The biggest secret of highly productive people is to delegate the work and avoiding doing everything themselves. Lack of time and knowledge prevents us from finding resources to highly experienced and affordable Virtual Assistants. Like most business owners ,you have a commitment to succeeding at work and life, but the truth is that we struggle in finding TIME to do everything that needs to be done.
As the demand for Virtual Assistants grows, so do small business owners' chances to find the right freelancer. The best way to find a Virtual Assistant is online, you may also know friends who outsource VAs. Below are the most popular resources, keep in mind that the resources are many.
- Freelancer – One of the biggest VA portals
- Twitter – You have 140 characters to type your VA requests, it’s also easy to search for your VA.
- VAnetworking – A social network for professional VA’s. One is able to submit an RFP to find the right candidate.
- Elance – Feel free to browse through individual VA’s work and see prior work performance.
- Upwork – Review profiles and client reviews.
- Fiverr – One of my favorites.
- Guru employer – similar to Elance, you can browse VA work, once a VA is selected one can deposit funds which are then paid when work begins.
Stay tuned for mastering success with a Virtual Assistant in next week's blog.