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Do We Fit?

I’m someone who comes straight to the point.

I am an ideal right hand or second-in-command for any number of small business owners.

You can see the full range of my services here, and my approach as a virtual assistant here, but let’s talk about what we need between the two of us to create an amazing partnership.

big business plans

You know who I am. Here’s who I imagine you are:

You’re a business owner.

You own a small business, an online business, or a start-up. You have big plans for what you’re going to do, and you know you can’t execute all of it on your own. You have clear ideas for what you’d like to achieve, and you continually add to the list every day. You need someone to help you organize those ideas and execute them.

You’re a words person.

You’re someone who likes talking about your own business. You have no problem writing your own web copy or whipping up a great email for your list – where you get stuck is how to get it off your desk and onto the web or to your readership in the right formatting. You need someone who can take your brilliant words, put them in the right format, and send them where they need to go.

You’re a clear communicator.

You know exactly what you want. What you want may change from week to week, but whenever it changes, you can express why it’s changed and what you would like instead. When you see a finished product, you can articulate what is and is not working about it. You need someone who listens intently, takes feedback well, and delivers just what you had in mind.

You have a budget for a virtual assistant.

You’re a small business owner; you likely don’t have the budget for a full-time employee. That’s all right by me – one of the reasons I like working as a virtual assistant is that I can provide stellar service without charging you through the roof. If you can clearly tell me what you can afford and how you’d like that budget used, we’ll create great things without emptying your pockets.

You have the ability to trust.

Your business is important to you, and I understand that completely. You trust that I will care about it as much as you do from the moment we agree to be partners and know that I will always give you my best. If you can do that, you’ll always have the time you need to achieve your goals – because you’ll know I’m keeping the wheels turning, and nothing is going to fall through the cracks.