How to use one virtual assistant to generate $1 million and get back at least 4 hours per day.

How to use one virtual assistant to generate $1M and get back at least 4 hours per day.

In the Virtual Assistant Advantage, you’ll learn:

How to hire a great VA

Which tasks to outsource (and how)

Why handing off social media is a key business move

Virtual assistants are an invaluable resource for small business owners. They can take on tasks that would otherwise take up your time, freeing you up to focus on what matters most.

But if you don’t manage them correctly, they can actually end up costing you money instead of saving it.

It’s a tough task to find, hire and manage a virtual assistant (VA). And if you’re not careful, it can be easy to waste time and energy in the process. We’ve all heard horror stories from fellow business owners about virtual assistants that were unreliable or delivered low-quality work – is there a better way to build a successful VA collaboration from the very start? 

With a clear plan in place, you can avoid most of the pitfalls and get more out of your VA relationship. Virtual Assistant Advantage lays out a clear strategy for helping you find — and retain — the best virtual assistant for your business.

In Virtual Assistant Advantage, we cover:

How to hire a VA that's right for your business

How to delegate tasks, and which ones are best suited for a VA

How to train your VA to represent you on social media

Here are three tips for getting the most out of your virtual assistant:

  • Know exactly what you need done. Don’t let your VA do things that aren’t relevant to your business or exceed their skill set.


  • Set expectations clearly and make sure they’re met consistently. Make sure your VA knows exactly what’s expected of them and ask them to confirm they understand what they need to do before they start working on a task. This will help avoid confusion down the road — and prevent you from having to rewrite a project because of mistakes that could have been avoided with better communication in the first place!


  • Be flexible with deadlines, but don’t be afraid to set them either. A virtual assistant is not a miracle worker — roadblocks and challenges will come up. Frequent communication will help you and your VA spot any potential problems early – so you can collaborate on the most effective solution

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