4 Benefits of Virtual Assistants

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4 Benefits of Virtual Assistants

A virtual assistant can help free up time in your day to day so that you can focus on growing your business. Here is a list of 4 benefits to working with a virtual assistant.

1. You free up your time for activities that generate income or grow your business

If you are used to doing all the things and wearing all the hats, once you have a virtual assistant working for you, you no longer need to do this. You will have more time to see clients, which generates income, to market your practice to get more clients and maybe you’ll even have time to hire some more clinicians and form a group practice. It will really free up the time for you to do the things that only you can do.

2. Quicker response time to your clients

With a virtual assistant on your side, you will have better customer service. He/she will be able to answer the phone right away instead of it taking a day or 2 for you to get back to them and in this way you are also getting people booked with you sooner.

3. Peace of mind – your assistant has it covered

Before I had a virtual assistant there were always a million things floating around in my head and on my to-do list. Now that I have an assistant I don’t have to worry about any of those little things as she handles it and it has made my life less stressful.

4. A VA is often more cost-effective than hiring your own full-time employee

You might not have enough work to hire a full-time person and when your business is that size it makes more sense to have a virtual assistant because that person is typically sharing their time amongst other clients. So you’re just buying the package or time that you need and you’re not paying a full-time employee.

If you want to find out more about how a virtual assistant can help you in your business, reach out to Alison at https://MoveForwardVirtualAssistants.as.me/POPDC

Alison Pidgeon

Alison Pidgeon, LPC is the owner of Move Forward Counseling, a group practice in Lancaster, PA and she runs a virtual assistant company, Move Forward Virtual Assistants.

She is also a business consultant for Practice of the Practice. What started out as a solo private practice in early 2015 quickly grew into a group practice and has been expanding ever since.