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Book Review: The Virtual Assistant’s Handbook

The Virtual Assistant’s Handbook

This one is unusual in the realm of VA books in that it was written by a UK VA, Nadine Hill.  So it’s written very much from a UK perspective with lots of anecdotes and stories about real VAs working in the UK.

It’s mostly aimed at people considering becoming a VA or in the very early stages of starting their VA business.  Great all rounder – and gets the thumbs up from me since it’s so UK specific!

Buy: The Virtual Assistant’s Handbook

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  1. Charlotte Burford on 30 July, 2010 at 11:05 am

    This is a great book for start up VAs especially as it is based on the UK market. I read the book and although most of it didn’t apply to me as I was already established, it did make me rethink a few things such as setting prices and defining your niche market which I then put into practice. This is a book that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to start up VAs (and I do regularly).

    I was also very privileged to be asked to be a Case Study within the book as well.

  2. Sharon Sheppard on 28 August, 2010 at 5:50 pm

    I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who’s thinking of becoming a VA – I found it inspirational and it was reassuring to know Nadine had the same worries/problems when she started out as I had. A brilliant read!

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