You can’t make it on your own, and that’s not a putdown. It’s reality. And the bigger your goals, the more help you’re going to need in reaching them. In the corporate world, I relied heavily on my executive assistants. When I struck out on my own, I thought I could manage without one. Crazy. […]
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If you’re trying to build a business, a platform, or just a better mousetrap, it’s a lot easier to hit your goals if you have a team behind you. When I left Thomas Nelson to start speaking and writing full time, I was mostly on my own. I had a speaking agent to help coordinate […]
I’ve worked with several executive assistants over the years, and I have found it is a make-or-break relationship when it comes to my success. Think about it: None of us can do it all on our own. We need to bring others into our work to help us succeed in it. And the bigger the […]
[guestpost]This is a guest post by Chris Ducker, who is a serial entrepreneur, speaker, blogger, and podcaster. I also highly recommend you pick up a copy of his new book, Virtual Freedom: How to Work with Virtual Staff to Buy More Time, Become More Productive, and Build Your Dream Business. You can follow him on […]
In this post I interview my virtual assistant, Tricia, in order for you to see how our relationship works. It might be helpful if you are considering a VA.
When I talk to other leaders about hiring a virtual assistant, they are often skeptical. Here are my answers to the most common objections.
Many leaders are overwhelmed with their workload. However, they think their only option is hiring a full-time physical assistant. It’s not. Here’s why you should consider hiring a virtual assistant instead.
I have been using a virtual assistant now for nine months. It has been a great solution for me. Here’s how it has worked.
Feeling overwhelmed by administrative detail? No time left to give to your most important tasks? Maybe it’s time to consider a part-time, virtual assistant.
Are you feeling overwhelmed with work? I was, too. Last week, I finally decided to take these seven steps to take back control.