Working with a virtual assistant can literally save you hours of your work week. But, you may be wondering who works with a virtual assistant (VA)?
We can tell you from experience, almost anyone who runs a business, or has work tasks that they would rather outsource can benefit from working with a VA.
Below is a brief list of some of the professions our clients work in.
Health care professionals
plus many more….
A VA can do anything but bring your coffee, even though with mobile ordering, they can do that for you too! The truth is, a VA can do nearly anything in your business that you want them to do. But first, you have to determine what you should outsource. What part of your job do you love? What part do you hate or just don’t have time for? What is it that only you can do, and what can be outsourced? Once you figure those things out, the next step is to get matched with a VA who has the professional experience and desire to help you. It’s that easy!
Assistant Match is great at matching businesses and VAs, so when you are ready, we can help you find your perfect VA.
It’s the time of year when resolutions are made and goals are set. We evaluate our past wins and re-evaluate our losses. We determine what worked and what didn’t work in previous years, who helped us and who didn’t, and we review budgets and schedules to help us make intelligent decisions moving forward.
The goals and resolutions, the wins and losses, and the budgets and schedules involve ALL aspects of our lives -both business and personal. You can’t effectively be happy in one area, if the other is out of balance. Many people try but most do not succeed to have a REAL work/life balance. It is hard to do. We all have so many responsibilities, we are pulled in a million different directions, and everyone seems to be after a portion of our money and wants a large portion of our time. So, what can you do differently this year to help get that balance that most of us want and need? One simple solution would be to hire a virtual assistant to help you move towards that goal of a work/life balance.
Here are the top 3 reasons to work with a VA this year.
- You can’t afford not to. If time is money and you are stuck doing non-revenue producing tasks, then you need to outsource that work immediately! Find a VA that can do some of those tasks for you. The investment you make hiring a part-time VA (you can offer minimal hours to start) will give you back time that can be spent working on revenue generating activities or spending quality time with your family.
- Project completion. Look around your life and see how many “great ideas” were started but never finished because you didn’t have TIME to complete them. If any of these can be outsourced for completion, do it! Or again, outsource the activities that may be keeping you from completing your million dollar idea.
- Peace of mind. It would be hard to place a dollar amount on peace of mind. Hiring a VA could be that missing link that helps to lower your stress level and increase your productivity this year. Wouldn’t it be great to know that when you pass a project off to your VA, it will get done in a timely manner, with professional results? You can give a deadline and have it done when you need it, without having to do it yourself. Peace of mind can help you have better clarity which is essential for success in 2015 and getting you to live a more balanced life.