Need more time in your BUSINESS?

Are You an Entrepreneur Starting to Get Overwhelmed with Tasks that are not Profit-Oriented?

Maybe it’s time that you get help without paying a FULL-TIME employee! Yes, you read it right! You can hire someone, pay him/her by the hour of service he/she does without the benefits of a regular employee!

Want to know how?

A virtual assistant (VA) offers services that might be of help to your business. Mostly, VA’s do different types of services based on their expertise so you’re sure that you’re hiring the best!

To know more about getting a VA, you can click this link and I’ll bring you to a complete eBook that will guide you in detail, how to work with a VA, its benefits and what to expect from them.

Virtual Assistants and VApreneurs Should Master Financial Literacy

April 30, 2016 by rochefel

I strongly believe that everyone, especially the Virtual Assistants and VApreneurs should master financial literacy. This is where it all began…   18 years ago, I read Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad. It had a great impact for an ambitious young lady like me at that time but no matter how I tried to ...

Homeschooler’s Field Trip Is A Great Way To Unplug For Virtual Assistants

April 12, 2016 by rochefel

Very recently, my daughter and I joined a parent’s organized field trip to the Philippine Air Force and Army Museum for home-schooling kids. This homeschooler’s field trip is a great way to unplug for Virtual Assistants like me and for other working parents out there who rarely have time to think and organize a quick, ...

Multiple Intelligence for Virtual Assistants and VApreneurs

March 16, 2016 by rochefel

I planned to host a FREE Webinar last week about Multiple Intelligence for Virtual Assistants and VApreneurs like you and show you why it’s important but due to unexpected technology issues, I had to move it. Good thing I didn’t let technology put me down! It was sad and panicky but we have to deal ...

How Can A Virtual Assistant Transition From Employee To VApreneur

January 28, 2016 by rochefel

  It was 2013 when I first had a taste of the Virtual assistant (VA) industry and I admit, I love the privilege of working from home regardless of the pay. For me, it was already a blessing to be helping out in the family expenses while taking care of my kids. But then, I ...

3 Steps to get a Virtual Assistant that fits

Identify The Tasks For Your Virtual Assistant

Every business owner needs help and I can attest to that! I have a Virtual Assistant business and I need help myself so I decided to write about how to identify the tasks to be given to your virtual assistant. As for me, I got myself the best VA I could ever have. My high school best friend.
She didn’t know much at first but I like her motivation and attitude. Maybe I just don’t care about skills much because I wasn’t looking


Define Your Ideal VA!

Once you have defined the need for a VA, our next step is to make your VA come to life. I don’t mean anything superficial but it’s simply defining the traits and characters you would love your VA to have.
You can start the definition by gender, location, age, education or work background, hobbies, advocacies or anything you’d like your VA to have. You can even give HIM/HER a name if you want! This helps you to get the exact fit to y


Find Them in Groups or Networks!

Now, are you ready for VA hunting? This is where the fun and adventure starts! Finally looking for your “Ideal VA”! Depending on your preference of the VA’s gender, location, industry,etc., you can find HIM/HER in most VA groups.
VA’s have this special way of supporting each other so they normally hang out in social media groups, mostly in LinkedIn, Facebook and sometimes, in Twitter. You can try these simple steps to finally meet