This is part two to last week’s episode where I share four additional tips on having a backup for your computer to keep the ball rolling in your virtual assistant business. If you don’t already have an extra computer at home, think about what you could use as your computer backup. You just never know what could happen with technology and the tools you need to run your business, so it’s good to be prepared.
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In Words: The Business Of Being A Virtual Assistant Podcast
Having a good working computer is necessary for a virtual assistant, but imagine if you couldn’t get into your computer one day. If you had to use another computer, would you have everything you need to continue doing your client work? I’ll share the frustrating experience I had recently with my computer that reminded me why it’s so important to have a backup and not be dependent on one computer.
For those who feel like they are stuck in a routine, we’re going to talk about keeping things moving and fresh in your business. There are some benefits to specializing in a particular service, but it can also get to the point where it becomes monotonous. That’s why it’s important to add some variety and learn new skills. In fact, we are building a community of virtual assistants and showing how to incorporate new skills in your business.