Becoming A Virtual Assistant is no easy profession. You need to learn your craft well before you can say you are skilled and able to serve the virtual needs of other people.
On my part, I learned first the mindset of a Virtual Assistant/Professional. And take note, I enrolled on an online course from one of the Masters, from someone who knows what he is doing, as well as what he is talking about. That person is Jomar Hilario. I am one of his thousand students. Just to ensure that I am on the right track, every step of it. And I could say, the lessons he gave seemed to be easier to look at first, but when taken into action, they are quite hard. Really. But I am not taken aback. Ninjas sometimes are gripped with fear but they are not defeated with fear. Fear just makes us braver and more courageous. This is one of the Ninja skills that I am learning – mastering the fear and conquering it. With this mindset, I am able to focus more on mastering my skills. Thanks to Jomar.
According to Google, a ninja is a person skilled in ninjutsu. For The Free Dictionary, a ninja is a member of a class of medieval Japanese mercenary agents who were trained in the martial arts and hired for covert operations such as assassination and sabotage. Frightening huh! But I’m not this type of Ninjas. I fall to the category of Ninja that is defined by Google this way: a person who excels in a particular skill or activity. (informal meaning) We all are, yes? No matter what we do in life, or what status we belong in our community we certainly each has a particular skill where we excel. And I say, I am skilled in my Virtual Profession. Just trust me.
This is my first post in my wordpress blog at purposiveninja. I feel so happy and so ninjasome being here. I know, I know, you are thinking what this blog is all about with a name like that. You may assume I would be talking about ninja techniques here. Or you might be thinking whether I am a real ninja or not?
Well, I would answer all your questions in the “About Me” page. See you there. And I also love to see you tinkering around here.