sillylegsThere are a great many things to consider before you decide to become a Virtual Assistant. Realize that Virtual Assistance isn't just about working at home in your pajamas. As they say in Spiderman, "With freedom comes great responsibility." As a Virtual Assistant, you'll put on a great many different hats throughout your work day; salesperson, marketer, technology support, bookkeeper, customer service, etc. You also should realize that as an entrepreneur, 100% of your success or failure rests upon your shoulders. Thus, taking the time and doing the necessary research prior to launching is critical. Many Virtual Assistants get their feet wet while they stay at their full or part time job.

It's not for the feint of heart, so I would recommend doing your due dilligence prior to making your decision. Research Virtual Assistance here and on other terrific sites, interview practicing VAs and ask them what their daily life is like. Only then will you be fully prepared to make a choice for Virtual Assisting.

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