Tips for Sub-Contracting Your Services

Tips for Sub-Contracting Your Services

Sub-Contracting Your Services

When you start out on your Virtual Assistant journey, it can be overwhelming & confusing.

Many are not sure where to start or how to get clients.

Sub-contracting is a great way to gain:

  • Confidence
  • Experience
  • Exposure

You can sub-contract your services to an individual Virtual Assistant or a team of Virtual Assistants.

In this week’s VLOG I share tips and tricks on working as a sub-contractor – enjoy!

Thanks for watching.

Do you have any tips for sub-contracting?

I’d love to hear what your comments & questions, please take a moment to leave them for me below.

If you’re looking for more details on how to start or scale your VA business including how to specialize by learning in-demand skills, join my FREE VA Training Vault. It’s over 8 hours of how-to video training for Virtual Assistants that want to create a successful business.

Enjoy your day – Susan

Scheduling A New Client Kick Off Call

Scheduling A New Client Kick Off Call

Do you schedule Kick Off calls with new clients?

Scheduling a Kick-Off call with a new client is a great way to “kick off” the relationship.

It does several things:

  • Builds trust
  • Shows you are organized & professional
  • Allows you to discuss priorities, deadlines & communication preferences
  • Gives you the opportunity to review your Business Policies and set up weekly status calls.

In this week’s VLOG I talk about the benefits of having a Kick-Off call with all new clients.

Thank you for watching & listening.

Do you schedule Kick Off calls with your new clients?

I’d love to hear. Please take a moment to leave your comments and questions and I will happily respond to each of them.

If you’re looking for more details on how to start or scale your VA business including how to specialize by learning in-demand skills, join my FREE VA Training Vault. It’s over 8 hours of how-to video training for Virtual Assistants that want to create a successful business.

Enjoy your day – Susan

Have You Set Boundaries?

Have You Set Boundaries?

Do your clients know your boundaries?

Are they clear?

Have you communicated them?

Being in the service industry and hungry to get clients, many Virtual Assistants allow their clients to set their schedule instead of the other way around.  This is a problem in oh so many ways.

Take the time to set boundaries with not just clients but with friends & family too.

In this VLOG I talk about setting boundaries and sticking to them.

Thanks for listening!

I’d love to hear what you think.

Do you have a story about not setting boundaries?

Please take a moment to leave a comment below or on my YouTube channel and share your thoughts. Or, feel free to share what you learned from this video.

If you are interested in the Business Policies template I mention, you can find it here.

Thanks for watching!

If you’re looking for more details on how to start or scale your VA business including how to specialize by learning in-demand skills, join my FREE VA Training Vault. It’s over 8 hours of how-to video training for Virtual Assistants that want to create a successful business.

Enjoy your day – Susan

Start Working With Clients

Start Working With Clients

Start Taking ON Clients

I’ve had many new Virtual Assistants or those thinking of starting a VA business ask “What are the bare bones you need to take on clients?” So, I thought I would create a quick checklist of the things I think you need (in no particular order).

What do you really need to start taking VA clients?

  • Know how much you need to earn.
  • What services you are offering.
  • A reliable internet connection and computer.
  • Email.
  • A client contract.
  • Your business policies documented.
  • A way to get paid.
  • A task management system to keep track of everything you need to get done and when.
  • Cloud storage such as DropBox.
  • Phone or Skype.

If you need to figure out how much to charge, what services you want to offer, sample contracts, templates and click here.

What do you think?

I’d love to hear your comments. Please take a moment to leave me a comment and share your thoughts.

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If you’re looking for more details on how to start or scale your VA business including how to specialize by learning in-demand skills, join my FREE VA Training Vault. It’s over 8 hours of how-to video training for Virtual Assistants that want to create a successful business.

Thanks for reading!

Enjoy your day – Susan

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