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10 Tasks you can outsource to a Virtual Assitant

You’ve got a lot of tasks that you need to finish, but you just don’t have the time to do it all by yourself. When it comes to running your business, you are probably trying very hard to race ahead of your competitors, boost your sales, marketing your brand, stay on top of your taxes, making your internal processes more efficient – the list of ‘things to do’ is endless... If you are thinking that the weight is all on your shoulders, think again.

10 essential tools I couldn’t live without as a Virtual Assistant

When you’re growing your small business, you will inevitably need to find ways to do things quicker or more efficiently. Things become even more complicated when you work remotely or have to manage teams of remote workers. As a remote worker myself, here is my personal list of tools I couldn’t live without.

7 easy ways to stop procrastinating and get things done! 

Feeling like there is forever far too much to do, we say we are really under the gun this week. But working hard to solve a problem is little to our credit if we created the problem in the first place. When most people refer to themselves as being under the gun, they want to believe the pressures and problems are not their fault. In most cases, though, the gun appeared after failure to do something in good time. Instead of being proactive early, they procrastinated until the due date became a crisis deadline.

In need of more time? Why hiring a Virtual Assistant can benefit you, your business and your life.

There is a laundry list of reasons why an entrepreneur, a professional or a small business owner is less productive than he should be: routine tasks are taking over, personal errands can kill productivity, the business is growing but there’s little time to focus on the core strategy, being on top of financial matters, taxes, payroll is imperative but there are never enough hours in the day.

Achieving the elusive 'work-life' balance. How can we manage career and family and be satisfied with both?

I started working as freelancer about 2 years ago, while on extended maternity leave with my second daughter. I felt stuck in my position as Marketing Manager for a fast-growing London-based retail company. My job was not giving me enough challenges. I was bored and I felt I needed some fresh air and a new perspective.

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