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Registration date : 2011-11-24

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PostSubject: How to Work from Home as a Virtual Assistant   How to Work from Home as a Virtual Assistant Icon_minitimeMon Jun 11, 2012 11:03 pm

Now, you too can Work From Home as a Virtual Assistant (VA) within
months or weeks after attending the seminar (Manila, Cebu or Download
it) below!

Depending on your skills, you can quit your day job quickly and
replace it with a work at home gig.

If you wish to come home and WORK FROM YOUR OWN HOME, then you've
found what you're looking for.

For the past months, I've trained different kinds of employees --and
helped them land online jobs that they can work from home --part time
and full time. There's no waiting to change your mind from employee
to entrepreneur, no need to read lots of books - just this one seminar
- and the serious students immediately replaced their day job with a
work at home "gig".

It's quickly from unemployment or underemployment to receiving minimum
$250/month (P 10,000) to $700 (P 30,000) - per client - from your own
home. We're not talking of "per project" here. It's a constant
stream of income, just like an employee - without the negative
traffic, bosses and office politics.

Do you like what you're seeing?

Then start by attending the VA (Virtual Assistant) seminar in Cebu,
Manila or if you're far away, download the seminar.

A VA is your FASTEST way to going HOME and working and still earn in
$$ (any currency really). I'm sure it will change your family life.
More time for kids, spouse, the house! No office politics, no
traffic, no uniforms (hey, I'm typing this with my pajamas on.). No
storms, no wet umbrellas, no stranded in 7-11, no bad taxi
experiences, no joining the office party when you're utterly bored
with it all and hoping to win in the raffle is your only joy.

When you're at home, you'll rediscover your real joys, your family.
And your own time.

But are you qualified?

The skills you need basically is that you're very familiar with the
INTERNET and computers. That's it. If you are not afraid to explore
the internet, knowing that nothing will explode if you do so, then you
can be a VA. No kidding.

This Virtual Assistant Seminar is the Initial Training for VAs:

a. You'll know the requirements so you can be considered a good
"candidate" to be a VA (physical, mental, skills, etc)
b. Websites and Skills and Programs you need to study because you'll
need them as a VA
c. You'll know exactly what I tell my VAs to do, so you'll know the
how easy or complex it is.
d. How to communicate properly with your offsite client (this is the
most critical skill and attitude as a VA).
e. How to negotiate or justify your "rate" (how much you'll receive or
want to receive as VA).
f. What two buttons on the keyboard will become your best friend as a VA
g. The correct daily attitude towards your virtual client to ensure
smooth work flow and happiness for both of you.
h. How to make a shiny and effective resume for VA employment.
i. Common misconceptions regarding VAs
j. Personal positive and negative realizations of existing VAs
(people I've worked with)
k. How to cope with the eventual overwhelm if it happens (work load)
l. You'll find out how I started in this VA business (as a client and trainer)
m. At the end of the session you'll be given a long assignment.

Fulfill that assignment within TWO MONTHS of the training.

Note: Again this is NOT a technical course. If I discussed ALL
programs in STEP BY STEP fashion, it will take more than a month
non-stop. This is the introductory course that you can build on. If
you can investigate how to use (for example, SKYPE) a program on your
own, then you're going to be fine as a VA. However if you need more
training --more training programs (session 2 and 3) are coming up.

No hiring guarantees, just training.
1. Yes, there's no guarantee that you'll be hired in the end. That's
based on the needs of the employer and your attitudes and skills.
2. Yes, this is exactly like any other work opportunity the difference
being, it separates the serious person with a curious person. Serious
people will do the assignment, curious people will not. Serious people
will get a gig in a few months time - this is according to my track
3. My role is to give you an edge over any other applicants and allow
you to just be a VA to one employer and still be happily working at
home -- while earning what you want.

It's all kinds of people, rich and striving to be truly rich.
Parents, single moms.
They all want to work from home. Smile

"I attended Jomar Hilario's Virtual Assistant Seminar last December
21,2010 and I learned more than what I already know. The lessons he
taught us was an eye opener for me. I found out that there are easy
ways to become a successful Virtual Assistant using different
techniques. Learned different tricks either to speed up or to enhance
the presentation of a VA's work.

