Your virtual assistant can be your most powerful part of your success. Communication is key. Scope of tasks are endless. Databases - emarketing - direct marketing - reports - minutes of meeting - social media - blogging - newsletters.
In order to effectively use virtual assistants to grow your business, you need to hire for the role, not the task. Something that I say all the time.
That means building a team. A team that will work together to achieve what you’re aiming for as a business owner.
Simply put, a Virtual Assistant will put more time on your clock and more money in your wallet by:
· taking away things you can no longer juggle
· freeing your time and energy for the things only you can do in your business
· becoming a partner invested in your success, and a sounding board for solutions
· pursuing opportunities that can earn you more money
· being your one source to either get it done, or find someone who can
Virtual Assistants Are Resourceful
You’ve heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” The same applies to a Virtual Assistant. It’s not important that your VA can personally do everything for you – that’s impossible. What is important? We know how to get it all done with our big list of resources and contacts.
It’s important to acknowledge and appreciate that no one person can handle all of these different roles. It’s about using what you’ve got at your arsenal, to get what you want out of your team building and outsourcing.
The fact is that working with VA’s has gone far further than most people ever thought possible. It’s more than just filtering email and managing your social media (although thats covered, too!). It’s about business growth. It’s about waking up and understanding that, as business owners, we shouldn’t be doing half the stuff that we are doing on a day to day basis!