Virtual Assistant Project2024-01-29T12:00:49+10:00


Helping virtual assistants change their lifestyles since 2015.

I’ve taken part in a few VA courses, and I can honestly say, Jacqui is a breath of fresh air. Jacqui has so much knowledge and experience to share and is a pleasure to deal with. Jacqui is open, non-judgmental, gives constructive and positive feedback and is a joy to learn from. You will get so much value from TVAP. – Tuesday Semmens

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Are you the right fit for The Virtual Assistant Project?

Working from home and creating a business that will change your lifestyle is hard work. It takes balls!! So before you fill in the form below, ask yourself this question.

What will it take to change your lifestyle?

You have to want something bad enough to make the change. Your reason why needs to be something other than a designer handbag. Your commitment to yourself and your family needs to be paramount. If it is, FILL IN THE FORM. We would love to have you as part of The Virtual Assistant Project.

  • Are you considering leaving your corporate role?

  • You’ve not been in business more than 2 years?

  • You don’t have momentum so you don’t have any traction or growth

  • You struggle on a daily basis to organise yourself let alone your client

  • Clients are few and far between – no niche – no target market

  • You’ve been in business for a few years now and doing well.

  • You are earning upwards of 5k a month already

  • You’re looking for someone to do all the work for you

  • You like to chase shiny objects – always looking for the next best thing

  • You want to get to 6 figures and be quick about it

What is a Virtual Assistant or VA?

In Australia, a Virtual Assistant is a sole trader or a Company that provides solutions in business administration. They have an ABN number and may be registered for GST. Depending on the country you live in, the definition of a Virtual Assistant or VA may be different. So please check the relevant laws for your situation.

Virtual Assistants use their own technology, tools and resources and work from their office. They are responsible for their own tax, superannuation and insurance and, in some cases, may even employ other team members or subcontract them.

More often than not, those of you who want to be a Virtual Assistant have no idea of where to start, and that’s normal. The Virtual Assistant Project can help you find your way through all the confusion.

Do you know your ‘why’?

There are many reasons why someone may decide to become a Virtual Assistant. Unfortunately, though, it doesn’t always work out for them. This is because they start out not knowing their ‘why’. They don’t know what it is that will propel them to succeed.

The Virtual Assistant Project is about helping those who can help themselves. It wouldn’t matter how great or how good the material is; unless you know your ‘why,’ it won’t give you the outcome you expect. So take some time, work out your why and then come back here, I’d love to be able to help you, and together we can deliver on your expectations.

In the meantime, though, get on my list and stay in touch until you’re ready; then, The Virtual Assistant Project can help you.

Why the Virtual Assistant Project?

I was a successful Executive Assistant working in the fashion industry; my husband had had two heart attacks and had been in poor health for many years. I was the primary breadwinner, and at the end of the month, my excellent corporate wage left us with nothing until the next pay. This was not a sustainable lifestyle.

The Virtual Assistant Project started, and I was my guinea pig. I quit my job and started working from home. Granted, the first 6 months were a shock, my final pay from the corporate world was dwindling, and I needed to make my business work. I went from bringing home 5k to $500 per month; the bills needed to be paid, which wouldn’t cut it. I refused to join job boards where you bid against others for work. JMJ – EA for a Day was a long-term business, so I needed to think strategically. I knew the bare minimum we needed each month to get by, to pay the rent and bills.

Fast forward to now, I’ve been in business since 2011 and have gone from $500 per week to 6 figures a year. I will share with you exactly how I did that, warts and all. We went from paying rent to owning our home on 1 acre of land and debt-free. Using the skills I learnt in being the first member, I’ve gone on to help others do better and be better.

The Virtual Assistant Project is about helping you achieve your potential and changing your lifestyle.

Virtual Assistant Resources

10 Questions is a fantastic resource to help you, especially if you get nervous or feel awkward when a potential client asks you questions like:

  • What will you bring to the table?
  • Do you think you’re the right fit for my business;?
  • How do you determine your priorities?

10 Questions is a free resource that will help you to navigate those awkward potential client meetings. I share what your potential client is looking for, and it’s not always what you would think and how I would answer their questions.

To grab your free copy, just hit the button and share your best email so I can get it to you quickly.

How to find even more information to help you

The web is full of information about being, working, how-to, or living life as a Virtual Assistant. So what makes my information a must-read? 30 + years of experience, over 64,000 hours of office administration and I still work with clients.

I have written over 150 blogs specifically for Virtual Assistants. They cover everything from getting your head in the right space, setting up your office, managing family and friends through to saying goodbye to bad clients and everything else in between.

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