I’m Your VA (With a Splash of Dominance)
I am responding to your open position for a Virtual Assistant. I decided to take the DISC test, just to see what I would score. My results came back overwhelmingly D (38%), followed neck-and-neck with S (33%), then I (24%) and C (5%). Let’s just say, I’m still analyzing what this means in my life!
My enclosed resume will tell you all about my skills and experience, so I won’t bore you with double-reading-duty. Let me tell you about me. I have been working as a Virtual Assistant for many years, since our second child was born back in 1998. I love being a Virtual Assistant, mainly because I get to help people grow their businesses. It’s so rewarding knowing that the services you are providing will directly impact someone so that they will be able to realize their own dreams. I am also very dedicated, dependable, and a hard worker. As a mom, I try to show my children by example what kind of work ethic they should have when they grow up and start working. As such, I give 100% when I take on a client.
Like many other women my age, I am in the “Sandwich Generation.” I have children at home and also care for my elderly parent. But you know what? I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love to read and can’t get enough of books. Reading is a gateway to knowledge. The more you read, the more you learn. I love to play board games, especially Scrabble and Monopoly. Playing board games helps develop problem-solving and strategy skills. I am deeply dedicated. I am a Youth Leader and a Small Group leader at my church where I am responsible for working with other adults, planning group discussions for small groups about how to apply what they learn to everyday life. I believe, if you commit to doing something, you do it with all your might. My motto is say what you mean and mean what you say. And, I love being a VA!
I would love an opportunity to further discuss your open VA position and hope you are having a fantastic day!