, not unlike most service businesses. Here are some quick tips for “winning the bid” 1) Target the correct company for you and your services. Make sure they are a perfect fit with your company and same the other way around. You do not want to be putting in a bid on a...

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VA’s can save you money!


Posted By on May 22, 2010

How do you save money if a Virtual Assistant’s hourly rate is higher than an in-house employee? This is a question that hinders a lot of business owners from hiring a virtual assistant. The cost of hiring someone to come into your office or business location for $20 per hour seems like such a better deal than hiring a virtual assistant for $35 per hour, right? In the long run NO WAY! State to state in house employees salary laws are...

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The quick answer to the question, “Are Virtual Assistants a new thing?” is NO. It started back in the 1970’s. The founder was Stacy Brice. Stacy looked at the traditional secretarial role of assistants and felt there should be more. Not just a person performing “tasks” but one who assists in getting tasks completed but also be a part of the overall outcome. She felt there should be a bond between client and assistant and in that...

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I have been asked several times by other Virtual Assistant friends and team members “How do you get a long and like your clients so much?” They go on to tell me how they have clients that do not invest any time to get to know them, respect boundaries, or share the products that they with them. This is a common problem I hear around the “virtual water cooler”. The best advice I can give business owners using...

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