I know how overwhelming it can be to run a small business; there's a To Do list running at the back of your mind all day, every day. You have goals for the future and dreams of where you'll go in this business, but you also have paperwork to file, e-mails to send, and products to create. Sometimes there just aren't enough hours in the day to keep up with where you are now AND propel yourself forward into the next step.
If you're feeling like there's always too much to do and too little time, it might be time for you to get some help.
My Promises to You:
- If you contact me about my Virtual Assistant services, I will take the time to get to know you AND your business before either of us commits to anything. I want to make sure that I'm the right fit for you, and that my skills will actually be useful to you, before you decide to become a client.
- I will keep your business confidential at all times. I work with a variety of clients at any given time, but I will never share information between those clients. Your business is personal, and it's proprietary. I will not share information about your business or details of your business with anyone else, ever.
- I will work with you to create an agreement we can both be comfortable with. I have a variety of services to offer, and several different price points for those services. I'm sure we can find just the right combination that will help your business without making you feel financially uncomfortable.
- I understand that hiring someone to work for your business is a risk; it can be scary to give away some of the responsibility - and the control - of your business to someone else. It can feel overwhelming to think of paying someone else when you may not have even been paying yourself all that long. I know that hiring me will be a leap of faith for you - and I will help to make that process as painless as possible for you and your business, and to make sure that I'm worthy of that leap and the faith you have put in me.
Even if you just have questions about how all of this works, or you want to know if hiring someone else might (or might NOT) be the right thing for your small business, send me an e-mail. We'll figure it out together.