Finding Remote Work in Summertime Work Flow

Finding Remote Work in Summertime Work Flow

{Virtual Work Opportunities for the week of June 5th….scroll down…. but we’d love for you to read our advice on how to land these great opportunities first!}

It’s full on summertime for me this week!  Graduation festivities and college orientation are behind us.  One child is off to the first week of summer camp.  Others are occupied with work and activities.  I’ve got a “normal” summer week ahead of me and I’m starting to feel adapted to the work-from-home-summer-life…. which is quite interruptive and different from the work-from-home-while-at-school-life.

Ways I Adapt to the Work-From-Home Summer Schedule:

(with kids ages 18, 15, 13 and 11)

  • I work earlier for uninterrupted time.  Like 6 am – 9 am for example
  • We review the schedule each week so they know when I have client meetings / video recordings
  • Everyone has their own goals to work towards.  So the day isn’t all structured like school but they have a menu of things to pick from in a self-directed way.  Do something active.  Do something helpful.  Learn something, etc.
  • I change up my schedule with clients – which they generally love too – so we can still accomplish our goals but on a more summer-friendly schedule.  Changing things up like this freshens our outlook which is a bonus as well.
  • I add a fun “summertime thinking” project to my work.  Usually a writing or creation project of some sort I can chew on while sitting at the pool, on road trips or on vacation.

Now here are some fun facts about the the virtual work opportunities we love this week:

It’s a small {internet} world after all:  One of these gems of a position I found on Hire My Mom is from someone I crossed paths with in the internet world at a conference 6 years ago.  And they are doing so well with their online business.   Get out and get to conferences occasionally.  It’s a smaller world in the online business space than you may realize.

Feel Good work is out there:  Autism and Red Cross?  So many tell me they want to work for a non-profit.  Organizations like this are beginning to see the value and benefits of working with remote talent.  If this is what you want, go looking specifically for the companies you want to work for, then research their work-from-home potentials.

One, steady, PT or FT client is a good option for some:  Don’t want to build a whole portfolio of freelance clients?  You don’t have to!  For some people, in some seasons, one solid client is sufficient, enjoyable and effective.  It’s not a competition.  You are designing the right freelance business for you.

Let’s Start Summer With These VWO’s

{These virtual work opportunities are pulled from various sources around the web each week.  Some are free listings and some require a membership to sites such as FlexJobs or HireMyMomIf you want the best clients, long term business and the highest rates, we suggest using these sites over free Facebook groups.  To learn how to refine your search for the highest dollar virtual work opportunities, try our fast class.}

Copywriter for Autism Products Company

Feel good business….low on details on the job description but job posting indicates an awareness of the caliber of talent needed. They want a “Copywriter needed to identify a brand voice for a company geared for children with Autism. Needing to translate the brand voice into web copy & writing on the packaging.”

PT Customer Service For Digestive Wellness Company

The online world is actually quite small. When we came across this job posting, I was like “hey! I know these guys from back in 2012 when they were just getting started! Crazy!” They are good guys with a great, important mission. And, I can tell they’ve been around the block in the Virtual Professional space as well when their job posting says “Is extremely dependable… not the “This usually doesn’t happen, but it happened again” type.” Right? You guys I PREACH without apology to be a professional. To show up. You have the flexibility of work from home but that doesn’t mean constant interruptions are accepted. You need to stay professional and focused on the work.
So these guys are seeking a Customer Support VA, and I’m not surprised due to the success and professionalism with which they run their business.

Virtual Executive Assistant

Leading private Virtual Assistant firm is looking for an executive assistant who specializes in supporting senior level management clients. Ideal candidate will be “tech savvy” (examples given are Asana, Google Docs, CRM’s, Evernote – so they aren’t asking you to program but just know your way around a computer or be willing to learn) They ask: “Are you a life-long learner who thrives on educating yourself on new tools?” I love this question. It shows they are wise and open to training up the right candidate. Great position for someone breaking out of their day job!

PT Social Media Strategies & Brand Storyteller

Social Media done right. With professionalism and high amounts of creativity. I like this opportunity for a couple of reasons. First, you are working for an agency…which can be a pro or a con depending on your business goals. But if you don’t like the prospecting and selling part, this is done for you. Secondly, I can tell this agency has a well thought out job description and pays for experience (they aren’t just trying to get away cheap. Because you can’t in this creative space.)

