If you have an Virtual Assistant that helps you with your business, it’s very important to create a process whereby you provide them with clear instructions and limits. You want your VA to know when it’s okay to contact you, what method you want them to use, and what deliverables you’re expecting. But, at the same time, you also want to empower them to help you improve your systems.
Hire More Than One VA
Don’t expect that one VA can realistically do every task and project you have from A to Z. In fact, your business will run more smoothly if you have different VAs to do different portions of any one project. Then have a project manager, which can be you or someone else, who puts it all together. [Continue reading]