When I first started out online and was researching the virtual assistant industry, I didn’t really have a clue as to what I was doing.
I’d never run my own business.
I’d never worked online.
I didn’t know how to make a website.
I didn’t know how to market in order to get clients online.
But guess what?
I learned all of that.
It took a lot of time and effort, but it was so worth it to me to be able to run my own business.
To have time freedom and flexibility.
To spend more time with my family.
To make my own money so that we could pay the bills and have the extras in life that we wanted.
And I was successful in my VA business. I had regular clients that I really enjoyed working with. Since my focus is more on my coaching business now, I’ve chosen not to have as many VA clients anymore. But I do still have some, and some of those people still refer new clients to me.
It’s nice to have the option and know that this is all on MY terms.
The great thing is, the information is out there and available to you if you want to learn, too.
The internet is a pretty awesome tool that most of us have regular access to—it opens up the world to you.
But before I could do any of that learning, I had to BELIEVE that I could do it.
Honestly, I think that part was WAY harder than building a business.
When I first started, I constantly second-guessed myself.
I thought things like, “Why should this work out for ME? Do I think I’m special or something? I don’t know enough to make this work.”
Have you ever said any of those things to yourself?
The FIRST thing I had to learn was how to change my mindset.
I started by following people that I considered successful in the VA industry.
And you know what I found when I did that?
I found that a lot of them were just like me.
They were what I considered “regular” people. The people I followed didn’t have experience running a business or creating a website before they started online either.
But they did it.
And that gave me the smallest inkling that I could do it, too.
From there, I found other ways to make mindset shifts.
A lot of them were because my mentality was that of an employee and not a business owner.
I’d only ever been someone’s employee. I had to really think differently to be a business owner.
Once I started making some of these shifts, I was able to make progress in other areas of building and marketing my business.
So, is this mindset issue getting in YOUR way?
If so, I’d like to help.
I’ve packaged up all the things that helped me and put it all into a free ecourse.
It includes mental shifts as well as practical things that you can do to start thinking and acting like the business owner that you want to become. It has everything that helped me along the way, including resources, links, and action steps for you to take.
It’s called Shedding the Employee Mindset.
Just fill out the form below and get immediate access to the free ecourse.