As a freelance writer, my business initially started off being able to provide virtual assistant services and freelance writing content to other people. However, as my business grew quickly over the course of the past five years, I realized that I simply could not do everything on my own anymore, thus my introduction to the world of hiring virtual assistants to help me.
Since that time, I’ve trained and assisted hundreds of wannabe virtual assistants in launching their own careers. I have even helped provide matchmaking services to busy entrepreneurs who need help outsourcing some tasks. One of the common things I have found with successful business people, even entrepreneurs making six to seven figures in the online space, is that they struggle to identify what they need to delegate, how to hire that person, and what qualities to look for in outsourcing to a virtual assistant.
That’s why I put together my tools all about how to hire and train your first VA. Having worked with dozens of virtual assistants directly and having trained hundreds more on the process, so that you get everything you need to know to begin delegating things and begin reclaiming your time and your ability to make more money.
Outsourcing to Virtual Assistants can Help you scale your business
Knowing how to outsource can uplevel your business in a major way- I know it has for mine!
My team has now expanded to five virtual assistants, all working from the comfort of their own homes, doing tasks they love. Outsourcing or even becoming a virtual assistant is really powerful these days and more popular than ever!
Working with virtual assistants has transformed my business such that I can have two businesses operating at the same time while keeping my mental clarity and focus on the most important tasks. This helps me accomplish many things on a regular basis and allows me to go on vacation and have it look as though my business is running just the same. If you are currently feeling bottlenecked or as though you are running out of hours during the day and simply cannot take on one more thing, you are in need of a virtual assistant.
You might have been holding back because you view it as an expense rather than as an investment or because you simply don’t know where to start. Check out this link to learn how to get a free list of 70+ tasks you can outsource to a VA.