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Finally, A Trained Virtual Assistant
Can Help YOU Manage Your Business
So You Can Focus on What You Do Best!

If you are as frustrated as most small business owners are because the work never ends and you have to do it all yourself, here's help!

An Administrative Virtual Assistant can

  • Help you organize your business
  • Schedule appointments with your clients via email to prevent phone tag
  • Schedule and set up webinars for you
  • Send and answer professional correspondence for you
  • Keep your calendar updated
  • Manage your email
  • Upload articles to online directories for you
  • Send Press Releases to the services for you
  • Order books and basic office supplies for you
  • Create and mail greeting cards and post cards for you
  • And other administrative tasks that must be done yet eat your time
Stay-at-Home Moms Make Great Helpers!

<center><b>Rhea Perry</b></center>
Rhea Perry

As a stay-at-home mom of 7 who operates a very busy virtual business in her spare time, I learned years ago that I can't "Do It All" by myself. A strong company requires a good team, even if you currently operate as a lone entrepreneur.

Yet most small businesses can't afford to hire full-time employees and also cover their overhead. So, many small businesses are turning to Virtual Assistants, also known as VAs, who can help them virtually, from home and usually part-time.

My business is located in southern Tennessee. Yet it is managed from somewhere in California by a wonderful angel who dropped into my life straight out of heaven. My team members are scattered all over the country.

That is the face of an Internet business in the Internet Age.

You are no longer at the mercy of a boring, expensive office filled with politics, endless meetings and people you may not like. The Internet gives you the freedom to conduct business anywhere in the world where your laptop or air card can get an Internet signal.

We Have Trained the Stay-at-Home Moms
In Our Online Community to Serve Others as
Different Types of Virtual Assistants:
  • Administration Virtual Assistants
  • Real Estate Virtual Assistants
  • Social Media Experts
  • Webinar Recording Experts
  • Article Writers
  • e-Newsletter Creators
  • Paid Posters for your forums or membership sites
  • Transcribers
  • Bookkeeping Assistants

Other Services

We also have some Virtual Assistants trained to help you with

  • Membership site management
  • Membergate site set up
  • + Wishlist set up


If you know you need help but really don't know where to start, especially if you are contemplating setting up a membership site, we also offer consultation.

Simply submit an email request below to set an a phone appointment at your convenience. We can help you get vision for how to structure your site and other basic online marketing strategies for it in one-time session or on an going basis.

Mention you'd like a consultation when you submit a support ticket below.

Basically, A Virtual Assistant Gives You Back Your Life!

Entrepreneurs are NOT famous for being the most organized people on the block. In fact, the very creative nature of the entrepreneurial spirit is naturally disorganized!
So if you wonder why you are always struggling with getting everything done, do what smart business owners do: find a helpe.

How Can You Trust a Virtual Assistant to
Work for You When She Could Use All Your Great Ideas
To Start a Competitive Business?

That's simple. There are Starters and there are Finishers.

Starters are entrepreneurs who tend to be a bit ADD. They always have at least 3 projects going at one time and suffer from SOS. (That's Shiny Object Syndrome.) As soon as a cool new way to do something comes along, they jump on it... leaving the current projects at the mercy of Someone Else.

But being creative individuals, they often work alone. That is, unless they have discovered the secret of Thomas Edison who was first, a very creative inventor and second, a very smart businessman. Edison realized that for his inventions to live past him, he would have to do more than make cool discoveries. He would have to build a business.

In fact, that's the difference between his success and his contemporary's lack of success - Nikola Tesla. Tesla made discoveries. Edison made discoveries and built a business that is still going strong today. It's called General Electric. So if you want to do more than just make money, focus on building a business to leave to your children's children.

Step 1 is to find a great Virtual Assistant who can manage it all for you.

Finishers usually don't know where to start yet love completing tasks that someone else has started. Virtual Assistants are finishers so starting a huge enterprise is way out of their comfort zone. Instead, they channel their entrepreneurial desires into building their own businesses as independent contractors by serving others. This gives them the freedom to work from home around their own hours. Virtual Assistants love completing lists. Give a VA a list of assignments and at the end of the day or the week, you'll both be happy... plus, all your work will be completed!

Virtual Assistants operate as independent contractors and work at all hours of the day. You may give her an assignment before you go to bed at night and find the completed job in your Inbox in the morning.

How Can I Afford a Virtual Assistant?

That's a great question! If you work by yourself, you are basically self-employed. As Robert Kiyosaki, author Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant basically says, "If a self-employed person doesn't do the work, the work won't get done."

You've got to work your way into becoming a business owner where the business works for you because someone else does everything. You may not be there now but if you start working your way toward that, eventually you'll build a business that will accomplish your goals. (You DO have goals, don't you? Hmm.... Your VA can encourage you with that, too.)

If you do all the work, you get to keep all the money. True. But if you have someone else help you do the work you are not good at or that you really don't want to do, you'll have more time and mental energy to focus on what you are really good at doing. The extra time and mental freedom you gain by not having to do maintenance tasks will allow you to earn more money.

As Mark Victor Hansen, author of the Chicken Soup of the Soul series says, 1 + 1 does not equal 2, it equals 11 or even more. When you add an assistant to your business, you can accomplish much more together than you ever could by yourself. So your VA will end up not only paying for herself but making you more money over time. Plus, she can start working for you part time.

How Much Does a VA Charge?

VAs make from $10/hour to $75/hour depending on their knowledge and experience. You can start with a Basic VA today for just $10/hour and try her services for a week to find out if having an assistant will work for you. If you want to hire a VA for a single project, we have VAs who are willing to help you for as little as a few hours.

How Can I Try a VA Today?

To get started today, simply Contact Us to let us know what you need. We'll connect you with a VA who can help you with your particular needs. If after one week, you are not happy with that person, we'll send you someone else. We want our business relationship with you to be win/win for everyone!

Our VAs are educated, trained by us, and have experience working for other clients. If you are tired of feeling overwhelmed, let one of our experienced Virtual Assistants take the load off of you today!

Contact Us
To Get YOUR VA Today!

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