Brand Market Expert for the American Red Cross

Here it is! Feel GOOD about the work you do. American Red Cross is seeking a brand-marketing expert to support the Talent Acquisition Team in focusing on employment branding. Social media campaigns and platform experience strongly preferred. This is a professional remote position with long term stability. Go for it!
Make It A Work-From-Home Summer

Make It A Work-From-Home Summer

{Virtual Work Opportunities for the week of May 28th….scroll down…. but we’d love for you to read our advice on how to land these great opportunities first!}

 

 

The worst working-mom day ever for me was the first day of summer.  Everyone else would sleep in while I left early, dressed in stuffy clothes and watched as my babysitter, husband or neighbor shared photos of all the summer fun.

Not only was I missing my own healthy dose of sunshine stuck in that corporate air conditioning, I was using up all my best energy in the office and coming home spent and exhausted.

This. Is. Motivation.   Can this be the last summer you ever have to spend in an office?

You guys.  Working in the sunshine is the best ever!

Breaking up my work day to match my kids summer schedule….priceless.

So I put together this free training to capitalize on that momentum as we kick off summer.

How to build your mom-life-friendly professional work-from-home business this summer.

It’s not MLM or direct sales. You can use the skills you already have. Organization. Computer skills. Customer Service. Writing. Design.

It seems easy! So what you are missing to make this happen?

1. Where are these jobs?
2. What are my marketable skills and how do I present them?
3. What about all those “scary business steps”? (Hint: There aren’t any. This is really simple.)

I’ve taught customer service reps how to become freelance professionals. And I’ve shown well-paid corporate professionals, how to transition into more interesting and meaningful clients using their talents from home as freelancers.

This show is a special Memorial Day edition. It will boost your end of the 3 day weekend spirit with a plan and a path to move into PROFESSIONAL work-from-home life.  Watch it here.(even if the 3 day weekend has passed)

 

Lead in title for this week’s VWO’s

{These virtual work opportunities are pulled from various sources around the web each week.  Some are free listings and some require a membership to sites such as FlexJobs or HireMyMomIf you want the best clients, long term business and the highest rates, we suggest using these sites over free Facebook groups.  To learn how to refine your search for the highest dollar virtual work opportunities, try our fast class.}

Long-Term VA for Luxury Real Estate Company

 

Luxury Real Estate Company in Aspen is looking for a perfectionist with attention to detail, an eye for design and is good with words. An entrepreneur is seeking a long-term VA for tasks such as copywriting, proofing marketing materials and drafting emails. Since looking at high-end real estate is a fun past time of mine, this sounds FUN!

Content & Social Media Specialist for Start-up

I love the way they word this: “looking for a prolific and talented content creator to write and produce various projects and blog regularly”
This well thought out and detailed job description from this award-winning startup is a great opportunity to work with a company with momentum. FYI, they mention project management skills. Smart cookies.

PT Social Media Manager for Health & Nutrition Blogger

 

Are you a health & nutrition guru? This Social Media Manager position could be ideal for you. Big request…lots of platforms, content development, campaign management and more.

PT Branding-Product Manager for High-End Home Product Retailer

High-End kitchen / home / baby / pet product retailer is seeking a brand and product manager to play a “conductor” coordinating various marketing materials with a team that includes graphic designers, copywriters, photographers etc.
This is for a quality, high-end kind of marketing style and their pay offer seems to reasonably match to that skillset. At 20 hours per week, this could be a solid client with good pay.

Start Your New Online Book Keeping Business With This Client

 

Are you a bookkeeper a little nervous about finding your own clients? This is a great virtual gig to start small and grow into more under the wing of an accomplished bookkeeping and accounting company.

How We Find Virtual Work

How We Find Virtual Work

{Virtual Work Opportunities for the week of May 22nd….scroll down…. but we’d love for you to read our advice on how to land these great opportunities first!}

Have you received our virtual work finder guide at some point in time?   If so, have you used it?

 

I know. Life gets busy.

So I recorded this short little video to show you how we use the Virtual Work Finder ourselves and select these top opportunities each week.

 

Video Training: How to Use Our Virtual Work Finder 

Some highlights:

🔹 I reviewed a more strategic higher dollar job opportunity in this video.

     Watch and learn how to find those and what sets them apart.

🔹 Whether you want full-time work from home, part-time work from home

     with 1 client or a variety of smaller projects ongoing, I shared examples

     of each of those in this short video.

