Online courses are all the rage right now in the online entrepreneur world. People love that they can learn from experts around the globe with the click of a mouse and they can be a solid source of passive income.
If you’re an expert in your field, it’s probably not too difficult to come up with great content that would easily create a course and sell. But what if you aren’t a super technical person or don’t want to mess with putting everything together?
This is one of the most common questions I come across in Facebook groups. People want some help with their businesses, but they have no idea what a VA can actually do much less how a VA can help in their business.
You’ve worked hard on your business. It’s growing, you’ve got lots of clients, a good online presence, and you’re looking to expand things further. But there’s only so much time in a day and you need some help...
So you want to work with a virtual assistant, but you're not sure quite how much assistance you need. You can contract a VA for one project or launch, on an as-needed basis, or have assistance every week long-term.
But how do you know what would be best for you and your business needs?
Like any investment, deciding to work with a virtual assistant (or bringing in any help for your business) is a big decision.
You're trusting someone to come into your business to help, not hurt, your progress. Ideally, working with a VA will free up your valuable time that's spent on extraneous tasks so you can focus on tasks that only you can do.
That's kind of a tall order if you think about it.