The best way to figure out if you need help from a Virtual Assistant is to work out what your business strengths and weaknesses are.
Whenever you find yourself doing something that drains you or doesn’t come naturally, try writing it down on a list.
For example, you might be a people person, so you probably enjoy networking, building relationships and working with your clients, which means there’s a good chance that making appointments, writing a regular newsletter or updating your database will be extremely dull for you.
Most small business owners try to wear as many hats as possible to keep costs down, but it’s a false economy to spend your time on tasks you’re not suited to.
If you free up your time and concentrate on doing what you do best you will become more productive and more efficient.