At the end of the year, the managers usually end up buried under the avalanche of unfinished tasks barely keeping up with the pace. By leaving them undealt you risk having a snowball effect. One of the most fascinating aspects of working with a Virtual Assistant is an opportunity to delegate and take some tasks off your plate. You can just free up your schedule and focus on a bigger goal.
Gone are the days when you’re supposed to extinguish the fire by yourself. Before delegating or rather choosing which tasks should be delegated you should assess your strengths and weaknesses. If you do not possess enough skills to perform certain tasks, they are the top priority for being delegated. We are not talking about tasks you are qualified for or you do for a living.
You need to think of the routine tasks that take the most of your time preventing you from doing your job. No matter if you’re a CEO of the company, a coach, or a doctor with private practice, you’ll definitely find the tasks a VA can do for you instead of handling hundreds of calls or emails by yourself.
In reality, you can delegate up to a hundred minor tasks. Here is an extensive list of tasks to be delegated divided by field, company size, complexity, etc.
Mostly, those areas overlap and you can opt for any option you need a hand with. Business founders tend to do a lot of research and this task might be a top priority for delegating. Though, if you are opening a new business branch handing off these tasks would be an option.
The price of outsourcing a Virtual Assistant can also be beneficial freeing you up for achieving your goal. So, do you know what to do? Let’s schedule a meeting to discuss the details of relieving you from your burden. Reach out to VAfromEurope and will happily give you a hand.