As a Virtual Assistant, Doing a Good Job Just Isn’t Enough

As a Virtual Assistant Doing a 'Good Job' Just Isn't EnoughWhy should a potential client choose you over everyone else out there?

Entrepreneurs, business owners and corporate businesses alike all share one thing – they want the best. If they are working hard to be on top,  you can guarantee that any virtual assistants they hire are also hard workers and the best of the best. What does it mean to be the best?  It does not mean that they know everything or know how to do everything imaginable. Rather, the best virtual assistants are known for giving their best in all the projects they work on, in everything they do.  Is that you?

If you want to get ahead in the world of virtual assistance, one thing I strongly suggest is narrowing your field. As a virtual assistant, you do not have to chase all the jobs available. You do realize that, right?  Well, you might start off that way, but as you establish yourself as a virtual assistant, you will get to a point where you can actually pick and choose from all projects and jobs out there and only take the ones you want and the ones you excel at. Figure out what you enjoy and do your best. Make it a point to refine your skills.

Being the best can even get you to the point where clients find you. Be professional in all your communications and interactions with clients and potential clients and this will take you far. People pay attention and if you have an online presence, people really watch you. In all you do, do your best. Doing a good job merely gets the job accomplished but doing a great job leaves the client wanting more. Leaving clients wanting more equals more mullah in your bank account.

If you want repeat clients, do not just do a good job…do your best. Always.


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Pebbles Jacobo

Pebbles Jacobo, A&P Virtual Enterprises, began working from home as a VA (Virtual Assistant) several years ago. Jacobo enjoys working with clients in various fields, but specializes in working with Christian speakers, authors, and ministries.