In this episode, I’m joined by Rosie Shilo owner of Virtually Yours and return guest.
People often say to me that they want a Stevie. Stevie is my general manager. We have a fantastic working relationship and many business owners look at the way we work together and they want a slice of that action.
Stevie started out as a VA doing basic content creation and distribution for me. Now, she’s my General Manager and has much more input in the business.
So, how do you find a VA that you can have that kind of relationship with? Whether you’re only outsourcing a few tasks or looking to find a key team member, on this episode, Rosie Shilo and I discuss a wide variety of topics including how to successfully outsource to a fabulous VA.
As the owner of Virtually Yours, Rosie has inspired and mentored hundreds of VAs to run their own successful businesses. As a true advocate for the industry, Rosie not only guides VAs to deliver exceptional client services, but also works with business owners to show how they can benefit from using a VA. Affectionately known as ͚The Awesome Mother Duck͛, Rosie has fast become the go-to chick in the virtual assistant industry.
In this episode, we discuss:
- How having a Signature System made it so easy for Rosie to write her second book
- How Rosie only works 2 days a week during school hours (and still makes money)
- Creating a profitable membership program
- Rosie’s keys to success for outsourcing
- The crucial role of communication in any business relationship
- Finding the right personality fit for your business
- Why you should find a VA with complementary skills to yours
- And more
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