“Hire a Virtual Assistant”. Those simple words can make a small business owner ecstatic or crazy (even crazier then they already are) — all depending on their experience with this increasingly popular administrative help. However, once a small business
Hours, days, weeks months and sometimes even years can be spent trying to grow or develop a business. But how you spend your valuable time could actually end up hindering your company from becoming successful. Hiring a virtual assistant can
Written by M. Shannon Hernandez Founder of The Writing Whisperer, Author & Speaker, and World Traveler I have some honest words for you, based on personal experience: If you are trying to grow your business, and you are doing it
Delegating tasks to a virtual assistant can free up time for more strategic-focused goals—and relying on a virtual assistant can ultimately cut costs. Regardless if you’re a a professional, business leader or Entrepreneur, chances are that you’ve got all kinds
Many business owners need assistance to help manage their workload and so, many choose to engage a personal assistant. However, have you ever thought of going virtual? Maybe not, if you’re not even sure what a Virtual Assistant is. It’s
With the advances of technology, it is becoming easier for businesses to outsource some of their administrative tasks, without the need of having an on-site person. A VA is able to provide administrative support to businesses all over the world.
Using a virtual assistant can shave hours from your workweek, but knowing which tasks to delegate can be tricky, whether you’re starting or growing a business. Most virtual assistants are contract or freelance workers who do their jobs from home