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Is a Virtual Assistant right for you?

Business owners take on many tasks and responsibilities which at times can be overwhelming.  Maybe you are doing everything yourself – marketing, bookkeeping, customer service, social media posts, emails, website management and much more. That may be working well for now but eventually you will reach a point where you can’t keep up with it all as you continue to grow your brand, your operations and your services.  Rather than follow the traditional hiring route, you may want to consider using the services of a Virtual Assistant (VA).

A virtual assistant is basically a remote administrative assistant who helps with a variety of professional tasks to support a business. This flexible option can help business owners meet their administrative needs without committing to a long-term employee.

Benefits of a Virtual Assistant
Having a VA manage your day-to-day tasks will give you more time to work on what matters most – productivity, profitability and moving your business forward.
Your business will save money because you are not paying employee benefits or taxes and you are only paying for the productivity time the VA is using working for you.
A virtual assistant may specialize in a particular area or have the ability to perform many different tasks. They are likely to have valuable experience working for different types of companies, as well as the ability to adapt to different environments.

Signs you need a Virtual Assistant
There are a variety of indications that you may need the help of a Virtual Assistant but here are some of the most common:

You spend more time on administrative tasks than the core business itself
Your business needs skills you don’t have
You wish there were two of you
You’re ready to scale

Before you begin your Virtual Assistant search, determine your specific needs. This way you will know when you find the right person with the right skills for your business. Remember you don’t have to do it all yourself; there are many benefits to getting a little help.
Are you interested in learning more? Contact me and let’s chat about how I can help you take care of your business.

All the best,