Is The Training Worth The Cost?
I've heard from both camps about the price tag associated with virtual assistant training.
I've heard from those who think it's a stretch. A one-time payment seems a big reach for them financially, and they aren't sure if what they get out of it will be worth it.
They'll have spent the money with no guarantee they'll earn it back and then some. The worry starts to outweigh the wonder, and they end up not clicking for the course.
I've heard from those who think I'm charging too little. I put a lot of work into this, created a worthwhile product training others how to build a business from home, and they think I'm insulting my efforts by not charging more.
If it were worthwhile for the consumer, I'm actually devaluing my reputation by charging less than what they feel is a fair price.
I've had people tell me they can "never" afford my course, and I've had people tell me they would pay hundreds more for an opportunity like this.
So here I sit.
I paid thousands of dollars and spent eight mostly-miserable years chasing a degree I didn't want for a job I thought I could do well enough, working with people who had no shared vision whatsoever.
School was not my passion, but I had to pay the bills, and so I did what everybody else did - though I took the longest route possible and made it as simple as I could (all while complicating things, but that's another story for another time).
If I had an opportunity to pay a few hundred dollars for a training on how to build a business - start to finish - doing work I love, work I enjoy, for people who motivate and inspire me, all while earning as much working part time hours as I did working full time in the corporate world, I would have JUMPED at the chance. Or thrown myself at it. And clung to its leg and cried, "DON'T LEAVE ME!"
But I didn't have that opportunity back then, and that's exactly why I created this course.
My goal isn't to rip anyone off. My goal isn't to devalue my own time and efforts.
My goal is to change households and empower people to do work they love, surrounded by the people they love, working from the comfort of the place they love most.
If you're on the fence about my course, I get it. I hear your questions: "Is it worth it? Is it a scam? Is it going to really teach me anything? Will I be able to quit my job? Can I really afford it?"
I've got active students now who love what the course has taught them. I've got graduates who have already found clients. I've received feedback on what could make the experience better, and I've worked on making those changes.
But I've also changed households, and that means the world to me.
Working from home has changed my life. It's changed my family members' lives. It has made our home happier, healthier, and homier.
I wouldn't have spent so much time and energy teaching something that didn't work. I wouldn't have thrown myself into helping mamas stay home with their kids, or helping (young...) grandpas and grandmas earn some post-retirement income, if I didn't believe it was the best opportunity for them.
I love this because it has worked so amazingly for me, and I know it can for you too, if you're the right person for the Virtual Assistant world.
You can't get a guarantee on your college degree, but there's a 30-day guarantee on the course. It won't cost you thousands of dollars, but will be an investment of a couple hundred... that could return value in the thousands of dollars for recurring income.
I priced it middle-of-the-road to make sure people are serious and sensible about becoming a virtual assistant. I'm not going to let myself get beat up from either side of the opinion spectrum, because my goal isn't their goal.
My goal is to change the world, one household at a time.
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