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.
- 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?
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Thanks for reading!
Enjoy your day – Susan
Susan Mershon started The Techie Mentor ™ in 2013 to teach Virtual Assistants the systems + skills they need to build + run a successful business. With a strong base in project management, Susan brings her love of systems and teaching to offer training and mentoring to new and experienced Virtual Assistants. She’s taken all the programs, systems and tools she has taught to thousands of Virtual Assistants and created a signature system that helps them build a successful business + learn the skills they need to get clients + succeed with ZERO fluff or hype… Just the stuff that GETS GREAT RESULTS.