VA VA VOOM – How to be an amazing Virtual Assistant and every client’s most Valued Asset

Giveaway Monday – Review of a product for mums in business

Va Va Voom is an graphically appealing workbook/how to guide that has been written for those who are considering a career as a Virtual Assistant (VA) or who are already running a VA business and are not sure how to take it to the next level. It is written by Rosie Shilo, who runs one of the most widely respected Virtual Assistance and Training networks in Australia.

virtual assistant manual / workbookHaving established myself as a VA 12 months ago, following many years in sales and marketing and running my own businesses it was not a book I had on my must read list but it did give me further insights and I enjoyed reading it. I would consider it a “must read” for anyone considering establishing themselves as a VA. I particularly liked the modularity of the book. Read a section, absorb the lovely images and complete the workbook section to personalize the information. It would also work as a how to work from home as a “mumpreneur” book.

There are great tips throughout the book from people who are working in the Australian industry and it realistically addresses even the tough issues involved in establishing a work from home business.

At only $28 this book is a worthwhile investment for anyone starting a work from home business and a must have for those looking at becoming a Virtual Assistant.

virtual assistant manual / workbookA little more on Rosie Shilo, Virtually Yours

Rosie Shilo is the owner of the widely renown Virtual Assistant Network, Virtually Yours, a network for over 150 Australian Virtual Assistants. This passionate woman who has been described many times as ‘awesome’ is a true asset to the Virtual Assistant industry and her desire to see the industry grow and develop shines through in everything she does.

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virtual assistant manual / workbookReviewed by Louise Kerr, Dynamic Virtual Assistance

Dynamic Virtual Assistance provides a customised executive assistance service to busy professionals, especially those who work alone providing services to clients. Giving them back time in their day to concentrate on improving their service or to take much needed family or personal time.

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The giveaway:

This gorgeous hardcopy book includes heaps of advice about setting up your virtual assistant business and what to consider to ensure you are working with the right clients and getting them to LOVE you for your AWESOMENESS!

It is a book and manual in one – activities are included to help you along the way. Feedback and tips from many business owners are included so you know EXACTLY what they are looking for in an awesome VA! Valued at $36.30.

For your chance to win, simply comment on the blog on why you absolutely have to win this by Friday 19 September 2014.


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5 Responses to VA VA VOOM – How to be an amazing Virtual Assistant and every client’s most Valued Asset

  1. Alli says:

    Congrats to Kylie, Eva and Cate on winning your copies of Va Va Voom – yays! x

  2. Cate Gray says:

    I would love to win this so I can step back from my day job and spend a bit more time with my beautiful babies as they are growing up too quickly! :-)

  3. Eva Kiraly says:

    A VA is something I might be interested in, actually, it seems to be exactly what I’ve been looking to do, something I can do from home so I can still focus on my children.

  4. I would love to win this to pick up some tips to help me with my growing VA business! Learning from an expert would be fab! Thank you.

  5. Kylie Miller says:

    I absolutely have to have Va Va Voom by Friday 19th because I need a manual to kick me in to gear so I can take my business to the next level! Va Va Voom has had such great reviews I know it is exactly what I need!

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