When thinking of things that you can delegate to your virtual assistant, calendar management should come to mind if you’re always in meetings. Managing your schedule can take up a tremendous amount of your time, so it’s definitely something that you should outsource. There are many benefits to having your virtual assistant manage your calendar.
As you may have discovered by now, not all service providers are created equal. While this may not mean that they provide bad service, you just may not be the right fit for each other. The same holds true when it comes to finding the right virtual assistant for your business.
For some, the thought of working with a virtual assistant can be a bit frightening. You don’t know how you would work with someone that you can’t see. If you can’t see them, how will you be able to trust them? You may have even heard a few horror stories about virtual assistants. However, working with a virtual assistant isn’t as complicated as you may think. To relieve the fear and anxiety that you may have in working with a virtual assistant, let’s take a moment to address each of these questions.
One of the questions that I get asked about working with a virtual assistant is, “What can she do for me?” The answer is that she can do a lot for you; however, she can’t do everything, no one can. The role of an assistant can be broad, and consist of a lot of tasks, and one of those tasks is research. If you need something that goes beyond the scope of your assistant’s work, she can find someone else for you who has the specific skill set/talent that you need for your project or task.
If you travel frequently, you know that having an itinerary is essential. A great travel itinerary will ensure that you know where you need to be and when. There are several items that make a great itinerary.
To ensure that your trip goes well, be sure to include the following items on your itinerary: