Webinar class reveals three important things you must know to work at home as a virtual assistant
Lawrencetown, Canada, May 19, 2015 –(PR.com)– Lisa MacDonald, Virtual Assistant and owner of Virtual Assistant Mastery will host a free webinar called “The 3 Important Things You Must Know to Become a Virtual Assistant.” The webinar will take place on May 21, 2015 at 2pm Eastern via the internet.
The webinar training will be of great interest to those who are tired of commuting, those who feel unfulfilled in their jobs, those who lost their jobs in the economic downturn and have been unable to find another job, and anyone who wants to learn how to work at home as a virtual assistant.
“Almost everyone has skills they have accumulated from previous jobs, volunteer work, and even hobbies and interests,” says MacDonald. “These skills can often be transferred and used as a starting point when setting up a virtual assistance business. The skills may include administrative, technological, writing, graphic design, and more.”
MacDonald adds, “Being a virtual assistant can be very rewarding. As a business owner you can choose the services you offer and the clients you work for, as well as set your own rates and determine the hours you will work. It allows a lot of flexibility and freedom for those wishing to spend more time with family.”
Lisa MacDonald is the owner of Transcribble Virtual Assistance. She helps coaches, trainers and consultants with online technology so that they can have less stress, more time, and they can focus on making money. After receiving requests from others wanting advice on becoming a virtual assistant, she also developed Virtual Assistant Mastery to teach women or men how to transfer the skills they already have to become a virtual assistant so they can work at home, make money, and have more time with their families.
For more information and to register for the free webinar, “The 3 Important Things You Must Know to Become a Virtual Assistant,” please visit http://virtualassistantmastery.ca/free-webinar.
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