Do you have trouble getting everything done? Do you find technology overwhelming? Would you like to work more in your areas of strengths and less in your areas of weakness? Maybe it’s time to hire a virtual assistant.
Benefits of listening:
- Find out what a virtual assistant is and what they actually do, so you can take the next step in your business.
- Discern if it’s time for you to hire a virtual assistant, so you can stop wasting time and energy in wondering.
- Know where to find one and what to look for, so you hire the right fit.
Here are some resources to consider if you are in the market for a Virtual Assistant:
- IVAA.org – International Virtual Assistants Association – offers training and a member directory
- VAnetworking.com – offers training and a member directory
- FancyHands.com – request based system to handle a multitude of tasks if you aren’t ready to contract with an individual Virtual Assistant
About Susan Fleming
Susan Fleming is a Virtual Assistant to both Kim Avery and Chris McCluskey, and loves what she does. She is also a coach and delights in helping other coaches sort out their technical needs so they can focus more on what they do best. Susan builds on a strong background in public education, corporate training, curriculum development, and entrepreneurship to maximize her impact for her clients.
Home is Winter Haven, Florida, where she lives near her daughter, Julia, and her two granddaughters, Audrie and Tami.
You can find out more about what a Virtual Assistant is at www.VA-Box.com and you can also download her free list of “70 Things a Virtual Assistant Can Do for You” there.