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Why become a “Virtual Assistant”?

I hope you are having a fabulous week and are adapting to the “new” way of doing things.

In case we haven’t had a chance to meet in person yet, I have some background information about me below to help you get to know me better.

My background:
I have been using computers and technology for over 20 years and have worked in different industries as a secretary, receptionist, personal assistant and providing general administration support. I also have experience with customer service, sales, data entry and record keeping.

Other attributes I feel are important to have are an excellent sense of humour, a creative mind, attention to detail and integrity. I have also played grass hockey for nearly 30 years, have spent most of my life living in small country towns and I am a dog person!

Why become a “Virtual Assistant”?

? To utilise my skills and advances in technology to my advantage to work from home and in my own way.

? To create financial stability and time flexibility with my family and personal commitments.

? To fill a gap in a growing industry.

? To help other people fulfil their dreams.

? To enable me to be creative every day

? To combine my love of technology, websites, social media and graphic design

But how does this help you?
I understand how tricky it can be to balance work with family time and other commitments.
I have had to watch my pennies very closely at times over the years, so I know it can be scary to make investments in products or services, but also how rewarding it is to finally see a project finished.
I enjoy using technology and am happy to share my knowledge so you can enjoy it too.
I am interested in learning new things and finding easier ways for tasks to be done, which means more time for the fun stuff!
I love being creative (both on and off the computer) and can happily spend hours adjusting colours, fonts and other graphics (or embellishments) until it all fits together.

If you have any questions about how I can help, feel free to send me a message. 

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