Delegate, Focus, and GROW Your Business

Do You Wish You Could Duplicate Yourself?

When you first start building your business, you spend most of your time trying to get new customers or clients. Once you begin to get those customers, you begin to find time for expanding your business can become more and more scarce. Your business is growing, which is what you wanted, but now you are starting to get overwhelmed. What you need is to duplicate yourself to take some of the work off your plate, but you’re not sure if you are ready to have an employee. That is when a virtual assistant can be the best option.

Virtual assistants can tackle many different tasks, but are not on your payroll. You can hire one or more full-time, part-time or for a temporary project. There is so much flexibility and a vast amount of knowledge available in the pool of virtual assistants out there so you can find someone that can duplicate your skillset or add to it.

What to Delegate to an Assistant

No one will care about your business the way you do, but you can still have quality help that can take some of the workload off your plate. You should still do what you do best and what you enjoy the most, but delegate some of the other tasks to a virtual assistant. Hand over managing your emails, posting to social media, blogging or other marketing tasks that take up too much time. Anything that can be done on the computer or online can be handled by a virtual assistant.

The benefit of hiring a VA over adding employees is freedom. You are not committed to paying taxes, insurance and other expenses for an employee – you can hire a VA for as much or as little work as you need. There is less risk and you can quickly find an experienced VA that has the exact skills you need. Our team at CVA is full of talented assistants that have a wide variety of skills for our clients. Whether you need an assistant to give you help with some of your high-tech chores or someone who can handle the time-consuming data entry for your records, we have someone who can meet your needs.

Stop working 70-80 hours a week without completing everything you need to get done. Consider hiring a VA to take over some of your workload so you can focus on the most important aspects of your business.

photo credit: Post-Software

Posted on October 4th, 2017 by Rachel Braam, Office Manager

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