Saturday, October 1, 2011

Delegate To A Virtual Assistant (VA)

The toughest issues Small Business Owners face is doing everything themselves.  If you are doing all of the work how can you grow? 


Who should you delegate to?  Why should you try to do it all by yourself or worry about the expense of hiring an employee.

Virtual Assistants (VA) are entrepreneurs who can provide a variety of services.  A VA work on a contractual basis.  This will give you the freedom to grow your business.  You can pay more attention to your clients and provide the service you are in business to do.

What can a VA do for me?
  • What do you have on your desk that you do not have time to do?
  • What administrative tasks you do not want to do?
  • How many presentations do you need to complete and don’t have the time?
  • Hiring a VA to do these tasks will give you more time for meetings, networking, and providing dependable service to your client.

What if I do not have a lot of administrative things to do?
A VA experience is more than filing or answering phones.  A VA can send out company emails, create spreadsheets, presentations, etc…..
The list of what a VA can do is not limited.

How do I know what VA is a right for me?
You should consult with a VA to find out what services they can provide.  You can ask for information about their services before the consult.  This will help you with any questions before the consult.  If you are comfortable with the consult, but still unsure about hiring them give them a small project.  Once this project is completed to your satisfaction then you will have gained that trust.

1 comment:

  1. Hello,

    Working with a Virtual Assistant can be a very rewarding experience both financially and professionally. A Virtual Assistant can help you organize your business and your life, while also opening up excellent time-leveraging and time-management benefits that would otherwise have not been possible.