Welcome to The Brightest Side

The world of work is changing, and more and more people are building their careers and conducting business online.

Many people need a little extra help running their businesses, but cannot afford to hire more staff. Who doesn't want some help tackling their long list of responsibilities and getting some of their free time back? Consider all of the tasks that take time away from the main goals of a business and can be easily outsourced...

That's where a Virtual Assistant (VA) comes in. Whether a business is just getting started or is growing and thriving, a VA can help.

So, what does a Virtual Assistant do?

A Virtual Assistant works remotely or "virtually" with established online (and/or brick and mortar) businesses as a freelance consultant to handle details and put plans into action.

A Virtual Assistant builds their own business by helping others build their businesses. A VA remains their own boss, but works with a business owner to complete various tasks eliminating the need for the hiring process or paying benefits, health insurance and FICA. 

As a VA, I've had clients who live anywhere from down the street to New Zealand and everywhere in between and the work is basically the same. I complete agreed upon projects remotely while staying in touch over the phone, text, email or video chat.

Hiring a VA helps keep business on track and life in balance by outsourcing the tasks that can easily be handled by someone else. As a business grows, it’s important to find the right support.

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A Virtual Assistant Can help with:

Website Design

Website Functionality

Content Curation

Blog and Article Writing

PhotoGRAPHICS Creation

Competitor Comparison Studies

Internet Research



Administrative Tasks

Personal Shopping

Travel Planning

Personal Errands and Responsibilities

Inbox management

keyword research

And so much more!


Hiring a VA lets a business owner live their masterpiece and stop worrying about all of the details.

Thank you to Jason Silva and his inspiring youtube channel Shots of Awe.