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ahmadbilal505050
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What is the best and quickest approach to become AMZ VA keeping in view of long term benefit and also not to sacrifice the income?

I need tips and strategies. 🙂 

I know it's not a quick rich scheme

 

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Zaman Ilyas
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I resigned from my job back in Feb 2020 to learn about amazon as quickly as possible but it still took 3 to 4 months as I was only focusing on theoretical knowledge. But when I started working with seniors it speeds up my learning. So if you want to learn without compromising your income you have to commit some hours daily for learning and practicality. 
How I do learn? I always do hands-on when I learn a new skill now, i.e I learnt about advance keyword researching from a senior and so far I have made 20+ files without delaying to master this skill. The best strategy for you to learn asap is only hands-on learn and take actions 🙂


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mabobakar
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Posted by: @ahmadbilal505050

What is the best and quickest approach to become AMZ VA keeping in view of long term benefit and also not to sacrifice the income?

I need tips and strategies. 🙂 

I know it's not a quick rich scheme

 

There are simple three steps 
1. Learn from any platform like ecommerce galaxy and do practical with some senior with their existing projects. 
2. Grabe projects and do on sharing basis with seniors
3. When you get enough expert, start doing projects individually

 

Abubakar


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Zeeshan.Jalil
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Posted by: @ahmadbilal505050

What is the best and quickest approach to become AMZ VA keeping in view of long term benefit and also not to sacrifice the income?

I need tips and strategies. 🙂 

I know it's not a quick rich scheme

 

As salamualikum!

Thank you for taking your time and thinking on your growth 😊

The best way to learn any skill is to give it a time. According to science you need to give 1000 hours to master any skill. And those 1000 hours must spent well.

Create your goals on what you want to learn. And then make strategies to learn those. Decide a specific time from your busy day and make it habit. To make any habit you need 28 days (I have read some say you need 64 days to make any habit). 

Decide your timeline for every day that in which part you are going to spend your valuable time.

Avoid distractions! Open only the relevant browser. For example if you are working on Product Research then only open the Product Research relevant browsers.

Learn the basics enough so when you talk to some experience guy, your understanding trigger them about your knowledge.

Be pratical and apply on daily basis what you learn.

Do not overcommit or lie about your knowledge. They people are trusting on you with your time and their time and money.

Learning is an on going process. So make it habit for daily basis.

Hope it helps!

Thank you! 😊

Head of Academics


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Muhammad Ali
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Hi,

Pertinent to subject you may opt for following options;

First Option:

  • Specifically as per question “quickest approach to become Amazon VA” is to get in contact with a Mentor. However you need to pay for the same since mentor is having rich exposure + he knows how to avoid mistakes thus he can provide you a fast track.

Second Option:

  • Well if you are not currently able to pay to have a mentor then go with following options;
  1. Take free access to courses + join discussion or knowledge sharing group.
  2. Try to finish a particular course (e.g VA) within a targeted time frame (e.g 3 Months)
  3. During three months start reading viz a viz learning from all the post of the groups (don’t comment until you get a good understanding or you feel confident; however you can ask question for your clarity)
  4. Once you finish your course within targeted time (e.g 3 months) then start commenting or giving solution in the group that’s how you start adding value.
  5. Remember don’t get distracted from your target. Certainly after patience learning + practical exposure, you will reap results.
  6. Try to associate yourself with some senior member and build your working portfolio. Your valuable contribution as teammate will pave your way.
  7. Once portfolio or hand on experience is developed start providing your skills on fiver, upwork etc.

Above all requires your passion to learn+ dedication+ must understand that you investing your valuable life time; so be consistent to achieve your goals. Go unleash yourself.

Regards,

 

Muhammad Ali

 


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