Have you ever wondered how to become self-employed? Do you think it is possible to earn $5,000 or more per month, working from home? Have you searched on Google “How to Make Money from Home” one too many times and are ready for methods that actually work? Abbey Ashley from The Virtual Savvy shows how all this is possible by starting your own Virtual Assistant business. Abbey started her own at-home Virtual Assistant business and was able to replace the income from her full-time job within 60 days (working only 20 hours per week!). If you’re ready to start making real money working from home, The Virtual Savvy is exactly what you need.
ABOUT THE VA BOOTCAMP
The VA Bootcamp is Abbey’s signature program that leads students step-by-step to starting and growing their own Virtual Assistant business. The course gives the exact blueprint to choosing your service, pricing your packages, getting your business set-up legally, as well as selling out your services with an advanced marketing plan. Hundreds of students have successfully launched their own business and are making money as a virtual assistant, working on their own terms. Students boast of selling out their services, quitting their full-time jobs, and having consistent $5,000 – $10,000 months, within just a few months of starting the Bootcamp.
The best part about The VA Bootcamp? No prior experience or certification as a Virtual Assistance is needed to enroll. In fact, this is the perfect program for a newbie, looking to start their own business online.
ABOUT ABBEY ASHLEY
Abbey helps aspiring virtual assistants launch their own business from scratch, so they can become financially independent. She knows first hand what it is to work at a job that isn’t fulfilling. Entrepreneurship is closer than most people realize, and it doesn’t take a hefty investment or years of experience to get started.
“I’m just an average person, who decided to do something to change my own circumstances. I’m a mom of two toddlers under the age of four. I know what it’s like to have spit-up on your new shirt while taking client calls, and the struggle between feeling like you don’t do enough for yourself and your kids. My mission is to provide freedom. Freedom from guilt. Freedom from the 9-5 that you can’t stand. Freedom to really enjoy the life that you’ve created for yourself.”
Want to learn more?
Check out Abbey Ashley’s website The Virtual Savvy, and find out how easy it is to launch your own Virtual Assistant business.