He helped me see that I could be somebody again. It didn't hit me at
first but as we discussed and continued the conversation, the story of
one of his VAs, who is now a VA Manager, opened new horizons, prompted
the realization that I could be someone like her someday.

I have been a work at home mom for the past 2 years. I believe that
Jomar Hilario can help me soar high as a Virtual Assistant. The way he
conducted the seminar, with his simple and easy to understand
examples, it would be an honor to be under his wings!

Congratulations, Sir Jomar Hilario!"
Eihdra Gatchalian, Las Pinas

"I attended Jomar's Virtual Assistant worshop last September 18,
2010. It opened my eyes to a new world I've never seen before and
never thought of as possible: WORKING FROM HOME. Yes, this is what a
stressed-out corporate 9 to 5 working mom like me needs. It's an
answered prayer, a gift of getting the best of both worlds: to earn
income + have more time for my family. It doesn't stop at the
worshop. It starts by getting things done. I did the "assignment",
created a blogsite about it
( and worked on My
Profile/Portfolio. From there, I started 'marketing' my skills and
competencies to potential clients. And lo and behold! Last November,
I was contracted by 2 US-based clients and they're paying me in US
dollar$ ! All these for doing online work part-time, around 1 to 2
hours a day. I still have my day job, you know, but I'm able to
manage well and earn good extra income. What more if I do it
full-time!?! Well, that's what I plan to get on eventually, in the
very near future. I always keep tabs of Jomar's online lessons,
especially that of the Facebook marketing lessons. I applied lesson #
2 for one of my client's Facebook pages which I created, and guess
what?! My client was so impressed that he gave me a bonus this month -
that's extra $$ again!

I want to keep on learning, because I want to go on earning! I just
availed of Jomar's Online Marketing Worshop. I want to learn how to
unlock the potential of earning passive income and other online
marketing tools that could enhance my skills.

Keep your dreams alive, and chase! Cheers to a prosperous 2011!"

Aileen Cortez, Paranaque

My sister and I attended your VA seminar last Saturday.

I attended because I wanted to find ways of working from home.

I thought it was a very good orientation for someone like me who knew
nothing about being a VA. It was good that the upside and downside of
being a VA was discussed, as well as the potential situations a VA
must deal with and how these must be handled. I certainly learned a
lot in that afternoon and I appreciate that you answered all of our
queries, especially since I asked plenty of questions. I also
appreciate the "mind-set" stuff that you injected into the workshop.
It was a truly enriching afternoon.


Hi everyone. I recently attended a Virtual Assistant Seminar
conducted by Mr. Jomar Hilario. He's a really good at discussing what
we should be doing and how we should be dong things as a Virtual
Assistant. He also discussed the different kind of Virtual
Assistants. It's an "everything you need to know to get started" kind
of seminar.

There were a lot of attendees and all are positive thinkers. Just
what I needed to surround myself with.

Upon parting, Mr. Jomar Hilario gave us an assignment to help us get
started on our pursuit of working at home.

I'll keep you updated on the assignment as it progresses.
All in all, I learned a lot in the seminar and had fun at the same time.
I highly recommend you attend Mr. Jomar Hilario's next Virtual
Assistant seminar.

Joseph Alcala

The best thing about this event is:
Everytime I get to learn something, especially regarding skills/tools
for your finances, I only see opportunities, opportunities,
opportunities. And with every opportunity, I get to slowly and surely
realize my dream.
Jeremy Viado


"How You Can Work From Home as A Virtual Assistant" Seminar
June 30,2012, SAT, 9am - 6pm (Now 1 hour longer!)
Rosewood Pointe, Taguig City,
How to go to Rosewood:
Two Snacks and Lunch Included
Normal Fee: P 2,975/$69, pay on or before Friday, June 29 ,2012
Come in pairs discount, just add P 1,500 for the second person
(Pay total of P 4475 / USD 103 only for pairs)

Walk In Fee: P 3,975/$93 Pay on Saturday, June 30, 2012
Come in pairs discount, just add P 1,500 for the second person
(Pay total of P 5475 / USD 128 only for pairs)

Pay by Credit Card or Paypal : GET ONE SEAT


You may also deposit the amount above to BPI Savings Account/
3216-3898-62 / Jose Mario R Hilario then fill up the details here: then email

OFWS and Non-Manila/Cebu/CDO residents you can still "attend" using
the internet.

