As a virtual assistant, project manager, systems expert, OBM, or someone with another “doer” title...
You do a lot for your clients.
But you often feel like the last cog in the wheel. Like you’re always reacting to the last-minute, must-get-done things.
You don’t feel fully valued for all that you do, and you’re starting to wear a little thin. Freelancer burnout is real, and you’ve been there (or are very close).
You know you want to keep doing this work, but you know you need to work smarter. You also know you’re ready to serve clients on a higher level, and to stop feeling like the person who just executes on tiny tasks every day.
As the digital COO (online Chief Operations Officer) and integrator for a number of six-figure women-owned businesses, I want to help you get out of this cycle of overworked // underpaid // under-appreciated.
I also want to help you tap into your own digital COO capabilities so you can level up your own work, your client base, and your income.
With the right support and resources, you’ll be better equipped to support digital CEO clients who want higher-level, strategic assistance.
Best of all, you’ll become a valued member of the team and have more control over your schedule, your income, and the projects you work on.
I know it’s possible to offer higher-level support to digital CEOs.
I know it’s possible to make more of an impact.
I know it’s possible to take your career to the next level.
➡️ The role a digital COO plays in online businesses
➡️ How to determine if becoming a Digital COO is right for you
➡️ How to showcase the value you offer new and current clients
➡️ Why imposter syndrome keeps you from up-leveling
➡️ Which traits and skills you can harness to become a COO
➡️ How to avoid burnout and get your days, weeks, and evenings back
➡️If you’re interested in becoming a COO
➡️Which traits/qualities/skills can help you uplevel
➡️Which clients are open to COO-level support
➡️Which resources you need to train up properly
➡️What you offer CEOs & new clients who want higher level support
Sick of waiting for that late-night email from a client who needs something at the last minute?