It's Ok to Ask For Help - Hiring a Virtual Assistant with Abbey Ashley
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together” ~ African Proverb
We get so caught up in I can do it all myself, and there is almost shame in asking for help, or admitting you can not do it all.
There are a couple of options, either settling into the realization that you are swamped and stay there, or start reaching out and asking for help.
Abbey Ashley helps aspiring Virtual Assistants start their business from scratch with www.thevirtualsavvy.com. She’s been featured on NBC News, Smart Passive Income & Teachable, now she teaches & trains hundreds of VAs to start their own VA business to help entrepreneurs like us. I knew she would be the perfect expert to share with you on hiring virtual help.
In this episode, we cover how to identify only things we can do as "the boss”, and understanding things we can start to outsource, what to look for in a good VA - and certain red flags to watch out for.
If you are someone how has ever struggled with doing it all yourself, then this episode is for you.
Discover more about Abbey Ashley
Facebook: VA Savvies Facebook Group, The Virtual Savvy Facebook Biz Page
Bio: Abbey Ashley is the Founder of The Virtual Savvy. She helps aspiring virtual assistants launch and grow their own at-home business from scratch. Abbey started her own virtual assistant business as a new mom and was able to double the salary from her full-time corporate job, working only 20 hours a week... in just 30 days! She's since gone on to grow a seven-figure business and retire her husband ALL from her at-home business. It's now her passion to help others start their own VA business so they can taste the freedom and flexibility of entrepreneurship as well.
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