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You only have so many hours in a day, let others make the money for you

Nick Haase

A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA), is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients remotely from a home office.

A Virtual Assistant, (like me!) is someone that you hire to take some of the daily, tedious work off of your plate so you have more time to dedicate to the rest of your business. It is estimated that successful entrepreneurs spend up to 10 hours that can be delegated or outsourced. These are the non-revenue producing hours such as the time spent in relationship maintenance and connecting with others, answering email and client support requests. 

By hiring a virtual assistant, you can increase your productivity by removing the smaller, time-consuming tasks and allow you to focus on more of the big picture stuff. Because you’re in the day-to-day life of your business, it can be hard to imagine handing daily tasks off to someone else. 

A Virtual Assistant can take care of your email inbox

There are 5 billion email accounts worldwide, and an average of 129 emails daily for each person, just imagine how many a business owner gets on average? Studies show that on average emails are checked once an hour. With guidance, this can be delegated and automated to decrease your need to answer many emails.

Manage your Schedule

Arranging your schedules and calendars correctly can help you stay on track. Especially ensuring there are no conflicts or forgetting your meetings and other appointments.

Other Duties a General Admin can handle for you:

  • Manage and organize inquiries
  • Reports and Document Preparation
  • Online Research
  • Online Meeting Facilitation
  • Project Management
  • Preparation of Training Materials/SOP
  • Sending Client Invoices
  • Online Filing/Organization
  • Spreadsheet creation/Data Entry
  • PDF Conversion, Splitting, Merging
  • And more as needed

Click HERE! to get a copy of the How to Hire a VA Checklist