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A Virtual Assistant (VA) is someone who will really benefit your business and is an essential investment for your business. But if you’re worrying about your finances, it’s easy to lose sight of the reasons why having a Virtual Assistant is so crucial to your business success. And it’s not just a startup business owner who may be worrying about finances – established ones can too.

COVID has made tightening the financial belt a priority for many businesses. However, if you’re concerned about finances, it’s much better to have a call with your Virtual Assistant and see what they can do to help or come up with a plan. 

Because you don’t want to ditch your Virtual Assistant, only to negatively impact your business – especially as a having a VA can bring you all of these great benefits!

#1: A VA can do those tasks you don’t know how to do

Learning yet another skill isn’t the only option when you don’t know how to do something. It’s often better to just pass it over to someone who does.

#2: Having a Virtual Assistant means they can complete the back-office tasks you need doing, that don’t earn you money

There are so many back-office tasks associated with running a business – tasks that take up a lot of your time and energy. It’s more productive for you to focus on what you do best, and let someone else do the admin.

#3: VAs do things you don’t like or want to do

I’m guessing you have a lot of tasks that fall under this category! Still working out what they might be? Well here’s a list of 50 tasks a Virtual Assistant can do for you.

#4: Having a Virtual Assistant will help you gain more freedom

It’s the reason why so many turn to self-employment – so why not look to gain more freedom for yourself!

#5: Free up your time so you can work on the income-generating activities

There are some tasks only you can do, and they’re the tasks that you’re great at – and the ones that often bring in the money.

#6: To build on your status and business appearance

It can be a good status thing to say you outsource. Not only does it look professional, but it also helps you provide a higher level of service too.

#7: Help reduce overwhelm

Having a Virtual Assistant in your life helps you avoid getting overwhelmed by all the things that need doing in your business. But if you’re already struggling with overwhelm, here are 10 questions you can ask yourself to help ease it.

#8: Having a Virtual Assistant gives you someone to talk to and bounce ideas off

A Virtual Assistant can be the perfect person to discuss potential ideas and solutions with, as they can help narrow them down and implement them afterwards.

#9: VAs help your business scale

You can’t grow your business further if your time is already being fully utilised. So if you’re looking to expand and scale, having a Virtual Assistant can be worth their weight in gold!

#10: Help you become a better business owner

Having a Virtual Assistant in your corner enables you to establish what you’re good at and focus on that. Of course, you can also free up your time to work on your own personal development – another great benefit to you and your business. 

Are you ready to explore how working with a Virtual Assistant will help you and your business further? Click here to book in a free 30-minute discovery call and let’s discuss how we can provide some tailored solutions for you.