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Michelle's Top 10 amazing discoveries, from 10 years living on the road as a digital nomad.


Being A Location Independent, A Virtual Assistant And A Mother – Why Exactly Do I Travel And Live In Different Places?

Monday, May 30, 2011

How To Be Your Own God/Goddess Of Luck – “Fortune Favours The Bold”

Friday, May 27, 2011

I have always loved the saying, “fortune favours the bold” (or the brave) – The Roman dictator and consul Lucius Cornelius Sulla was said to believe in the influence of the goddess Fortune in his life (Wikipedia). I believe it, it’s easier said that done, but whenever I have ever done anything bold, I have to say fortune did come, not necessarily always by money, but in all sorts of ways, shapes and forms. People, opportunities, information, insights etc… 

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How To Travel The World, Hassle Free, Alone Or With Family, Maintaining A Home-From-Home Lifestyle

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

I often get asked how I travel abroad with my family, how I find places to live without having the hassle of getting into the “paperwork” side of things. By this I mean long let rental contracts and laws surrounding rental options in foreign countries. Before I go any further, my advice is, unless you plan on staying in a property for 2 years or longer, try not to get into the formal rental procedures, because it can be difficult to understand when contracts are in a foreign language and you don’t understand the rental laws, nearly every country has different regulations, and for shorter term living, well under 2 years, stick with the method I am about to reveal to you, ideally this method works best for staying in places 6 months to a year. 

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Tips To Ease The Pressure When Your Virtual Assistant Business Has Transformed From Acorn To Mighty Oak

Monday, May 23, 2011



In terms of “business growth,” being a virtual assistant is no different from any other business, and just like any business, it begins like a little acorn, then grows, and grows, until eventually it’s a mighty oak. But if you have a business that has grown to the point where you feel more ‘pressure’ than ‘pleasure’ from it, it shows that you have worked hard to get there, and now it may be time to make a few adjustments.  

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A Very Important Skill Clients Will Need From Their Virtual Assistant, But May Never Know To Ask About It

Monday, May 16, 2011



If you’re a Virtual Assistant, it’s unlikely that any potential client will come and directly ask you if you have this skill, some may hope it’s a given, while others will not even begin to consider they may need it, but it’s likely that they will… There is something, call it a skill, and ability, or perhaps even a sense, and it’s something that could be within us inherently, naturally, or it may require some training or assistance to help coax it out or to learn how to utilise it, but nevertheless, I consider this one of the most valuable skills that can exist in a virtual assistant… 

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Co-Working Spaces For Digital Nomads & Online Entrepreneurs

Friday, May 13, 2011

I recently was on a Skype chat with a colleague who works with me, and is based in France, she generally works from home, but she mentioned she was going offline to try out a “Co-Working” Space. I had heard of these before, but never investigated them further, I usually go to bars or cafe’s to get a good wi-fi spot when I am out and about, but I had never actually considered setting up an external office style space for a longer period of time. 

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The 3 Step Secret Formula For Virtual Assistants – How To Follow Up On Leads To Secure Clients

Wednesday, May 11, 2011



Virtual assistants are everywhere, no matter who they are, or what they do, they offer similar services, and clients can quickly not know where or who to turn to or look when they need assistance. So while potential clients are in this state of mind, you can help them understand, without selling anything or really doing anything directly, that you are the best person to assist them, because you Care… 

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How To Use Blog Commenting To Attract Like-Minded Clients To Your Virtual Assistant Business

Monday, May 09, 2011



I recently wrote a guest post for another blog, the post mentioned in it about outsourcing and hiring virtual assistants, and one of the comments was from a gentleman who basically seemed to use his own blog to search for new talent. Now this admittedly was a means for him to approach people to guest post on his blog, but nonetheless this was one example of someone using commenting to locate assistance. 

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How Brand New VA’s Can Choose The Best Target Market When Promoting Their Virtual Assistant Business

Friday, May 06, 2011

I recently had an excellent question posted on my Facebook fan page, “How would you pick the best target market to promote your brand to when you don't know who to target?” There are actually many possible combinations of answers to this and really it rests on what you offer as a virtual assistant service and what you’re looking to achieve from your business. 

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The Virtual Assistant’s Guide On How To Easily (and sometimes effortlessly) Keep Your Blog Updated FOREVER!

Monday, May 02, 2011

On one of The VA Apprentice live calls recently, a question came up regarding getting ideas for blogging, I think this is a common problem, and I really wanted to expand on it here so any virtual assistant with a blog can easily keep it up-to-date with inspirational, fresh content. 

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Hi I'm Michelle, an entrepreneur specialising in virtual assistance, a digital and real world nomad, and a down-to-earth mother of three.



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