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  • Writer's pictureSophie Green

4 Signs Your VA Business is More Than Just a Side Hustle

In today's gig economy, many young professionals are turning to side hustles to supplement their income and pursue their passions. Virtual Assistant (VA) businesses have gained popularity due to their flexibility and potential for growth.


Sophie running a VA business on her phone with a coffee in her hand

If you're a 20-something considering turning your side hustle into a full-time VA business, here are four signs that indicate it's more than just a temporary gig:


  1. Consistent and Growing Client Base: One obvious sign that your VA business is ready for the next level is a growing list of satisfied clients. If you find yourself consistently gaining new clients, getting repeat business, and receiving referrals, it's a strong indication that your services are in demand in the market. Sustained growth demonstrates the potential to scale your business beyond a side hustle.

  2. Increased Workload and Challenges: As your side hustle begins to consume more of your time and energy, you may discover you're struggling to keep up with the increasing workload. Juggling multiple projects, maintaining deadlines, and facing new challenges are positive signs that your business is on an upward trajectory. Recognize that these hurdles could indicate your need to commit fully to your VA business and give it the attention it deserves.

  3. Financial Stability: Perhaps one of the most important factors to consider before transitioning your side hustle to a full-time gig is the financial stability it offers. Evaluate your earnings and the growth in income from your VA business. If it's consistently exceeding or at least matching your current job's income, it's a promising indication that your business has the potential to be financially viable in the long term.

  4. Passion and Dedication: Without passion and dedication, sustaining your VA business as a full-time venture can become challenging. Reflect on how passionate you are about your work and if you genuinely enjoy the services you provide. Additionally, consider your dedication level towards constantly upskilling, staying updated on industry trends, and improving your services. Passion and dedication are vital drivers that will see you through the ups and downs of running a full-time VA business.

Transitioning your side hustle into a full-time VA business is a crucial decision that requires careful evaluation. If you experience consistent client growth, face formidable challenges, achieve financial stability, and possess unyielding passion and dedication, it may be time to take the leap.


Remember, dedication and hard work are key ingredients for success. With the right mindset and commitment, you can turn your VA business into a thriving, fulfilling career.


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Signing on,

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