Tick tock… Tick tock…
Before you know it, 24 hours have already passed by your day.
You’ve been in the business for more than 3 years now…
You’ve got all the tools purchased for productivity…
You’ve been getting more inquiries about your offer since the pandemic hit…
But at the end of the week, you find yourself lost and falling behind deadlines.
OH NO!! That’s not a good sign.
You don’t want to compromise the quality of your service, do you?
Not sure if it’s really the time to hire an assistant?
Well, here are some indicators for you to get the “signs” you’ve been looking for:
🤔You have a growing unread emails
🤔You spend too much on a task that isn’t revenue-generating
🤔You are working on a task that you are not skilled at (time to admit it)
🤔You spend your time on managing rather on leading
🤔You need help but can’t afford another full time employee
If this is the validation you need to hire and you’re now convinced…
Read a couple more lines because I want to make sure you’re hiring not to sabotage your business, but hiring so you can really be free from any disaster.
Keep in mind that a Virtual Assistant can only be successful only if you allow them to so if you’re serious enough to getting your time back, then do these two things at least:
📝Document the task you want to outsource
Make a list of the things you want to delegate to your VA. If writing the steps will take much of your time, then you can just create a video of yourself or your screen to show how you do the task.
📝Create a detailed job description
Prepare a list of your VA’s duties and responsibilities, required skills, working schedule, and rate.
Being an entrepreneur, you do not have to do everything. Learn to leverage your time and delegate other tasks effectively.
Once you have these on hand, you’re now ready to hire a Virtual Assistant.
Scale your business fast!