Supercharge Your VA Business

This is for you if you're just starting out as a virtual assistant, if you're looking to increase your income - or if you just want to fall back in love with your business.

 

Learn the strategies, foundations and mindset that took me from supplementing my income with temp work to replacing – then exceeding – my professional salary. (While attracting your ideal clients and getting to do work you love).

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Supercharge Your VA Business

This is for you if you're just starting out as a virtual assistant, if you're looking to increase your income - or if you just want to fall back in love with your business.

 

Learn the strategies, foundations and mindset that took me from supplementing my income with temp work to replacing – then exceeding – my professional salary. (While attracting your ideal clients and getting to do work you love).

What do you want for your business in 2020?

The VA Hub is a totally new thing for me this year – and my plan is for it to be a mix of practical tips and strategies, training (especially around online business stuff – yours and your clients’ – which is my area) and mindset work.

But really what I offer is going to be driven by you and what you tell me you need.

So to start with, it would be a huge help if you’d take five minutes to complete the questionnaire below, about where you are in your business right now, and what your goals and challenges are. You can take it anonymously and don’t have to sign up to anything!

Amy Richards

A little bit about me

Hi! I’m Amy Richards. I’m a techie VA and Online Business Manager.

I started my virtual assistant business five-and-a-bit years ago, in March 2015, after a toxic combination of depression, anxiety and burnout made me unable to continue working as a high school teacher.

I’d been thinking about being self employed for years – but I’d always thought that I wasn’t the right sort of person, and didn’t have the skills or knowledge to be my own boss.

When I left a 12-year teaching career with enough money in the bank to last me for about four months, I’d never heard the term ‘virtual assistant’ (I thought for a while I’d invented the role!) and was utterly clueless about running a business.

I’ve learned a hell of a lot in the past five years – and now I’d like to pass it on.