🔹 If you want to go faster, check out the High Dollar Work Finder.


Some questions:

Do I need to pay for these recommended subscription sites?

It’s up to you but it’s so inexpensive compared to the value of the work you are going to get. And professional business owners turn to these sites for quality candidates. So you want to go where the jobs are right?

(FYI: only on some of these do we receive a small commission if you sign up through our link. it’s not why we share it. We use these sites ourselves. In fact, these Virtual Work Opportunities we share each week come from these sites.)

Have I (Lori) ever been hired from one of these sites?

Definitely. In fact sometimes on Upwork people reach directly to me to apply for their position. It’s all about having the right skills and experience displayed on your profile.


If you still have questions, the How She Quits show is a great place for free training and advice on the mom-friendly online business world.

The latest episodes are 3 Ways to the Fastest Path Virtually From Home:

Episode 14: 1-on-1 Services – profit maximizing tips in less than 5 minutes!

Episode 15: Moving from hourly to project-based and 1-to-Many services.

 

Check out this week’s opportunities now:

{These virtual work opportunities are pulled from various sources around the web each week.  Some are free listings and some require a membership to sites such as FlexJobs or HireMyMomIf you want the best clients, long term business and the highest rates, we suggest using these sites over free Facebook groups.  To learn how to refine your search for the highest dollar virtual work opportunities, try our fast class.}

Flexible Creative Content Writer/Creator

Want those projects that will fit in nap time windows? Here’s an opportunity for writing projects.
Ideal candidate will have the ability to write in a variety of voices for various clients who need relevant articles for publishing on their behalf (ghostwriting) on 3rd party websites. Posts could be anywhere between 700 and 1,200 words, depending on the post.

Strategists this one is for you! Digital Marketing Manager.

Do you have a love for gardening and an eye for photography?
A fast-growing company is looking for an experienced marketing who specializes in email marketing and social media strategy. The ideal candidate will have experience with campaign optimization and performance analysis, project management as well as copywriting and creative direction. I loved this line “Our marketing is still in its infancy so we are looking for someone who can bring their experience to develop strategy, systems, and processes from scratch.”

Part-Time SEO Content Writer with Clever Job Posting

Are you looking to building your portfolio with high quality content while learning from experienced digital marketing experts?
Ecommerce firm is seeking a part-time, talented and reliable individual to provide amazing SEO content on various topics. (Look for their attention to detail in this posting!)

Social Media Coordinator for Health-Conscious Food Company

Unique, 100% Virtual, Food company is seeking an energetic and organized Social Media Assistant to join their team.
I love how this company is all about finding the right fit, the right unique person who is passionate about communication, their customers and resourceful for the team. This shows wisdom and professionalism in their recruitment. Expect a solid professional experience but….all virtual with a great culture.

An Easy Step from Corporate with this Virtual Admin Position

This one is a step between “corporate” and “freelance” which makes it a nice transition for someone wanting to get into remote work.
Rapidly growing software & design company is seeking a champion for the Ops team as well as their culture and candidate experience. Candidate should thrive on being helpful, supportive in resolving team inquiries, assisting in coordinating company-wide activities, staying organized and driving day-to-day tasks forward. Bonus Points for previous recruiting and HR experience.
20-30 hours a week.

Unique, 100% Virtual, Food company is seeking an energetic and organized Social Media Assistant to join their team.

I love how this company is all about finding the right fit, the right unique person who is passionate about communication, their customers and resourceful for the team. This shows wisdom and professionalism in their recruitment. Expect a solid professional experience but….all virtual with a great culture.

 


Are you ready to fast track your business? 

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I Know I’m Worth More Than $25 Per Hour – How To Get There

I Know I’m Worth More Than $25 Per Hour – How To Get There

{Virtual Work Opportunities for the week of May 15th….scroll down…. but we’d love for you to read our advice on how to land these great opportunities first!}

You know that feeling when you got your first “ten-speed” bike with gears?

Before that, you only went as fast as your skinned up 8-year-old legs could pedal. But now, a flick of the thumb (and a little more initial leg power) and you are now cranking along passing your brother with windblown hair feeling empowered. Soon that initial leg power needs lessons and you are going FASTER with the same leg power.

That’s what it’s like when you shift from only offering hourly services to offering packaged services. The initial push is going to be a little harder but it’s going to take you further, faster.

