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A Nurse’s Life Experiment To Become a Virtual Assistant

A Nurse’s Life Experiment To Become a Virtual Assistant

This week, we have another featured Virtual Assistant from the Philippines. I mentioned her story in one of my first blog posts – 10 Virtual Assistant Myths Debunked. Read myth #10,  she was the VA I was referring to. Ana Margarita A. Olar  is a part-time Content Writer and a Social Media Manager. She is also a full-time […]

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Virtual Assistant Tips from Brainy Gal – Lisa McDonell

Virtual Assistant Tips from Brainy Gal - Lisa McDonell

In this blog post, I’ve interviewed Lisa McDonell. Lisa is a Virtual Assistant Business and Lifestyle Coach who inspires and empowers women to launch and grow their own businesses online. Sharing her wise and witty advice, she shows both aspiring and seasoned V.A.’s how to take their ‘big dreams’ and transform them into profitable companies […]

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How a Virtual Assistant Can Make the Difference Between Success and Failure

How a Virtual Assistant Can Make the Difference Between Success and Failure

This article is written by guest writer Felix Tarcomnicu. Felix works with OutsourceWorkers and helps entrepreneurs hire Virtual Assistants. Read on… In today’s globally competitive business environment, the difference between success and failure may be measured by time, volume or currency; all of which may come down to one crucial decision. Expansion programs are no longer […]

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The Virtual Assistant’s Hub Founder and Chris Ducker Fan: Susan Guinto

The Virtual Assistant's Hub Founder and Chris Ducker Fan: Susan Guinto

Susan Guinto is the founder of The Virtual Assistant’s Hub, which aims to provide industry news, training and quality information to Virtual Assistants not just in the Philippines but anywhere in the world. Susan was interviewed as a featured V.A. in Virtual Staff Finder’s Live Google Hang Out a few years back where she shared her day-to-day […]

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Epitome of Resilience as a Virtual Assistant: Ella Pelayo

Ella Pelayo

Ella Pelayo was the first Virtual Assistant from the Philippines that I started to follow. She was being mentioned all over the place whenever I search for local online forums for VAs back in 2009. She worked with some superstars like Bo Sanchez, Michelle Dale and Erin Blaskie. Her success as a VA business owner […]

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Profile of a Kick-ass Freelance Writer: Celine Roque

Celine Roque

“I never grew up thinking that I’d have a regular 9-to-5 job. Growing up I felt my options were always either writer or scientist or both.” – Celine Roque. I think Celine achieved her goal. She’s one of the most kick-ass writers online. Considering her experience in the field, I’d say she’s also one of […]

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How To Succeed as an Upwork Freelancer with Catherine Quiambao

How To Succeed as an Upwork Freelancer

Are you looking for a way to succeed as an Upwork freelancer? Look no further. This week, I interviewed Catherine Quiambao (Founder of Freelancing Philippines) where she’ll share: important tips on how to work as a successful Upwork freelancer her success story in overcoming a rare disorder to becoming a successful freelancer her journey to transitioning from […]

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How To Price Your Virtual Assistant Services with Donna Toothaker

How To Price Your Virtual Assistant Services with Donna Toothaker

Pricing your Virtual Assistant services can be very difficult, no matter what your level of experience is as a VA. There is really no clear cut matrix that you can follow. Do you charge by the hour, per project or on a monthly basis? Most importantly, how much? To gain more clarity on this, I’ve […]

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Stellar Virtual Assistant from The Philippines – Sheilah Casaclang

Stellar Virtual Assistant- Sheilah Casaclang

Part of the reason I started this blog is because I wanted to network with and champion fellow Virtual Assistants. I think that there are some misconceptions about VAs and the nature of the job. My aim is to showcase the human side of Virtual Assistants – their failures and successes, their life “offline”, their skills and […]

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