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You may be already aware of the benefits of hiring a Virtual Assistant Professional or freelancer as their administrative business partner. However, it's important to establish realistic expectations and understand what a Virtual Assistant or freelancer can and cannot do for your business.
In this week's blog post I share with you five things you should NOT expect from working with a Virtual Assistant or freelancer:
As a business owner, you are no stranger to the never-ending to-do list that comes with running a company. From managing finances and operations to marketing and customer service, the list of responsibilities can seem endless. But what if I told you that you could transform your business by hiring a premium Virtual Assistant? That's right; a premium Virtual Assistant, acting as your strategic business partner can help you streamline your workload and free up time to focus on growing your business.
While holding an Executive (and Virtual) Assistant role for many years I had an opportunity to work closely with multiple C-suite level executives all over the world. I realized that there are 5 main characteristics that are essential for these entrepreneurs’ success regardless of where they are located or in which industry they are working.
I’ve just read somewhere that becoming a CEO is like getting into your dream relationship. You either become the happiest person when it does work or the most bitter when it doesn’t.
Being a CEO is an exciting, but sometimes stressful and uncertain role. CEOs have to manage multiple tasks and perform them all with finesse.
How can you become a successful CEO when it comes to creating a success mindset?
Hi there, I'm Renata, welcome to my blog! I started my full-time Virtual Assistant career in 2021. My mission is to "Elevate the Executive!", to help my clients achieve balance and improve their productivity through my reliable and efficient assistance on both personal and professional levels! I am happy to share with you here my story on how I started, some tips & tricks and more...