Jan 20, 2021
Bryan Lewis is the Founder of Adminja, a client management
platform specifically designed for Virtual Assistants. Everything a
VA might need to keep track of client projects, billing, individual
tasks, and more is provided in Adminja. Bryan shares a little bit
about his software and how it helps VAs as well as shares his
predictions for a more virtual future in this week’s episode!
- Bryan is matching Kathy’s tiara-wearing spirit by wearing a
- How has COVID-19 impacted Bryan this year? He’s going a bit
- Bryan shares his “dare to leap” story. He had $300 in his
pocket when he decided to leave his hometown and move to where the
“internet action was at” in the ’90s.
- Has Bryan ever been fired?
- Kathy and Bryan share their age discrimination stories they
experienced as they have gotten older.
- How does Adminja work?
- Why does Kathy love Adminja so much?
- Kathy is not tech-savvy at all, but she loves working in
Adminja because it’s so intuitive to understand and she can quickly
get the reports she needs. It has such a low-tech learning
- Bryan has a great special for the first 25 Dare to
Leap podcast listeners!
- Virtual is here to stay. We will see an uptick in virtual teams
when things go “back to normal.”
- As things become more automated, will the need for VAs slowly
- What’s next for Bryan?
- Bryan is not a fan of the term “gig worker.” He explains
- Virtual assistant is actually quite a hard keyword to do ads
for. The same goes for the acronym VA.
- Are you a VA? Head on over to Adminja and check it out!
- Kathy loves Adminja because it helps you stand out from the
rest. Imagine how much time/money gets lost by you not accurately
tracking your tasks?
“The world has now seen what virtual is like, and while we’re
getting a little tired of it, when we go back to normal life, we’re
going to be virtual a whole lot more than we did before.”
“Virtual assistant is the most impossible keyword to do ads for
on Google because what comes up is Siri or Cortana.”
“It’s the admin work that drives you crazy, not the client work.
If the admin work is automated? You feel more comfortable taking on