Have you ever had a moment while building and/or marketing your virtual assistant business where a big wall of fear jumped up and stopped you?
Yeah, we’ve all been there.
This video will give you some practical tips to work through that fear and create the VA business that you want.
Watch the full video for details, but here are some of the topics covered, along with links for referenced resources.
Fear #1: Can I really start a virtual assistant business?
You need to assess your skills. Do you have skills that can be turned into services? Is there a market that needs the help you want to provide?
This resource will help you get clear on that:
Click here for the 5 Day Activate Your VA Business Challenge
Fear #2: What do I do first when it comes to setting up my virtual assistant business?
First, carve out some time to work on your business. When that time comes up in your schedule, honor it.
This resource will help you with what things you need to do to set up your business, as well as a suggested order:
Click here to subscribe to New VA Advice and receive the Ultimate VA Business Starter Checklist
Fear #3: How do I get clients? Do I have to sell, sell, sell?
Instead of selling, learn my relationship marketing strategy. It’s more about finding where your target market hangs out, showing up there, listening to their need, getting to know them and sharing what you do to help them.
This resource will help you learn my relationship marketing strategy:
Click here for my 4-part strategy for finding clients online
Fear #4: How do I avoid losing momentum or feeling lonely?
You want to get peer and/or mentoring support. Networking with others who are going through the same thing as you is hugely beneficial. It will also help to work with those who are further along than you on the path, to learn from them and ask for advice.
Here are some resources to keep you on track:
Virtual Assistant Empowerment Facebook Group: My free, private Facebook group just for virtual assistants to collaborate.
Startup Mastermind: For those just starting out and building a foundation for their VA business.
Marketing Mastermind: For those with a strong foundation, ready to market and work with awesome clients.