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Welcome to Horkey HandBook
I’m Gina Horkey – since 2014 I’ve been helping people start and grow their own freelance writing and virtual assistant businesses by openly sharing my own journey.
In May of 2014, I decided to start my own side hustle offering writing and email management services. And within a few months I was earning $4,000 per month (in addition to my day job income!), working full-time and raising 2 toddlers.
It wasn’t much later that I gave my boss the “pink slip” and became a full-time webpreneur. You too can start living the life you want, without having to be filthy rich or waiting to retire.
In this guide, we’ve compiled everything you need to know in order to start a successful virtual assistant business by outlining each of the individual steps required and pointing you in the direction of our best resources.
By the time you get to the end, you should have a solid understanding of the steps you need to take and how you can get started today.
Sign up for the exact next steps you need in order to start your VA business. Learn about what you can sell, how valuable those skills are, and where to find clients to serve!