 

Last Friday in the How She Quits Show Episode 14 I shared the fastest path to income is one-on-one services. And that’s a fact. I don’t know how to say this very well without sounding too optimistic….but there is legitimately more work available than gets filled every single week (and why we post these opportunities for your in these emails/posts).

 

Even crazier, you can do 1-on-1 work for as few as 3 months and realize you are capped. 25 hours a week. 25 dollars an hour. $2500 – $3000 a month.

 

That’s not bad at all for part-time work flexibly from home. And for many of you, it would be life-changing.

For others, it’s not quite enough to replace your commute-crazy, cubicle-slave income. Besides, you can bring more VALUE to clients than $25 / hour.

What if you write some ad copy that brings them $5000 in sales? It maybe took you 60 minutes but its value was much greater than $25.

Moving from hourly work to special talent rates or packages is like utilizing that next set of gears on your “ten-speed”. A little more initial leg speed but then, momentum carries you further and faster.

In episode 15 of the How She Quits Show, I will teach the steps for moving into 1 to many, packaged offers.  Catch it this Friday over here.

For now, I want to leave you with some actions. Because I’m super pragmatic and ultimately want to free moms to earn their income from the flexibility of their home.

 

If you feel you are worth more than $25 / hour and want to move up in rates and packaged offerings, ask yourself these questions in preparation for Episode 15:

  • In what tasks for clients do I KNOW I’m delivering more than $25 / hour?
  • What do my clients tell me I do better than other VA / freelancers they’ve worked with?
  • Where do I see patterns of work I can repeat with multiple clients? i.e. the way I set up weekly emails or the way I batch social media content or the effectiveness of the way I design a landing page for them.
  • In what work am I most confident of the revenue/profitability I can bring my clients?

 

Raising rates and offering packages requires tightening up our delivery, our words, our interactions with clients to get focused in on that super successful thing you do. And, to feel confident in those results you can bring.

Here’s to getting on our 10-speed this summer!

Start by browsing our favorite virtual opportunities of the week!

{These virtual work opportunities are pulled from various sources around the web each week.  Some are free listings and some require a membership to sites such as FlexJobs or HireMyMomIf you want the best clients, long-term business and the highest rates, we suggest using these sites over free Facebook groups.  To learn how to refine your search for the highest dollar virtual work opportunities, try our fast class.}

Tiny Houses & Hockey Tees? So Fun! VA for 2 Companies Full of Heart

An entrepreneur with two unique businesses is looking for a part-time, right-hand VA to grow with the company. Great potential for full-time for the right fit. This is directly from the job description –

“Company culture: *We are about growing consciously and sustainability, and giving back… living the change we want to see in the world through everyday interactions and decisions while valuing a healthy life/work balance. ”

This position does require availability 7 days a week (5-10 hours a week) with flexible hours. Salaried position.

VA/Executive Assistant for Various Business & Personal Projects

This Entrepreneur is looking for a jack-of-all-trades of sorts. Various responsibilities ranging from technical to administrative and creative tasks need rangling. The ideal candidate is willing to learn and grow with the company/owner and will possess top notch customer service skills, superb communication skills and the ability to ask for guidance and direction when needed. Must be able to respond during Eastern Time Zone for a few hours a day.

Writers Needed (always needed!)

Attention Writers! (and those who doubt they are a writer)

Writing is one of the most flexible virtual professional freelance opportunities out there. If you enjoy writing, having a flexible schedule, and working from home, this is the job for you!
You get to choose the articles you want to write, set your own schedule, and work virtually.

Part-Time Remote Administrative Assistant for Book Publication Company

Book Publication Company is seeking a remote part-time Administrative Assistant to manage book projects during the manuscript development process. This is a new position with the possibility to grow. This is a great opportunity to get in early and show your talents. Evolve this position over time by demonstrating responsiveness, working knowledge of web-based tools, and the ability to stay on task in a fast-paced environment.

The Collective is Mentoring for Your Online Business Life.
Most female online business owners don’t need a coach.  They need a mentor.
Your Answers Will Shape Our Resources Coming This Summer

Your Answers Will Shape Our Resources Coming This Summer

{Virtual Work Opportunities for the week of May 8th…scroll down…. but we’d love for you to read our advice on how to land these great opportunities first!}

It’s “May Madness” around here.

4 kids. 3 schools. You get it.

But on overdrive this May because….I’m graduating my first from high school in t-minus 13 days. Ahhhhhh!

(I need space to breath and grateful for a business that allows that.)

