Archive for Virtual Assistant

A Little Bit, Every Day, Yields Big Results

In business, there is probably no better advice than to do everything consistently. We have so many things to manage – client work, administration, business building, and more – sometimes it’s hard to figure out what to do when. But if you don’t keep up with any of them on a regular basis, then that […]

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First Virtual Assistant National Meeting in Venezuela

The First National Virtual Assistant Meeting in Venezuela, which was also the 1st IVAA VAC in the country was held on Saturday, December 19, 2015 and it was a huge success. After a presentation about the history of the Virtual Assistant Industry in the country, we gave out door prizes courtesy of IVAA. Following, all […]

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Virtual Assistant SWOT Analysis

As Virtual Assistants, we provide support services to businesses/entrepreneurs and even when working solo, we are operating as a business ourselves: hence we face similar challenges. A SWOT analysis helps in understanding and assessing where we stand today and where we can be in the future: our own internal strengths and weaknesses, and the external […]

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The Power of a Niche to Catapult Your Income

Many Virtual Assistants start their businesses offering a variety of services and describe themselves as a generalist. I know I did. I had a wide variety of administrative skills and was anxious to replace the income I gave up when I quit my full-time job to start my business. So I was happy to “raise […]

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Grow Your Network, Grow Your Business

In a time where so much emphasis is on social media, the personal, face-to-face connections seem to get lost in the shuffle. In order to gain business, our prospects must like us, trust us, and they need to feel we provide a valuable service or product. Bottom line, it is human nature to want to […]

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How A Country Girl From Arkansas Ended Up In Myrtle Beach with IVAA

I attended my first IVAA Live Summit in 2012 in Memphis, Tennessee. I was brand new to the VA industry, and I walked in not knowing a soul. For a shy, small town girl, that was a very big step outside my comfort zone. But I went. I learned, I trained, and I networked. And […]

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Use Web Tools for Social Media, Online and Content Marketing

By Valerie Jennings (Online Summit Speaker) Tools for Your Business In our presentation we will be going over several of the invaluable web tools that you can use for your business as well as for your clients. We will be discussing each one in further detail but here is a glimpse of the tools we […]

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Creating a Home Office that Works for You!

Transform Your Office Habits to Increase Productivity AND Income Guest post by Caroline Bailey (an IVAA Online Summit Speaker) If I came to visit you right now, this very instant, in your office, would I see you reflected in it? Is your office a mirror reflection of who you are, what you do, what you […]

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Two Major Steps to Setting Goals

A GOAL IS A DREAM WITH A DEADLINE.  ~ NAPOLEON HILL Setting goals for your life and business allows you to choose how you want to move through your daily life. Meeting these goals will lead to a feeling of satisfaction and daily accomplishments. Be sure to keep track of your goals to see your […]

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IVAA NEWS: Change in Education Director Role

On April 22nd, the IVAA Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Director Dessire Izaguirre of the R & D and Education Department. This was not an easy decision, but Director Izaguirre and the IVAA Board felt this change was needed for the continuity of the Department. Director Izaguirre has been experiencing many political issues […]

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