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
The Techie Mentor helps Virtual Assistants succeed by teaching automated systems that free up their time and in-demand skills that earn them more money.