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Becoming a virtual assistant is probably one of the easiest businesses to start from home. All you need to get started are a few basics: a quiet place to work, a computer, Internet access, office supplies, and of course, computer programs like Microsoft Word and Excel.
But before you jump head first into starting your virtual assistance business, you need to make sure you're up for the task by asking yourself three essential questions:
Once you've had a chance to mull over these questions, realizing that while this is "your business" you'll still be answering to someone else, it's time to start planning your new business venture.
Below are ten tips to help you get started as a virtual assistant.
Alyice Edrich is a freelance writer and mixed media artist. Stop bywww.AlyiceEdrich.net or www.TheDabblingMum.com to read her articles on crafting, parenting, home business, and writing OR to buy art, digital sheets, e-books, and more.