Entrepreneurs generally do too much of what they are not good at in order to keep their business running, and thus jeopardize their opportunity to grow revenues. One example is when sales is NOT your strong suit, yet you try over and over to be “head salesperson” and with lack of skills you waste valuable time do not bring in new clients.
Making good use of every business minute is critical as well. As business owners and those in sales, we cannot get our time back. When I was at Savor the Success‘ Rock the World event in NYC, I met Candice Ackermann, an attorney who raves about using virtual assistants (VAs) to help her run her busy practice. It’s brief, but hear it in her own words on video.
What can YOU outsource? Be careful to find someone who is skilled in the specific projects and repetitive tasks you need done.
You can find a great virtual assistant through a referral or try one of these resources: