Hire a virtual assistant as soon as you can. It can be a game-changer for your business!
Consider the difference in your business if you could free up 5 to 10 hours of your time every week.
That’s time you can spend working on your business instead of in it.
When I recommend coaching clients hire a virtual assistant, I get a lot of push-back.
“Where will I find this person?”
“How will I train them?”
“What if I can’t keep them busy?”
And of course, underlying all those questions is the big one:
“Can I really afford this?”
I get it. I worked alone in my business for years. So what I’m about to tell you comes from experience.
Once you work through these issues, you’ll find yourself asking a new question:
“Why didn’t I hire a virtual assistant years ago?”
Finding an assistant isn’t that difficult. And once you have a system for working with your virtual assistant (VA), you’ll wonder why you waited so long.
Chances are you’re so busy that the idea of taking time to find someone — never mind training them — feels impossible.
Good news — I have a simple, five-step process to make it easier for you to hire a virtual assistant for your business. Read on, or watch the video above.
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