You may not realize it yet, but your wedding business needs a virtual assistant. As the CEO of your business, you cannot spend all of your time on $10/hour tasks and expect to grow. There just isn’t enough time or mental bandwidth. When you start getting just 5 hours worth of work off of your plate each week, you free yourself up to generate more revenue in your business.
As we get further into the season, wedding professionals are going to get busier and busier and the same is true for virtual assistants that work with the wedding industry. If you want to free up some of your time and get some help, now is the time to do it before the avalanche of inquiries buries you. In this episode, I’ll share what virtual assistants are, what they can help you with, and super easy ways you can get started outsourcing.
In this episode we’ll cover:
- Why you need a virtual assistant
- Tasks you can outsource to a virtual assistant
- Why you need to start thinking about this NOW
- How tasks aren’t created equal
- How to think about the ROI of a virtual assistant
- Super easy ways to get started handing off tasks to a virtual assistant
- Where to find a virtual assistant
- How to balance getting help right now vs hiring in the long term
- How to dig yourself out from overwhelm
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Links & Resources:
Join us inside The Wedding Business Collective
100 Things To Outsource In Your Wedding Business: The Complete Guide
Ava And The Bee (reach out for virtual assistant matchmaking)
The important Instagram post that prompted this podcast episode
The Abundance Group Building Your Team Intensive
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