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How to be the best Virtual Assistant?

As an aspiring Freelancer, what technical skills should I possess to become an in-demand virtual assistant?

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Re: virtual assistant

The needed skills are the same as for an assistant in real live. And those depend on the services you offer.

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Re: Best Virtual Assistant

Easy steps to follow become Virtual Assistant.
1. Set Up a suitable working Environment.
2. Know your abilities
3. Align with your priorities with your job.
4. Have a Plan always
5. Understand your client and communicate properly.
6. Develop expertise on particular area.
7. Let your client rely on you.
8. Manage your time
9. Achieve your best ever day.

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How to be the best virtual assistant

Aside from having the basic skills noted from other answers, in this very competitive world, you have to be diverse. It's not like you can bake cakes and know how to be an engineer but more on you know how to bake cakes and sell them. It's like knowing multiple fields in virtual assistance that are connected. Most importantly, have an optimistic and can do attitude. Always be hungry for knowledge ! You can do it!

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