In a world where job security is a thing of the past, more and more people are starting their own business. And with the growth of small businesses in all sectors comes an increased demand for administrative, creative and technical support, and a world of opportunities for virtual assistants.
GHVA Founder Janet Barclay is one of several experts who were interviewed for the FabJob Guide to Become a Virtual Assistant, a comprehensive resource covering a wide range of important topics such as starting a business, marketing, education and training, and how to become a great virtual assistant.
In the 268-page e-book, Barclay is quoted as saying,
A great virtual assistant has a thirst for knowledge, is constantly learning new things, and shares that knowledge with his or her clients by making recommendations to enhance the client’s business. There are so many rewards, including the flexibility to create my own schedule, and the knowledge that I don’t have to do the same old work day after day. But perhaps most rewarding is being able to constantly learn and apply new technical and creative skills.
To learn how you can get involved in this growing profession, make your first investment the FabJob Guide to Become a Virtual Assistant.