The Cost of ‘Doing It All’

working-with-laptop-3-1545962-640x480Self-employment is the ‘American Dream’ these days. Being your own boss, setting your own hours, working from home..

So many moms are working from home these days, growing their own small business.

While the business is growing, they are still trying to find time for the kids, husbands, and household chores. In the meantime, they fight the battle of  late nights on the computer, organizing products, updating client and inventory lists, just to name a few things. All the while thinking, “If only I had someone to answer these emails, or update my blog, organize my files, follow up with my growing client list, etc.” But money is tight and we don’t all have the resources to hire a staff person.

What we may or may not be seeing in this situation is that having a person to do these time consuming tasks will help business growth in untold ways. And there is an affordable solution! A virtual administrative assistant can handle those tasks on an as needed basis. Paying for the services of a virtual administrative partner save s the overhead costs, allowing you more time to do the things you love.

Here is a list of some of the savings gained:

  • No employments taxes
  • No insurance costs
  • No paid training
  • No benefits package
  • No equipment or office space costs

Very few people can ‘do it all’ without the devastating effects of the monetary loss of business when tasks get ‘put on the back burner’ to handle everyday life, or the putting off of the tasks we dread. Not to mention the physical and mental strain trying to ‘do it all’ puts on us.

Considering the costs of trying to handle everything alone, weighed in with the benefits of all those overhead savings, can your business afford to NOT have a virtual partner? Contact us today to partner up and start seeing results!

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