A Virtual Assistant’s Guide To
Working With Professional Speakers

virtual assistant“…This book is very thorough and provides a long list of tasks a virtual assistant can do for a public speaker as well as information about how to do each task more effectively and efficiently. This is a great book for any virtual assistant to read and see how much more they can already do with a little resourcefulness.”
– Angela

Are you a Virtual Assistant?  Want to work with professional speakers but don’t know where to start?  If you answered yes to these two questions then you need to read “A Virtual Assistant’s Guide To Working With Professional Speakers” by Bonnie Jo Davis.

The author has worked with speakers for more than eighteen years and includes in this guide everything she knows on the topic.

Who should read this guide?

This guide was written with the established Virtual Assistant in mind.  It does not cover business start-up or explain how you start your new business.  There are many other books that cover that material well.  This book helps the established Virtual Assistant find and work with professional speakers.

You may find this guide helpful if you are a new professional speaker who needs to know how to setup an office and get your business established without using outside staff!

Why work with professional speakers?

A full-time professional speaker travels frequently and often works from home when they are in town.  They don’t want or need a full-time assistant and they hate the idea of payroll taxes and additional paperwork.  They are the perfect client for a Virtual Assistant.

Professional edited by Cindy J. Kluger this e-book is 23 pages in PDF form.  The Table of Contents include:

About Professional Speakers
Why Work With Professional Speakers?
Professional Speaker Organizations
Services Speakers Need
Answering Telephones
Managing Client Calendars
Time Management
How To Find Clients
The Cost-Benefits Of Using A V.A.
Interviewing Potential Clients
Firing A Client
Working With Speaker Bureaus
In Closing

Bonuses (Word format):

Sample Contract
Event Summary Sheet
Expense Record

Why should you purchase this guide?

You will find this 4,263 word guide helpful if you need new clients or if you are particularly interested in working with professional speakers.

What do you get when you purchase “A Virtual Assistant’s Guide To Working With Professional Speakers”?

You get the 23 page guide in PDF form.  You will also receive the bonuses “Sample Contract”, “Event Summary Sheet” and “Expense Record” in Word format so you can customize them for your needs.  You will receive an e-mail after purchase that includes a link to a zip file.  This file contains everything you need.

To get your guide and bonuses purchase the Kindle version by clicking the link!  Then e-mail me for your bonuses!
“…This particular book gives you details on being a Virtual Assistant to Professional Speakers. It tells you what tools or websites you can use, how to hire someone, all the way to how to fire someone if you have someone that you can’t work with any longer. Anyone striving to do any Virtual Assistant job should check out this book because it is helpful even if you do not want to work with a professional speaker.”
-Jeff  Medford


If my guide to working with speakers has not provided you with the information you need to work with professional speakers please let me know and I will refund your purchase.

Earnings and Income Disclaimer

This guide does not make any claims as to income made by working with professional speakers.  There is no guarantee that you will make any level of income.

As with any business, your results may vary, and will be based on your individual capacity, business experience, expertise, and level of desire. There are no guarantees, promises, representations and/or assurances concerning the level of success you may experience. Your level of success in attaining the results claimed depends on the time you devote to the business, the ideas and techniques mentioned, your finances, knowledge and various skills, since such skills and factors differ according to individuals.