We had an extraordinary week and I personally have been recovering from laryngitis. As I was recovering I got to thinking, how lucky am I to have
my virtual assistant to help me pick up the slack and reschedule some
items that I can’t do without a voice. It wasn’t always this easy…
In this podcast, we discover what it takes to Find your ideal virtual assistant. Tips on how to do it, what services I use and how affordable it really is.
When I started my business in 2010 I didn’t see a value in hiring an assistant but rather thought this is when I’m making 10K per month and
then I can add “staff”. It turns out it’s not that complicated and you can
hire someone as little as $4 USD per hour.
One of the many things that entrepreneurs have to face is taking our multi-tasking skills to the extreme. What can we do to ease our rigorous daily operations? It starts with finding a virtual assistant.
One of the ways you can get started is writing a list of all the things you have to do in a week. Then list all the things you would like to do in a week. Your final and third column to this is to write a list of 3 top and significant task that you could really use help in this very instant. That is the job description of your first VA that you need to hire. I use upwork.com to find my VA’s and it’s super simple to place an add and even recruitment support if you need some.
When you find your virtual assistant and hire them the work begins. I always recommend using Google doc’s to outline each and every task as you train your virtual assistant. We will have more on this in an upcoming episode.