Rising Gas Prices Have You Down? Work From Home and Save Money at the Pump
With soaring gas prices fueling the strong need to work from home, now is the perfect time to become the business owner you always dreamed about. Think how great that short commute to your home-based office would be for those of you who can no longer afford to travel. You not only save money, but you get to experience the thrill of being your own boss and earning the kind of money you know you are worth.
One of the top businesses to start at home today is virtual assisting. Virtual Assistants are highly skilled professionals who provide service from a home office to anywhere in the world. Through the use of high-speed Internet access, e-mails, fax machines, mail services, as well as many web-based applications Virtual Assistants handle such things as publicity, Internet research, word processing, event planning, real estate transactions, legal briefs, medical transcriptions, proofing, editing, publishing and so much more.
And just who is using a VA? Just about everyone from corporate professionals to doctors, accountants to writers, and even attorneys rely on these professional assistants to keep their businesses running smoothly. Not to mention the authors and online shops that use VAs for their marketing and publicity. Putting their many years of knowledge and advanced training to work for them, these Virtual Assistants can take over administrative duties while executives concentrate on increasing profits—it’s a perfect fit!
How do you get started? Easy. Diana Ennen and Kelly Poelker’s book, Virtual Assistant - The Series: Become a Highly Successful, Sought After VA (Another 8 Hours Publishing) and the accompanying VA The Series Workbook Edition provides you with everything you need to get well on your way to a successful new career. This book has already helped thousands of administrative professionals start their business and with the help of the Workbook Edition, others are soon to follow.
Start today and experience the financial freedom you’ve always wanted. Visit www.va-theseries.com for additional tips on starting your own virtual assistant business, or visit Academy of Virtual Professionals at www.AcademyVP.com to learn about a 16-week training program.