Hey, Friend!

They say when life gives you lemons, you need to make lemonade.

I prefer to make lemon bars. (But lemonade is good, too!)

When my husband developed a chronic illness, I poured my years of administrative experience and organizational skills (from working in a corporate office, to raising and homeschooling our children) into building a career I could do from anywhere at any time. I became a virtual assistant.

But I didn’t stop there.

I invested in developing my skills and went on to become a certified Director of Operations, as well as a certified Launch Manager.

I know my clients want an assistant they can depend on, someone they can trust with sensitive information, someone who will uphold their reputation online and off. They need to know the job will be completed, without the need to check in every day.

Often, I work not only with my clients, but with their clients as well. Being able to resolve customer/client issues in a timely manner is important to everyone involved, whether it’s someone who bought a 99-cent book or the CEO of a six-figure business. My clients know they can trust me to be respectful and professional in all my dealings.

Although I’m usually hired as an assistant, I often act in a partner-type role by helping my clients brainstorm ideas, think through problems, and communicate their thoughts clearly in writing. Communication plays a key role in business–especially yours–therefore I strive to be sure we’re on the same page.

My clients also appreciate the extra support I commit to give them. When I step into a business, I treat it like my own. And who doesn’t love an in-house cheerleader? I believe in the work my clients are doing, and often act as an impetus to spur them on to reach their goals. Whether it’s just the two of us, or an established team, I’m committed to creating relationships that will help projects move forward in a timely manner.

Does any of that sound appealing to you? Would you like to talk more?