You’ve heard of virtual assistants, also referred to as VAs. Well don’t get caught saying you should’ve had a VA. Instead, go get one. Here’s the thing – you only have so much time, as your host Rich Sloan reinforces. It’s imperative that you spend your time doing the things that, A) create the most value, and B) keep you in love with your business.
Virtual assistants charge by the quarter hour, sometimes by the minute, and can’t you just envision your business with all those structured, routine tasks being delegated to a professional who loves doing those things while you go pursue the aspects of the business you love?
Listen in to the comments of guest expert, Tawnya Sutherland, who runs VAnetworking.com, a leading online community and resource with thousands of VAs on board. She breaks down for us the cardinal things to look for in a virtual assistant as well as how to find one and what you can expect to pay.
Download Tawnya’s free ebook, Finding the Ultimate Virtual Assistant for Your Business (You’ll have to provide a name and email on the right side of the page where you land to be eligible for the free ebook.)
Make more with your precious time by spending a little on a virtual assistant – that’s what we conclude.