Ugh, we totally get this. Even though you’re planning to run a self-employed, one-person show, getting your VA business up and running from zero to hero is a momentous task.
So, the key thing here to remember is that everything doesn’t need to happen at once.
You know that saying, Rome wasn’t built in a day? Neither was your VA business. It’s a marathon, not a sprint, and the only person keeping the score is you. So, the best way to overcome the paralysis is to do one little thing at a time; even one thing a week.
Find your name, register for an ABN, set up your socials, sort out your insurances, create your packages… one a week, if you can. Remember that some weeks you’ll do a lot, some weeks you’ll do nothing at all, and that’s okay – it’s your race.
If you haven’t seen it, we’ve created a 0-10 client checklist to set up your Australian virtual assistant business – check it out here.
You’ll find that as you get closer, you’ll get more excited, and the traction will build. From there, you’ll see yourself out for your full-time job, and into the crazy, fun, profitable and thriving world of entrepreneurship.