Deliver Your News to the World

How To Create a Virtual Assistant Business That Generates Over $30,000 In A Month

The Only Online Business System Where Michelle Dale PROVES You Can Earn $30k In A Month Servicing Clients.

London, United Kingdom – WEBWIRE

Michelle Dale of announces: “Here it is! 2014... And I’m back in Egypt for the next 4 months :-) I love New Year, it’s a chance to wipe the slate clean, you feel compelled to start the year as you mean to go on, and it’s a time to start something you’ve always wanted to start or make a change that’s been calling you.

And Michelle goes on to say, “So on January 7th 2011, I was launching the beta version of my first ever learning product - I called it, ”The Virtually Anywhere Apprentice“ as it was to support other service providers to recreate the business model I’d designed for my own business Virtual Miss Friday. I actually posted an income report; I had seen from amazing people like Pat Flynn that income reports provided excellent social proof as to the value of the advice that was being delivered, but generally they were posted by bloggers... I’ve never really labelled myself a blogger, but I could clearly see how this would be comforting for anyone investing in my training, so I posted a report which was a print out of the ”gross“ sales made inside my business in November 2010.”

“So that’s a quick background filler for you, and exactly 3 years later I thought it might be nice to give you guys an update and a kind of ”sequel“ post to how my own business model is fairing. The same model I taught back then, and still teach to this day.”

Part 1.

Here, Michelle explains, “First of all if you’d like to read part one, it was first published on my old blog Virtual Assistant Live, but I have since moved it over to this blog, and you can read it here. It will give you some context.”

“In a nutshell, at that time the income report showed that I generated in VMF just under $19,000 in November 2010. This was purely in Virtual Assistant and Consulting Services inside my business Virtual Miss Friday. I wanted to show real proof to anyone following my model that this kind of income was entirely possible to achieve via the Virtual Assistant Industry, and I hope it gave people hope and inspiration, and maybe even peace of mind with what they’re working towards.”

At this time, Michelle really wants to emphasis that, “This is by no means a quick fix - it had taken me 3 years or so to work up to earning that figure in a month from providing VA services, and a whole lot of labour hours prior to that learning and testing and teaching myself new things. It was a labour of pure, unadulterated love that helped me to achieve that turnover.”

Part 2.

And she goes on to say, “Since then I have never come across any other VA training or learning material that shows solid evidence of the potential income that can be achieved from following a VA training programme and the advice within it; I’m sure there must be something out there, but if not, then maybe I’ll set a new trend.”

So 3 years later, how’s the company doing?

Now Michelle convey’s that, “before we get into specific figures, I have to be honest with you, if you know me, you’ll know my lifestyle, I decided at the point of publishing that post in 2011, that I was quite happy with the business turnover, and what I really wanted to work on was reducing the hours I worked in my business to allow more time with my kids, and get away from being behind my computer so much. We were living in all these wonderful countries, hopping from one to another when we felt like it, and I wanted to make sure we had plenty of time to enjoy them, time became more important to me than money, and I began focusing my attention on maintaining my income and gradually reducing my hours, which I did successfully.”

“But, last year, I set myself a challenge to increase the figure I was earning while still maintaining the same hours that I was working. I really value my evenings and weekends off and my morning coffees or trips to the beach with my husband after we drop the kids at school, so it was time to really put my business model to the test again.”

Finally host Michelle Dale says, “In February 2013 I relaunched The Virtually Anywhere Apprentice with a new revamped updated version, it contained all the information I’d picked up and used or changed since I launched the original version in January 2011. Throughout the year I worked on a LOT of self-development, it became very important knowing I had a fantastic business model, I felt I (as in me) was the one that needed to be worked on in 2013, and not the business as such, and I really shifted my focus to experiment with the theory that by improving myself, my business would naturally, almost organically improve because I was more developed as a person.”

Well, it worked, and I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to pass on the techniques I’ve used and share my experiences in my first ever ’live’ workshop which I held on January 4th 2014. The feedback has been incredible!

Go to to read Michelle Dale’s full blog post with the sales report and associated details.

Thank you for reading and sharing via social media!

( Press Release Image: )


 virtual assistant
 online business training
 home business
 working from home
 become virtual assistant

This news content may be integrated into any legitimate news gathering and publishing effort. Linking is permitted.

News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.