Hiring a medical VA for your practice may not seem viable, but there are lots of ways virtual assistants can help doctors focus more time on their patients.
Julia Martin explains how working as a freelance virtual assistant can be the perfect side hustle in addition to your full-time career.
Working as a virtual assistant has been a saving grace for my family. It offers flexibility, balance, and the opportunity to be a stay-at-home mom to my LO.
As freelancers, we're used to having unique control over how we work. The buck stops with tough clients and deadlines, where so much is out of our control.
Ask yourself these questions to make sure you're setting your virtual assistant up for success.
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