A rapidly growing industry is that of virtual assistants, also know as VAs. A virtual assistant is not an employee; he or she is self-employed. Being self-employed makes a VA an entrepreneur, a business owner.





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Written by ShawnHessinger
3884 days ago

Hi Sue,

Thanks so much for this great post. There are so many important aspects related to your comment including the fact that when you move from employee to entrepreneur you must begin to think differently, beginning to consider not only the work you do but how to market your service and bring in other clients. Finally, there is a need to outsource or delegate where possible because often only through expanding your client base can you really build a sustained business. Even if you start a business with only yourself and your own skills, you had better not stay there.



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