Imagine this, I hand you a business card. It reads: I can help you find that extra hour you need in your day. Call me.
What would you accomplish if you had that extra hour?
What if you did nothing during that hour and somebody else did the work for you?
What if you set that one hour aside to do what you dream of doing for your business, and then you doubled or tripled that one hour each week?
This is where a virtual assistant (VA) steps in. You outsource that one hour to a VA. You purchase an hour, or two, or however many hours you may need, or a package of hours (to be used in a day, week, month or a year), and then you do something else while the VA manages the work that keeps you from doing what you REALLY want or need to be doing.
A VA works with you, as a partner via contract, and often this is done remotely. A VA is your trusted right hand. Your back up.
Your Virtual Assistant does not cost you insurance, a desk, a computer, nor the supervision that goes along with hiring an employee.
On my desk today I have several contracts: re-writing and editing a book, bookkeeping, social media management, customer contacts (email), administrative work (behind the scene sales), and content writing. These are my narrowed down niches, but I do more. I focus on assisting pastors and churches, small businesses (and especially makers of handmade products), writers (and those that want to write but need assistance), and speakers.
If I cannot take on the job that you need completed, I can help you find a VA that can.
Welcome to my world of Virtual Assistance. It rocks. Call me.
(Check out these links: Michael Hyatt’s Experience Using A Virtual Assistant, 7 Reasons You Should Hire a Virtual Assistant , and Several Reasons Pastors May Need a Virtual Assistant by Thom S. Rainer, and Chris Ducker’s 101 Tasks You Can Outsource to Virtual Staff to Grow Your Business)