1. You have to find a place to put people. A Virtual Assistant has their own office space – no office overhead for you.
2. You need to keep the people you have busy. Your VA can work different hours not necessarily full time.
3. Your personnel budget is suffocating your margin for growth. A Virtual Assistant is less expensive than a full time employee.
4. Do you have specific tasks that you know someone could help you with, and you know exactly how they could help? You can communicate your task to a Virtual Assistant.
5. Do you have specific tasks that you know you shouldn’t be doing yourself? Maybe they are not the best use for your time, or maybe you just don’t like doing them. A Virtual Assistant can help you use your time wisely.
6. Is there some area of activity you’d really want to include in your business, but don’t have the time to do it yourself? Let a Virtual Assistant do this for you.
7. Do you know how to do all of those tasks yourself? Let your Virtual Assistant take care of those task you don’t know how to do.
8. You need more time to focus on your core business functions. Give your Virtual Assistant the less important tasks so you can focus on the important aspects of your business.
9. It will reduce time and cost of managing employees.