No. Whilst you are not sharing an office with a group of people, you are in constant contact with your clients and associates, whether it be on the phone, email or Skype. You are communicating all the time. Your office time is also of course interspersed with attending networking events in order to build your business and forge useful relationships. You have the opportunity to be part of a larger VA community, whether it’s through creating your own support network of associate VAs with whom you share information, or the wider VA community.
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