VA TIPS - From Employed Executive Assistant to Virtual Assistant Entrepreneur
Posted on 26th January 2021 at 15:40
Our Founder, Suzy Sanders, recently wrote an article for Executive Secretary Magazine on her journey from employed Executive Assistant to Virtual Assistant Entrepreneur. Executive Secretary Magazine is the global must-read publication for any administrative professional seeking career development methodologies and training insights.
"I started my Virtual Assistant (VA) business because I wanted what many people strive for – flexibility, freedom and fulfillment. In the early days I sought those things for myself, but I also had an underlying desire to help, inspire and facilitate them for others too.
As my business grew and evolved, so did my purpose. Most entrepreneurs I’ve had the pleasure of meeting share this deep-rooted resolve. Success is so subjective, so personal and, in my experience, fulfillment’t always just about making money.
I knew I wanted to build a meaningful business with real impact. So, after exploring all the options in detail, I chose to franchise my VA business. The decision was one that best aligned not only to my growth aspirations, but to my personal values and company ethos too.
Before we get too deep, let us first look at what a Virtual Assistant actually is – and no, we’re not talking about Siri or Alexa..."
This article first appeared in Executive Secretary Magazine (in print and digital) and you can read the full article online - From Employed EA to VA Entrepreneur here. If you enjoy what you read and are interested in subscribing, you can get you a 30% discount when you mention this article. Please email email@example.com now for more info.
To learn more about our award winning Virtual Assistant services for entrepreneurs and small enterprising businesses or to discover more about our Virtual Assistant franchise opportunities, please get in touch with the Alchemy VA team.
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