Everyone knows that if someone owns a business that the hours are long. There is great satisfaction, of course, to be a businessowner, but there is a bit of a trade and having a work-life balance is difficult -- unless you hire a personal assistant.
Every once in a while, we get emails from business owners who want to hire a part-time personal assistant, which tells us one thing: They are trying to save money because they haven't allocated the budget to hire a full-time assistant.
Actually, you can't afford NOT to hire a full-time assistant
There are countless articles online that support the idea of full-time assistants actually paying for themselves in the long run. If you do the math, the saved time business owners have allows them to focus on their own business, which will enable the endeavor to thrive. Why would an entrepreneur want to run around town doing errands or walking pets when you can have a personal assistant do it?
Nowadays, personal assistants are so much more than errand runners, though. If you hire the right person, they will by multifaceted, which means they will be a hybrid PA and executive assistant. Having your "right hand" managing your calendars and setting appointments for you is much more productive than doing it yourself.
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