Been looking to make money online lately?
Haven’t we all?
You may have seen this course called Savvy System and it may have caught your attention enough to look into it…kinda like you are now.
The main premise?
Starting your own virtual assistant business for financial freedom.
Scroll down for my full Savvy System review.
Starting a virtual assistant business might just be what you need to finally take control of your life again.
You get to pick the people you want to work with, what you work on, and how long you work.
Most importantly you decide how much you want to get paid.
Well kinda…but we’ll touch on this later.
Basically you’ll be able to work from home for a bunch of different companies that you land as “clients”.
That’s how it’s presented to you in the program along with the luxurious virtual assistant lifestyle.
But here’s the truth.
As a virtual assistant you’re basically just a freelancer still.
That means that your “clients” can still let you go just about whenever they need to and you don’t really have a say.
Also, you’re still having to put in all the time and effort with the tasks at hand…so the “virtual assistant lifestyle” can’t truly be all the luxurious if you’re still locked in an office for 8hrs a day.
Of course, part of this virtual savvy system is the idea of scaling your virtual assistant business so that you can hire other people.
Then you can place them on your clients projects and simple manage them to make sure it gets done.
But here’s the issue with that…
Most clients are going to want the person they hire to physically be the one doing the work…
This means that they probably wouldn’t take all that kindly to finding out that you’re just passing it off to someone else almost like labor arbitrage…
So as you can see the idea behind it is kinda dicey.
How much does Savvy System cost?
You’ll be looking at a one time payment of $1497 or 12 payments of $147.
Would I join?
And it’s not because what’s taught in the course is bad or doesn’t work or Abbey is a scam or something like that.
I just don’t think the business model is sustainable.
I standby what I said earlier when I mentioned it’s basically freelancing…because it really is.
You’re taking on jobs for clients that often times are short term and don’t last for years on end.
You also don’t really have as much control either because again, if the client decides to move another direction, you’re out of a job.
That’s why I prefer something like digital leasing.
You work on your own, similar to a virtual assistant, but you create assets that do the work for you by generating leads.
Then simply just connect with a local business owner who’s willing to do the extra work and give you a cut of the deals at the end of each month.
And unlike freelancing where you’ll be out of a job with nothing to show for it, digital leasing allows you to own your own assets so that if anything crazy does happen like a client retiring, you still have something that is producing value non-stop so all you’ve gotta do is connect with someone else in town.
It’s a no brainer to me.