Getting the Right Help
Regardless of whether you own a small or home-based business, or work on your own—maybe as a branch office away from the corporate headquarters, there’s a lot to be done to keep things moving smoothly.
As you grow your business, it’s inevitable: one day you’ll wake up to the realization that you’re spending too much time running the business to run the business. In other words, you’ll find you’re so caught up in the day-to-day stuff, that you can’t find the time or energy to focus on the things that really need your attention, or you spend so much time doing what you got into business to do that all the administrative and operational work isn’t getting done, and feel like things are crumbling around you.
By the time you’ve gotten to the moment of realization, you needed help ages ago.
If you stop and consider that for a second, you’ll probably recognize that it’s true for you. You’re probably so bogged down right now that you can’t think straight. Maybe even reading this feels too huge to bear (keep with it, please–we want to help!!). You know there has to be a way to manage everything, but you know you can’t be the one to do it, anymore. And you’re tired. So tired.
Now, imagine that there’s a place to turn to that’s trained women to be smart, savvy virtual assistants—specialists in providing administrative and operational support—where all the graduates own their own profitable businesses (important because it allows them to contribute to your success at a different level), have high standards for their businesses and the work they do, have agreed to be bound by high ethical standards (and a grievance process should they fail to do so), are committed to only working with clients they believe they can make a difference for, and who actively look for connected, long-term relationships, because they know that’s where they can create the most value, and be the happiest.
AssistU is that place. And all those things are true of our VAs.
Getting the right help is all that matters. Full stop.
And when you start thinking about getting the right help for you—getting great help from a virtual assistant who will be connected and engaged and fit like a glove with you, your business, and your mission—we’re your people.
Can you imagine how freed up you’d feel to be so taken care of by someone who fits and gets you?
What would having such a person in your life be worth to you? Really think about that for a second. If you’re like most people, the value is hard to calculate, but chances are the answer would be “Priceless.”
We sure think it is—and trust us; we’re pretty much the poster children for working with VAs. No one on the planet has been running a company virtually with the help of talented VAs longer than our founder, Anastacia Brice.
So we’re here to tell you, it’s all true. It’s all possible. And it’s happening for people like you all around the world, every single day. We know that because we’re helping them make it happen.
There are a lot of crappy VAs vying for your business. None of them are here. We know that because we’ve trained every single one that you can connect with here, and we have ongoing relationships with them. We love watching them build successful businesses supporting terrific clients.
What we love to do is help connect you to them so that you can experience the care and freedom we just spoke about. We want to make it easy for you to find one to work with, and you’ll be able to do that here, with a referral through The Registry, either doing it yourself or via our Registry Gold process. You can also consult with us before you search, in case you need to gain some clarity, first.
Here at AssistU, we’re changing lives through changing work. And we can support you through that change as well, and set you on a path to finding the perfect sidekick.
Give it a shot. We believe that the one-in-a-million VA you hope for is out there, and our fingers are crossed she’s here at AssistU. You have nothing to lose except the work you’ve been desperately trying to do all alone.
“I believe in better.”
– Anastacia Brice