THE go-to resource for anyone wanting to start a successful, thriving Virtual Assistant business today.

What if you had everything you need to create a life of freedom in one resource?

  • To never have to answer to a boss?
  • To never have to deal with crabby co-workers?
  • To never have to punch another clock?
  • To never have to endure another endless commute?
  • To never have to feel guilty for leaving your family to go to work?

This book provides solutions to common problems that make even the seasoned entrepreneur uncomfortable, like: dealing with difficult clients, what to do when someone doesn’t pay, and how to deal with negative family and friends who aren’t supportive of your goals and dreams.

Order your copy today and experience the freedom you can achieve by leveraging YOUR most valuable resource, your own talent!

Check Out What Other People Are Saying About This Book

For anyone wanting to become a VA, Tracey Osborne knows what she's talking about. Getting started is usually the hardest thing to do, and this book covers all the details. Easy to read, full of information, totally worth the read.

Tania Shipman

I loved this book! I have been considering starting a VA business for a couple of years now. Years! I had no idea where to start. As a result, I decided to get a couple of books hoping at least one of them could guide me in the right direction. This book did! There are steps, activities and great tips. It's everything that you need to get started. This book left me without excuses!

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A very valuable read! I like Tracey's clear and no-nonsense approach.

Anke

I loved this book! I have been considering starting a VA business for a couple of years now. Years! I had no idea where to start. As a result, I decided to get a couple of books hoping at least one of them could guide me in the right direction. This book did! There are steps, activities and great tips. It's everything that you need to get started. This book left me without excuses!

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VAs at all stages of their business can find useful information in this book. Well-edited and presented, it has long-term usefulness. Don't try to devour it in one reading and learn all of the information. Beginning VAs will benefit a great deal from the information here. Just enough 'war stories' to make some comparisons, but not on and on about the writer's experiences.

JudyAnn Lorenz