Coming soon. The Ultimate Productivity ToolKit Freebie.

Not all VAs are created equal! Some are new to the assistant industry and are still learning what it takes to help a business owner. Some have great customer service skills while others struggle to keep in touch with you about the status of your projects. Some have excellent technical skills while others find using a computer or the internet challenging. It is important to be aware that it is up to you to interview the VA and determine if their skills match your needs.  Flexibility - Does the VA work full-time or part-time? Are they available during evenings and weekends (if that's when you...

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  1 - Evaluate your needs Spend some time figuring what your time sucking tasks are and how long they usually take. This will enable you to compile a list of tasks that you are happy to outsource.  Using a time tracker tool like Toggle is great for measuring the length of time a specific activity takes.  Most often than not, you will be surprised at the result!  2 - Provide access and information What software and tools do you use?  Is it important to check whether your new VA will be able to gain access to these if you need support? Compile a...

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