If I could only figure out how to get on top of managing my inbox, I could take back my day.
Have you ever had this thought? If so, the good news is that you don’t have to be the one managing your Inbox.
A Virtual Assistant can do that — and more. And it starts with delegating and letting go.
We understand that is hard for most leaders and many of us are admittedly control freaks.
But you have to think of it this way. What is your value as a leader? What is your hourly rate?
How much time do you spend in back and forth email threads scheduling meetings? And could someone else do that for you at a smaller rate than what you would pay yourself? .
Here is a quick list of things you could delegate to a Virtual Assistant:
- Place online grocery orders
- Book travel arrangements
- Create reports
- Research for presentations
- Book appointments
- Handle your calendar
- Manage your email accounts
- Post on social media
- Proof and edit documents
Doesn’t that sound great? But having someone to take these tasks off your plate goes beyond saving time and giving you the chance to not worry about the mundane things someone else could be doing.
If you need further convincing, here are some eye-opening reasons you may need a Virtual Assistant.
Are you missing emails? Missing deadlines?
Have you double-booked yourself on your calendar?
Is your business life starting to bleed into and take over your personal life?
Are you communicating the way you want to?
Are you responding the way you expect your employees to respond to your clients?
Are you responding at the rate you wish you should be?
Are you missing your child’s play or game because you’re always running late?
By delegating, you are able to circle back to your why and spend your newfound time focusing on what or who you get out of bed in the morning for.
When you get off track or have a bad day and you’re able to connect to your why, then you’re able to move forward. You can connect to your why and go back to your vision — giving you the energy you need to face another day after a hard day.
In this episode of The Power of Your WHY, Debra Kasowski and our Chief Revenue Officer Lisa Seal have a conversation about identifying your why and learning how to create space around it.
When it comes to experiencing growth in your business, you have to think differently about how you run it. You can't keep doing everything on your own; you have to delegate. This ebook, Delegate to Elevate, tells you how.