So, you want to be a virtual assistant (VA) but have absolutely no experience? No problem! The truth is, you don’t need to be a veteran VA to start working as a virtual assistant. In fact, many people start from scratch and build lucrative careers.
Keep in mind, it will take hard work. You can’t expect that if you decide to become a VA work will magically fall into your lap. However, you can become a successful VA with the right combination of dedication, determination, and enthusiasm (which should be no problem — after all, these are common traits of superstar VAs!) Read more..
One of the biggest questions beginning freelancers have is whether or not freelancing is a good choice for a long-term career. Well, I can go and on about how profitable freelancing is, how everyone will be working from home in the future, or why it’s better than working at Apple.
Instead, I decided to gather some evidence and prove to you that freelancing is a more stable way to work than most other jobs. Here’s proof. Read more..
Dear younger self.
If I could send a letter to my younger self this would be it. —- Dear little Epay, Tomorrow you will turn 27 but I’m remembering you today when you were 7 and 17; wishing I could whisper back through the decades and tell you some things you’ve learned. Read more..