• Debra Jackson

How You're Hurting Your Business & How to Stop


Running a business is NOT for the faint of heart. It's an on-going, never-ending onslaught of things to do, people to meet and ways to market that changes nearly ever couple of months. It's a lot. There are no paid days off, or sick leave. It's you and your business. Tethered to one another. Until death, or dissolving do you part. Right?


It doesn't have to be.


Over the last two years, the world has seen an endless number of services move into the virtual realm, and luckily, few have soared higher than that of the virtual assistant. Between emails, social media, marketing and websites, there's very little, if anything at this point, that can't be done virtually. Which makes owning a business in this golden-hands-off virtual age that much easier.


If you found yourself nodding to my first sentence then I'm willing to bet, you could use a little help. Now what that help entails and what that help looks like is going to be different for every business because every business is as unique as the owner. But needless to say, a helping hand would be nice.


You're tired of the endless to-do list that grows exponentially every week. A treadmill of never-ending things you have to get done, while still maintaining your business. I get it. Especially when the tasks that are bogging you down, are tasks that can be completely quickly and efficiently by a skilled virtual admin assistant.


Imagine what you could accomplish with even just 3-5 hours a week of EXTRA time. Think about it! Launch a new product? Attend more networking functions? Scale up your sales? It's a chain reaction that only has beneficial outcomes. Period.


And it's the NUMBER ONE reason highly successful CEOs and CSuite execs utilize assistants day to day. Do you think Jeff Bezos is booking his meetings? Or making calls about a new tradeshow? Absolutely not. And neither should you.


You're bogging yourself AND your business down in these day-to-day tasks that you could have easily delegated to someone else and frankly, you're wagering your business success on it.


As your business grows, the struggle, if not managed, will grow. Do yourself a favor and lets chat. Worst case, we don't fit with each other. Best case, your business is on the fast track to optimum success.

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