An exclusive Live masterclass

5 Steps to Become a Wildly Successful Virtual Assistant

Hosted by
Amy Gould

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November 12th
12:30 GMT

You'll leave this LIVE Masterclass knowing:

How to define your own version of success

Your success won't look the same as anyone else's, and that's a good thing. I'll show you how to use your intuition and big picture to define your own version of success.

How to set big goals and make sure you reach them

Big dreams and goals are fantastic - they're what keeps you motivated and driven to succeed in business. But they're useless (and damaging) if you don't have a plan to reach them! I'll show you how you can stay on track.

How to find your own unique positioning (and why it's so important)

It's vital to stand out as a Virtual Assistant - it's what will help your ideal clients find your offer irresistible.

How to create a highly targeted marketing plan

Marketing your services to everyone will make them appealing to no one. I'll show you how to create a targeted marketing plan.

The key element of success that's absolutely essential for you to work on

Oh man.....if you don't work on this one, then all the planning will have been for nothing!


I'll be sending you a workbook to use throughout the Masterclass to ensure you get the most out of it. And there will be an amazing bonus up for grabs too - make sure you join live as it'll be a time sensitive one!


About Amy Gould

After spending almost 10 years in senior Personal and Executive Assistant roles in London, Amy started her own Virtual Assistant business in 2016. After a slow start and lots of panic, Amy found a system to ensure her roster was always full of clients. In little over a year she had replaced her full-time London PA salary while only working a fraction of the hours.

For the past year, Amy has helped women start their own thriving businesses through The Virtual Assistant Toolkit programme (the first and only VA training programme to be endorsed by the Institute of Administrative Management). She also publishes a weekly podcast called The Assistant Toolkit, which is full of advice and practical tips designed to improve the working lives of Virtual, Personal and Executive Assistants. Amy is also a qualified teacher and uses recognised teaching techniques to ensure her content is accessible to everyone.

Amy lives in Hertfordshire in the UK with her partner and their 2.5 year old daughter Isobel.

November 12th
12:30 GMT