Entrepreneurs! Stop Wearing so Many Hats!
Is your business too small to hire a full time employee, but too big to manage on your own? Do you spend 80% of your time on administrative tasks and only 20% generating revenue to grow your business? Do you want professional, quality help without the hassle of paying for benefits, vacation time, holiday pay and insurance? Do you want to have a life? (After all, isn’t that why you went out on your own?) If this describes your situation – then Virtual Assistance may be the perfect solution for your growing business.
Are you frustrated with the rate of growth you are experiencing because you can’t seem to get things done that you know will generate revenue? Are you tired of saying to yourself, “I shouldn’t be doing this”? Are you regretting that you started your own business? Chances are you answered yes to more than one of these questions and you realize that without some help you will continue to lose business.
Working with a Virtual Assistant is an excellent way to take that first step, to get the help you need so that you can stop focusing on the administrivia and focus on revenue generating activities. It’s that simple.
Ann Michael Henry, Professional Organizer and Founder of Mise En Place, an organizing and productivity consulting firm, will walk you through what it means to work with a Virtual Assistant. During the presentation, Ann Michael will share with you what she’s learned over the past several years of working with a Virtual Assistant to grow her business. During the presentation you will discover:
- 8 signs that you need a Virtual Assistant
- The primary advantages of working with a Virtual Assistant
- 15 ways Virtual Assistant can help you grow your business
- How to find a Virtual Assistant
Your business won’t thrive if you are trying to do it all yourself. If you are feeling overwhelmed and you are frustrated with your inability to seize all of the opportunities that you know are available to you (if you just had the time) then it’s time to hire a Virtual Assistant.
Thank you for your presentation. I am excited and have set my goal to get a VA soon.
~ Teresa D.