Case Study: Virtual Assistant lands FOUR Clients in One Day!
- Posted by: Craig Cannings
- Categories: Blog, Success Stories
- Comments: 3 Comments
Recently I interviewed one of our VAClassroom University students, Cindy Van Arnam, and was amazed at how quickly she built her Virtual Assistant business since starting from scratch in 7 months.
Take a few minutes and watch this impactful video as Cindy shares some super valuable and practical strategies for growing your VA Business here in 2017 and beyond!
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2:25 – The biggest challenge Cindy had to overcome in her first year of business
3:25 – Cindy’s #1 strategy for working smarter and not harder with her clients
4:58 – How Cindy discovered her niche and “zone of genius”
7:05 – Cindy’s top strategy for finding new clients (This strategy helped her land four clients in one day)
9:18 – How VAClassroom University contributed to her success this year
11:53 – Lessons learned since starting her business 7 months ago
13:34 – The secret of success for any virtual assistant
Excellent info and encouragement.
I love the resources and insight that is available to VA’s now.
The Pomodoro technique/The 50’s! That’s it! I could totally do that!. New to VA here, haven’t started yet but goal is to have a website up and running in the next few weeks. Thank you Cindy for your insight and nuggets of genius. You are infectious.
One quick question for either of you, I have experience creating software/website training videos. Essentially taking a written document/manual, doing a screen cast with voiceover following the steps of the manual. Sounds pretty dry, stiff and boring I know but I try to make it a natural, relaxed experience. Anyway, how’s the VA market for something like that? It’s not my priority to offer this to start but is it worthy of another look at it?
Software screencasting is an awesome skill in today’s market… lots of opportunities in multimedia editing! My good friend, Michelle Schoen has been doing this for years and now has a training center for screencasting called: http://LearnCamtasia.com.