Tag Archives: virtual assistants

How To Survive Being A Freelance Or SEO Writer

February 18, 2013

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In a freelance writing career, one may ask how one would be able to write article after article and never run out of ideas. The secret to that, I’m afraid is coffee. Just kidding. There is no one “secret” to being able to write article after article; each freelance writer probably does it their way. […]

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When You Screw Up, Just Get Back On The Saddle!

November 22, 2012

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This post takes off from my three realizations in the previous post, the point about “Getting back up on the saddle.” As a young Virtual Assistant, around 6 years ago, I had a very bad habit of “hibernating” whenever I failed myself and my clients. By “hibernating,” I mean that I wouldn’t show up back […]

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Becoming A Virtual Assistant: How To Succeed (Or At Least Keep Going) As A Virtual Assistant

November 8, 2012

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In the last two posts, I’ve outlined the polar attributes to being a VA: the great parts of it, and the challenges that come with it. And now, I’m giving you a primer on how to succeed as a VA. Mind you, let me make this disclaimer as I go on: I am not PERFECT […]

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Becoming A Virtual Assistant: The Trials And Travails Of Being A VA

November 8, 2012

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I may have said this a few times in LiveWealthier.net already, and I’m saying it again, right this moment: I’m a Virtual Assistant, and I love how the Internet has opened up this career option to my generation. Just a while ago, I published an article of why the Virtual Assistant career is awesome, and […]

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Becoming A Virtual Assistant: Why Being A VA Rocks

November 8, 2012

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Outsourcing, especially home-based outsourcing, as a field, had opened up so many doors to different demographics, even spanning different countries. For the single mom in America, to the single dad in the Philippines, more people who may benefit from working from home have found a new avenue to make a living, with a lifestyle that […]

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Two Nearly-Identical Tasks, Two Starkly Different Reactions

September 27, 2012

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In 2008, I had this client. She was uber-efficient, if not overbooked. I liked what I did for her and her husband’s company, at the start. It was through them that I learned how to bill by the hour, how to use the Unique Article Wizard article spinning software, what the Aweber backend looks like, […]

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Why My Virtual Assistant Self Needs Meal Replacement Products

September 6, 2012

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Let me get this straight: I’m not really into meal replacements for health reasons. I’m diabetic, but I’m not really watching my health, just yet. I’m into meal replacement products because of my virtual assistant lifestyle. The virtual assistant’s lifestyle is practically lived in front of the computer: you answer new work/project inquiries via email, […]

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