Adding a Virtual Assistant to your 2018-bucket list
Around this time every year, we start to think about our goals for the next year. Thinking about where we can improve, what we would like to achieve. For business owners it works the same, what we would like our company to achieve.
A new year, new goals… a VA can definitely help you scratch some items on your 2018-bucket list. By adding a Virtual Assistant team, you can focus more on the bigger things and let the VA do the smaller but still important tasks.
A few, literally a few benefits for hiring a Virtual Assistant;
- More time on your hands – you can have more time to work on what you need to do; the bigger things you need to worry about and of course some extra free time.
- Focus on inventing – Takes administrative work off your list, so that you can focus on creating value.
- Not paying a fortune – a VA fits in with your budget, and time you need
- Helping you getting more organized in a sufficient manner.
You don’t even have to wait until next year to start utilizing your Virtual Assistant.
You know after each December vacation we always struggle to get up and start the New Year, with all the new planning, getting up to date with everything you missed… who would be in the mood?
Well having a Virtual Assistant will help;
- VA’s can work during these vacation periods so that NONE of your work will be behind, so that when you start the year there is no backlog fall to fall upon.
- During this period when things have quietened down, your VA can help you re-organize your inbox, documents, review procedures and of course start the planning for your New Year goals, doing some archiving, and all those things we never have time for during the rest of the year.
- If you have a business that keeps running in December, your VA can help keeping you posted and keep your clients happy while you relax.
- Your VA can start organizing next year’s obligations such as TAX returns.
Hiring a Virtual Assistant this holiday season will not break your wallet because you will only have to pay for the hours rendered (depending on your contract). By shelling out a few dollars, you are giving yourself the luxury of extra time for yourself to spend with family and friends.