Skyrocket Your Personal and Business Goals With A Virtual Assistant
Would you like to reduce your daily workload and increase your business revenue? I’m sure the answer is “yes”! As an entrepreneur, the success of your business (or failure) depends on you! But it also depends on how you manage your time.
Before you burn out, restructure your business to include utilizing a Virtual Assistant. Doing everything yourself is poor business practice and won’t get your business to the next level. Utilizing a Virtual Assistant will give you more time each day to focus on what matters most in your business. Spending time updating your social media, filtering emails, entering data and managing your calendar doesn’t make you money. It doesn’t make you anything. It takes something instead – your time. Why not delegate those tasks, the unessential tasks, to your Virtual Assistant so that you can dig in and get going on the essential tasks.
I like how Liz Strauss featured in a smallbizsurvival.com article justifies utilizing a Virtual Assistant, “The principle is that people with the highest level skills should be doing the highest level work. You, as CEO of a Fortune 100 Corp, making coffee might be nice, but you’re a very expensive coffee maker. Let’s say the main work you do is worth $100/hour. If you can pay someone to write your bills $20/hour for 3 hours and you stick to what only you can do, you’re not spending money, you’re making it so that you can earn $240 more in those three hours.”
I couldn’t say it any better!
Christine Swanson, Virtual Assistant