I want to start off by saying ‘Thank You’ to our loyal Home Office Warriors. Both Grant and I are aware that the posting has been slow here in recent months.
But I have great news for all of you.
Part of the reason for that is because we have some big plans for HOW in 2010. And that means great things for all of you too. Be watching for a new look and tons of new helps and information for those of us who run our businesses from home.
And according to recent statistics, there are more of us than ever!
I want to start out by sharing a couple of items that can help you build success for your business in 2010.
If you’re a virtual assistant or virtual paralegal, I’ve got a couple of recommendations to help you get your business off to a great start for the New Year. (in fact the second item has useful information for any business providing services to others)
The first is the Virtual Paralegal Interview Series by Vicki Voisin. It’s a one of a kind four CD set that allows you to listen in on six in-depth interviews with what Vicki describes as six ’stars’ of the virtual paralegal world to answer important questions about working virtually in the legal industry.
It’s literally like being able to sit down and chat with virtual service professionals who are providing services to legal professionals daily.
Through these interviews, you’ll learn:
- Why you should consider a virtual business…
- How your skills will transfer to working virtually…
- How to set up your business…
- What equipment you’ll need…
- The recommended software programs…
- How to deal with security and ethics issues…
- and much more.
Yes, I’m one of the professionals interviewed, and I’ve still learned a lot of valuable information from the series, which is why I’m sure you will too.
You don’t have to be a virtual paralegal to benefit from my new e-book the VA Survival Guide. It was born because as I was penning the VA Survival Series for my blog, I had so much information to share that it wouldn’t fit in blog format. So I pulled it all together, along with a workbook that includes reusable templates and launched it to the public on January 4th.
This isn’t another ‘how to’ book for VA’s.
In fact, you won’t find instructions on how to become a virtual assistant in its pages. Instead you’ll find information on things like setting business policies, making changes to your business and other helps for ‘working’ your business.
If you’re ready to take your business beyond start-up or feel like you need something to help you take it to the next level, I believe you’ll find it in the pages of this e-book.
And…For a limited time, you can get it at a great price along with the truly amazing free bonus of Grant Griffiths’ popular “31 Days to Kick Your Blog in the Butt” and his “30 Days of Twitter Tips & Hints”. The free bonus alone is worth the cost of the book.
Find out how you can take advantage of this limited time price/bonus by clicking on the image below.
Again, stay tuned for exciting new changes here at Home Office Warrior. You won’t want to miss what we have in store for 2010!