Today’s post is an interesting article I found on ezinearticles.com, “5 Profitable Businesses You can Start From Home”, by Jon Allo.
As a business owner like myself, I need to take a break from my administrative business work, marketing, client work, etc., etc. I’ve been putting in that extra time these past couple of weeks to prepare for fourth quarter marketing and it’s exhausting!
I want to touch on a subject that may spark controversy in the Virtual Assistance industry, but I would like to share what I know is the difference between a Virtual Assistant and someone who is just a virtual worker or just works from home for a company or organization.
I’m writing today to give a shout-out to my favorite Facebook group called the “Virtual Networking Community for Introvert-preneurs”. Without the encouragement and attention I have received from its members and especially the founder of this group, Kim Gray, I don’t believe I would be where I am right now in my business!
I’ve actually wrote about how I started my Virtual Assistant (or VA) business earlier this month, but I thought I would do a comparison when I first started out more than 10 years ago and where I am 10 years later.