But my passion for helping other mom’s in the online business world never dims. We just get efficient.

To help us define our summer offerings for you, in a super simple way that we can do amidst May Madness, can you quick reply with an answer here?

Select the question based on where you are on your journey:

📍 If you are already doing VA / virtual professional work:
     What’s the one thing that frustrates you like crazy and you’d like me to teach you a magic solution for?

📍 If you are a mom who wants to make some extra cash on the side:
     What’s holding you back from starting?

📍 If you are still in a day job dreaming of working from home:
     What’s holding you back from knowing what to do?

📍 If you are in a day job AND doing a side business:
     What’s holding you back from quitting?

📍 If you are full time in the online space in any capacity:
     When you see my business(es), what’s the one “Lori secret’ you wish you knew for your own business?

Talk to me ladies. So I have a distraction from all these “senior mom” tears.

Contact me HERE with your thoughts.

I’m sure it’s end-of-school-year “May Madness” for you too. A quick message takes 30 seconds.

My response may be a game changer for you.

Take 30 seconds for yourself, please. Thank you.

 

Maybe a quick read through this week’s VWO’s will inspire you! Take a peek!

{These virtual work opportunities are pulled from various sources around the web each week.  Some are free listings and some require a membership to sites such as FlexJobs or HireMyMomIf you want the best clients, long term business and the highest rates, we suggest using these sites over free Facebook groups.  To learn how to refine your search for the highest dollar virtual work opportunities, try our fast class.}

Jack-Of-All-Trades-VA for a Virtual Based Company

This client needs it ALL. A short job post asking for a little bit of everything – so enter this knowing that it’s probably not super clear how they can best utilize you. With patience and understanding of putting processes in place, if you have a personality fit with this client and their mission, the work will likely become recurring….and you have a chance to help them be more profitable as a result. Win-win-win.

Social Media Manager for VA Firm

This is a great example of a specialized virtual work role….ironically with another VA agency.

They are seeking a Social Media Manager who is self-motivated and self-disciplined, demonstrating expertise in this area of work. Responsiveness and professionalism, be detail-oriented, have excellent grammatical skills, be organizationally and technologically savvy, communicate effectively, and be results-oriented and resourceful.

In short: Your chance to work for people who get it and shine as an expert in your area.

New VA’s Start With This Kind Of Work

I loved how this job prospect seemed very realistic, clear and specific about what they need in a VA. This position could be ideal for someone who is just breaking into the field. The tasks aren’t too complex. The hours are contained. The client seems to have good expectations. Tasks include customer service (via phone & email), has basic design skills (e.g., Canva, PowerPoint) and skilled at scheduling social media posts (via Hootsuite).

Marketing Assistant VA for a Coach/Trainer with a Sense of Humor!

Immediately when I read the post, I thought this entrepreneur knows what they want and has a sense of humor to go with determination for success.

This independent coach and trainer working with national clients, international clients and partners is in search of an experienced, resourceful, organized and trustworthy VA. Candidate MUST have at least 1+ years experience as an admin assistant.

If you read the full post I see one very key need: RESPONSIVENESS. (Ring any bells? I harp on this being essential ingredient #1 all the time). 50 hours a month. 21 day paid trial to make sure candidate is the right fit.

And back to the countdown to summer break!
You have the chance to have a clear business strategy and new clients before summer arrives.
My Predictions for the Future of the VA / Virtual Work World

My Predictions for the Future of the VA / Virtual Work World

{Virtual Work Opportunities for the week of May 1st….scroll down…. but we’d love for you to read our advice on how to land these great opportunities first!}

By now we’ve scanned thousands and posted hundreds of virtual work opportunities and we’ve only been doing this for about 6 months.

We do it to show you the WORK IS OUT THERE.

The virtual work world is so new and so wildly inconsistent. There is no standard yet. Which is frustrating but totally plays to your advantage. People are literally inventing their businesses as they go.

This is one of those moments you will regret if you let it slip by.

What does the virtual work potential look like?

If you want to make an extra $1000 a month. Almost a no-brainer.

If you want to replace $2 – 4k of your day job. Yes. Absolutely possible.

If you want to move into the $5-10k per month range…. yes. With the right skills, this is possible (and then higher because bringing that kind of professionalism into this industry is sooooo needed.)

What will the virtual work industry look like if you wait?

