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  • By Guest on July 13, 2009

    As a new Virtual Assistant, I purchased "Entrepreneurial Freedom: How to Start and Grow a Profitable Virtual Assistant Practice" and after reading it cover to cover, I am motivated and truly confident my business will be a success. I will keep this book on my desk and refer to it often. Jeannine Clontz' experience as a Virtual Assistant (VA) and as a Coach for new VA's brings not only strong guidance and wisdom, but valuable insights about the industry as well.I highly recommend this book to anyone starting or even just thinking about starting a VA business. All you need to know to get you started is in this book. Not only will you find the tools to start your business, but you will have the keys to its growth and continued success. If you read just one book on starting your VA practice, make it this one!Jaimie SkultetyA Virtual Assistant 4 You[...]

  • By Nicolejyc on October 26, 2012

    I really enjoyed reading this book. The information was not "dated" and there were helpful resources after each chapter. I found myself following up on every link provided. I would definitely purchase more from these authors. Great Book!!! :)N.

  • By reviewer on December 31, 2012

    After having read the reviews on this book I was quite excited to purchase it as a Christmas gift for my daughter. When it arrived it looked like it was second or third hand (I paid full price for the new book)Three quarters of the pages were badly damaged on the corners and the cover was scuffed but the most disappointing part was the inside of the book had several large globs of glue throughout which made it impossible to fully open the book in several sections. I emailed Amazon.com immediately and have been completely ignored. It has been almost three weeks.

  • By Gail LV06 on August 10, 2009

    Although for years I'd been running my own home-based business, I knew little about how to start a bona fide Virtual Assistance business. Where do I begin? How do I make it thrive? How can I find good clients and manage the not-so-good ones? This book answered all my questions and gave me so much more.Jeannine and Lauren do an excellent job of imparting a surprising amount of rich, meaty information within a relatively small space. "Entrepreneurial Freedom - How to Start and Grow a Profitable Virtual Assistance Practice" is an easy, user-friendly read.Don't like to read books cover-to-cover? No problem. Jeannine and Lauren make it easy for you to go to the Table of Contents, pick what interests you, and smoothly step into it. The chapters are short, clear, concise, and full of valuable tips and advice. The resource listings and the website guidelines alone are worth the small price of admission.I highly recommend this fun, comprehensive book. I read it in one sitting, but I'll be referring back to it often, continuing to benefit from it for a long time.Gail TaylorVirtual Assistant, Writer & Proofreader[...]

  • By Guest on January 23, 2007

    Entrepreneurial Freedom, published in 2006 by former IVAA President Jeannine Clontz and Lauren Hidden of The Hidden Helper LLC, is a great book for anyone interested in beginning a virtual assisting career or growing their VA practice.This guide is small in size but packed with information. Clontz and Hidden begin with a self evaluation section to help readers decide if they have what it takes to be a virtual assistant and small business owner. The guide also goes into detail on business planning, branding, marketing, growing your business and more.Entrepreneurial Freedom contains an entire chapter on finding, and more importantly, keeping clients. The book discusses tough issues like how to say no to a potential client and how to fire a client.Of particular interest is the chapter on Ethics. Clontz, an IVAA EthicsCheck(tm) Virtual Assistant, outlines her 3 standard questions for helping anyone make an ethical decision in any situation.This book contains references and lists pointing you to trusted resources for almost any need for your VA business. While it's small in size (only 166 pages including index), Entrepreneurial Freedom is a trusted resource for any new or established Virtual Assistant's bookshelf.

  • By Bridgett Howard on February 23, 2009

    I like this book for several reasons, each chapter is fairly short and to the point. There are many details on planning out your business, such as start up costs you can expect (bare bones vs. wish list), branding your company, finding clients, growing your business, etc...The thing that I like most about this book is that at the end of each chapter there are links and resources listed on the subject of that chapter. I have found this extremely helpful in doing research for starting up my business.In the back of the book there are several sample documents listed for you to use for your business that are very helpful. Including, work for hire agreement, client retainer agreement, editorial retainer agreement, confidentially agreement, subcontractor agreement, non-solicitation agreement, and there is even a sample business plan that is short and sweet, which is a great starting point.I highly recommend this book to anyone starting a VA business. You can't beat the price at $19.95.

  • By Dermot McElrone on October 19, 2014

    If you want to start a virtual assistant business, this is a good book. Some of the information is a little outdated but it's a good starting point.

  • By K. Stirn on September 23, 2008

    This is my first book on starting a virtual assistant business, and I bought it at the recommendation of other reviewers. Very good book so far; haven't read it all, but I would recommend it for your first book on this subject.


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