So, what does your business run on? What are the tools, apps and systems that power your business? On a scale of 1 to 5, what level of “smooth” would you use to describe your business? As a virtual assistant, I often have to work on multiple projects and with multiple teams simultaneously. Which
In a world where emails have taken over our working day, it is very easy to become distracted with our incoming mail. This leads us to respond to things that are not necessarily urgent or important. A Virtual Assistant can help you keep on top of your emails daily.
During this unpresented time many businesses had to take their business online overnight due to being on lockdown. Businesses have made changes to the way they work, and staff have had to adapt to changes. Here are 5 reasons why you might want to consider keeping your team virtual after lockdown:
If you are a business owner, entrepreneur or even just starting up with your business I am sure you would agree you want your business to grow. Here is a list of task a Virtual Assistant can help you with, to support you and your business growth.
Prioritising your workload An important aspect of time management is dependent on how we prioritise our time. To enable us to make the most of the time we have available, we need to find ways to help us to work more productively and efficiently. Here are my top tips to effectively prioritise your workload. Planning