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It may come as a surprise that being on Facebook as a professional is not always a bad thing. Yes, you have heard horror stories about the employees who posted less than flattering statuses and photos of themselves and ultimately got fired over it. That is a topic for another day, though.

Facebook, for virtuals and clients, can be a great way to disseminate positions, job inquiries, and a place to ask questions and voice concerns. With the availability of Facebook groups specific to virtual assistants and clients, as well as Facebook, being a great place to create a professional profile of yourself that is a little more relaxed than a Linkedin profile, with a great ability to connect with like-minded virtual assistants and the clients who want to hire them.

Here are some reasons why being on Facebook may not be a bad idea for virtuals and clients:

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Every job has tasks and as a virtual assistant, or client, you need to be on top of your tasks. Whether it is your job to run the tasks for the client or delegate the tasks to the virtual assistant, there needs to control over your task work.

Control does not just mean being strict about completing the work, it also means staying organized, finding your own way of doing things that are intuitive while still being accurate, and making use of technology to keep you on task.

Below are some suggestions on how to take control of your tasks and succeed as a virtual assistant or client:

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Our Virtual Assistant Spotlight Series focuses on members of Meadows Resources Virtual Assistant Team and how they came to decide a career in virtual administration was the best fit for them. Below we speak with Stacy Zeiler:


When did you decide you wanted to be a virtual assistant and what made you consider the change?

One day at the end of 2015 I was reflecting on the year I had and I was annoyed that I was spending so much time in the car sitting in traffic going to and from work.  And if I wanted to have any experiences in life outside of work it would all be focused for the weekends.  I was basically living most of my life (experience wise) for less than 30% of the year.  Don’t get me wrong, I like accounting.  I like learning, working hard, solving problems and stimulating my mind.  There is more to life than making it all about work.  I believe in a healthy work/life balance.  Although, I am a person that works hard at everything I do and I do push myself to learn, grow and take on new/different challenges.  I was just more so tired of not having as much control over my life, if that makes sense.  Change was important, and once I started remote work…I realized I was more productive.  More productive with work and outside work, I was happier.  I found that more of the goals I made in the beginning of the year were getting crossed off.  It gave me a sense of purpose, since you can’t slack or it affects you.  It challenged me in a way that I wanted.

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