A common misconception is “I can’t afford a VA right now”. We say, “Can you afford NOT to have one?” Find out how having a VA can SAVE you time and money, and take away the jobs you hate…
If you partnered with a virtual assistant right now – and delegated just a few tasks over the next m
onth, how much time would that save you?
How many clients could you see or potential clients could you reach out to during that time?
The big question is: how much additional revenue could you generate during that time?
Let’s do a little maths here…
Let’s say you delegated some tasks such as internet research, drafting blogs, email management and social media preparation.
And let’s say those tasks normally take you 10 hours per week of non-billable time.
I’ve picked a somewhat arbitrary figure of $100 for your time – for some it will be more, for some it will be less, but the principle holds true.
For the VA I’ve picked a base rate of $40 – for some services (such as graphic design) it will be more.
Plus in those 10 hours (40 additional hours per month) that you freed up, let’s say you were able to add the following billable tasks:
- met with five clients twice (one hour per visit) and
- contracted with five new clients for 10 one hour sessions (all pre-paid).
Now you have generated an additional $6000 worth of revenue by freeing up just 10 hours in your week.
Add that $6000 to the $2,400 and you have almost $8,400 in monthly revenue.
And let’s just reiterate – you got that by NOT doing your non-billable tasks – which for many business owners are their pet hates anyway.
So you’re not doing the stuff you don’t like, and you’re saving time and money. What’s not to like about that?