What does a typical day look like for a virtual assistant, or in fact any freelancer or consultant that works from home? The answer comes in various shapes, however the majority would say “extremely busy”. Continue reading
Whether you choose to outsource your admin, marketing or anything else your business requires to an offshore or UK based assistant, the benefits to your business can be surprising.
We need to first look at what makes a good business great. Every great business needs many factors to ensure the smooth running for not only itself but it’s clientele. Continue reading
There is a simple answer to this and it’s of course we can, why not?
Many would choose not to risk a collaboration in fear that they may loose custom to their competitors, however I wholeheartedly feel that a collaborative approach can only be a good thing, here’s why:
So think about it, at this moment you’re in your office, with one computer and one knowledge base. Wouldn’t it be great if you knew you could take on additional projects, larger projects, which you would’ve otherwise had to turn down?
It was early in 2015, that I decided that I was big enough, and ugly enough to “go it alone”. Stepping out from the comforts of employment was huge. However I am grateful that I done it, as stepping out from the constraint’s and hindrance of employment, liberated me.
For many working from home, can sound horrific, being stuck in a room, for hours on end without any interaction from colleagues. I find working virtually from my own home office empowering, diverse and challenging. I certainly don’t feel as though I am boxed in. I see more people now, than I ever did before. I engage and interact with a diverse range of people, including collaborative virtual assistants, clients, networking peers and such like.
The humdrum of being constrained to working a 9-5 job will surely have to evolve? The road infrastructure, for one is screaming to me that it cannot take the rat race anymore.