When you’re running your own business it can be hard to hand over the reigns to someone new.
After all this time doing everything from the accounts and marketing to business development and sales, delegating tasks to anyone, let alone a virtual assistant (VA), is a scary prospect.
Who are they? Will they do a good job? Will they do things the way you want them done? How will the relationship work? How much do they cost anyway and most importantly, are they worth it?
But consider this. What will it cost you if you don’t delegate?
A VA takes off your hands all those little jobs that, once you’ve stopped doing them, you’ll wonder how you ever had the time to do them in the first place.
For a little investment, you will free yourself up to work on your business, instead of in it. The cost of a VA can range from £5 to £50 and anything in between, but be careful – you get what you pay for.
A good VA worth their cost will work with you, understand who you are, what you business wants to achieve and then carry out their tasks based on your objectives and goals. They will keep you informed on progress, suggest new ideas but get on with the job so you can get on with yours.
So what could you hand over even for a short time, that will enable your business to grow?
If you want some advice on how a VA could support your business either in the short or long-term, give us a call 0844 500 7818 or drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to have a chat free of charge to answer any questions you have.