My prediction is this:

Those who started now will be dug in steady with the best clients. (All of my best clients are long-term… 1 – 2 years of work together. Find your fit and don’t change a good thing!)

Virtual Professional agencies will own the placement of the top talent (and take a portion of your pay if you work through them)

General VA work will become more and more commoditized (and therefore lower priced).

If you wait, you will start at a lower rate and have a tougher time working your way up.

This is why you need to start sooner and refine your skills and move into that highly skilled arena ahead of the pack.

You have a chance to be first to market. Which is like a winning lottery ticket.

What if you would have been an early investor in Uber? Or Amazon? Or Facebook? Aloha right? Success!

Or maybe a more relatable scenario for us moms who’ve most likely been pitched a variety of direct sales/home party businesses over the years. The first people in always have the best opportunity.

Ok. There is nothing MLM about this but the first mover advantage is very relevant.

Waiting until you…..

🔸 get thru the next project

🔸 your child is in preschool

🔸 your husband gets his promotion

🔸 the kids are back in school

Don’t wait. You can start small and start quickly and get further ahead.

Here are some insights into applying for this week’s positions.

I actually talk to the business owners for many of the postings we share. I do this to let them know we are sharing their post. Sometimes I suggest better ways to position their opening. Sometimes I have a prime candidate for them who has completed one of my programs (6 Weeks to Clients for example).

Here is what they are saying:
✔️ They are often overwhelmed by responses.
     TIP: You need to stand out.

✔️ Many of the responders simply don’t respond back quickly enough.
     TIP: Be responsive (within a few hours) and follow up.

✔️ Personality is key. They just don’t connect.
     TIP: Kindness and authenticity matter.

✔️ When they find the right person, there is always more work for them moving forward.
     TIP: Your first project can open the door to much more.

This week’s HOT VWO’s

{These virtual work opportunities are pulled from various sources around the web each week.  Some are free listings and some require a membership to sites such as FlexJobs or HireMyMomIf you want the best clients, long term business and the highest rates, we suggest using these sites over free Facebook groups.  To learn how to refine your search for the highest dollar virtual work opportunities, try our fast class.}

Online Genius is Hiring Again

This is your chance to work for a highly successful mom CEO in the online business world. You will learn, learn, learn your socks off even as you help her with admin and organization (i.e. I read project management in this). The job posting is well thought out. She’s a gem! And this is likely to be work that is rewarding and opens many doors for the right person. Apply by May 11th!

Flexible, Clearly Defined VA Position

A structured VA job description with training? This is so rare to find. This client knows what VA work makes them successful. Traditional online VA support for author/consultant kinds of things – newsletters, emails, client scheduling, web posting.
Must be available a couple of hours a day between the hours of 10-5 EST. Bonus – this entrepreneur understands SAHM life and the importance of flexibility. Feels kind of warm and fuzzy when I read this one 🙂

Etsy + Pinterest VA

Etsy, Pinterest, and other social media management. This looks FUN and promising. When a business owner is hiring in this space, they are GROWING and looking for their right-hand girl to help them grow faster.

Virtual Law Firm Admin

Very detailed and specific job description here shows me this will be a great client for the right part-time virtual assistant. If you have any kind of legal secretary background then go show your stuff in email response, calendar management, accounting, and research.

2 Clients in One for a Virtual Book Keeper

Pick up multiple clients in one swoop! Quickbooks Bookkeeper for a business owner with multiple businesses. This is EFFICIENCY. For you and the client. The job description demonstrates they are organized and know exactly what they need. (That’s a good thing!)

So how do you stand out and really land one of these opportunities?

Just dive in of course. Action always wins.

There are, however, smarter and better ways to do this than others. Ways that save you a lot of time and increase your rates sooner. And it’s too much for just one post. It takes advice, refinement, learning and studying yourself and the market. But it’s SO DOABLE with the right guidance.

We do this together in the How She Quits Community. You accelerate finding the right clients with personal attention in the 6 Weeks To Clients program.

It’s not a giant massive group of other women learning a cookie cutter VA business.

(that will ultimately be commoditized right?) First and foremost I’m a business strategist. My goal is to help you take your skills and craft a business that grows to be a sustainable, valuable specialist business…. before the market gets there ahead of you!

You have the chance to have a clear business strategy and new clients.

Remember….. stand out. Get your business designed and operational ahead of the crowd.

ARE YOU READY TO BUILD THE REVENUE YOU NEED TO QUIT YOUR DAY JOB?