In our last episode, we talked about the many ways that adding a virtual assistant to your team can enhance your success.
Did you hear that one? If not, you might want to go back and check out Episode 75 before you listen to this one. 🙂
In that episode, you met my assistant, Queenie Verhoeven, who runs a company providing VA services to small businesses around the world. Queenie has been a critical part of my team for several years now; I can’t even imagine running a business without her.
And I’d love for you to have that kind of help yourself.
So let’s say I’ve got you convinced, and you’re ready to hire your first VA.
How do you find them? How do you choose the one who’s right for you? How do you actually hire someone?
Ohhhh so many questions.
Let’s talk about all that. Shall we?
Give this a listen, and you’ll learn how to get started.
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TODAY’S GUEST: QUEENIE VERHOEVEN, Founder of Your Business Ally.
Queenie Verhoeven is a Proactive Virtual Assistant. She is a highly skilled and experienced VA specializing in administrative, marketing, and tech support.
With over 15 years of experience serving small business owners and entrepreneurs, she isn't just a virtual assistant to her clients but a trusted partner on their path to success.
What she offers goes beyond her areas of expertise. She provides freedom from overwhelm - the freedom from those mundane yet crucial tasks that can drain your time and energy. Whether it's managing your administrative duties, implementing effective marketing strategies, or providing tech support to streamline your operations, Queenie ensures that you can focus on what truly matters - growing your business.
You can find her online at www.YourBusinessAlly.com.
THIS WEEK’S JOURNAL PROMPT:
What is the most important quality you want any team member you hire to have? Is it a specific skill set, experience, an attitude or perhaps a personality trait?
Before you begin your search, taking some time to think about what matters most. You’ll make a better hire when you do.
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