For only P 2975 ($69), your online version of the Virtual Assistant
Training consists of :
a. Access to the Video (not LIVE video)
b. Access to the Audio, downloadable.
c. Access to the Presentation materials and bonuses
d It's not via webcam.
e. It's not live
f. It's self-paced training.
g.There will be assignments at the end, you need to do those to "pass".
h.Upon passing the "assignments", you get only ONE SHOT so check your
work before submitting them.

You may also deposit the amount of P 2975 to BPI Savings Account/
3216-3898-62 / Jose Mario R Hilario then fill up the details here: then email

Free MP3 Audio Recording of a Previous Q and A Live Online Call
Webinar --yours for free! (Value: P 4,500)


Click below to get the downloadable Video, Audio and Presentation of
the VA Seminar
(P 2975 / $ 69)

Click the link above to get a buy Downloadable VA Seminar Ticket (P 2975/$ 69)
(Online Mentoring Club members get your P 1000 discount here)

Here's what a student of the Downloadable VA Seminar has to say:
1. I took your V.A. online training while on my vacation(in Dubai). I
initially opened an oDesk account already just in case. But I never
got anything.

2. After returning from vacation, I immediately revamped and filled up
my oDesk(including the VA blog that i hadn't submitted to you). After
about week (more or less) I got a gig doing SEO, calling to the US,
doing some graphics for souvenir items, editing a website and
campaigning for a cause in general (my client is very active in civil
rights, etc).

3. I kept(and still do) applying for other gigs dahil pumalya ako sa
negotiation ko dito sa 1st gig and I thought I wanna earn more and see
what else is in store...

4. Then, just last night (about 4 days after I got my first gig), when
I opened my oDesk, I was surprised to see that I got hired again. The
weird thing was, I wasn't interviewed. Nakita ko lang na 3 messages ko
sa oDesk inbox ko(that was sent to me 2 hours back pa). 1st was to
"welcome" me, the next 2 emails where about what to do na sa jobs. yun
lang. Then payment verified naman sya kaya ayus lang.

Ang nakakagulat pa was, the whole day ko hinintay kung may notice man
lang na interview or kung "declined". Muntik na akong hindi magbukas
ulet ng oDesk kagabi (that was close to midnight na) dahil akala ko
wala ng magnnotice.

Actually, 2 days before this second gig, I had an "interview" (pero sa
oDesk lang) with another client who wanted to do SEO but I was late
na in replying kaya siguro nakahanap na sya ng ibang mahihire. That
prompted me to open my oDesk from time to time talaga just in case...
and I was right.

I think I got the gig primarily because of the VA blog, supported by
my main blog and the carbonmade portfolio site.

Buy I only attracted non-specialized employers gawa ng hindi pa
convincing enough ang portfolio ng graphics ko.

Kaya naman, I sure will invest in premium sites lalo na't I'm back to work.
Good morning po. I want to thank you sa LAHAT. I now have 2 V.A. part
time jobs... amazing!

Yeye Sagusay, in Canada

Jomar has had 5 years experience training, hiring and firing
experienced and unexperienced Filipino VAs in the Philippines from the
Philippines, now he's spilling to you what happened in those 5 years.


All participants of this VA event will be part of the Online Call with
a Real Virtual Assistant and Jomar Hilario on a Few Weeks after at
8:00 PM to 9:30 PM as a followup so all your questions can be


Be challenged, inspired and get referrals and job openings from fellow
participants - even people you haven't met in this exclusive group.

Hint: If you're looking for a landline, fax or cellphone number to
talk to someone about this, it's already definite: You can't be a
Virtual Assistant - so don't attend this seminar. A VA is very,
extremely comfortable with the Internet and doesn't "prefer" to use
analog technologies like landlines to conduct business or ask
questions. Ask your questions to via email or
facebook instead to prove that you're not afraid of technology.

Get ready to change your life for the better - good bye that long
commute and yucky bosses.
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