The 10 Things Productive People Don’t Do

Hello Chasers,

In the business world where this is so much chaos created by lots of small tasks, productive people have developed a system to cope – they simply don’t do these things!

Instead, they have decided that their time is too valuable and they only work on the important stuff that actually generates money.

The review any task that they need to get done with the following filter:

Is my hourly rate worth my time to do this?

For example, if you charge $80 an hour is the task of sending out invoices that could be done by a person with a charge out rate of $8 an hour worth your time doing this?

Of course, the answer is a big emphatic NO!

There are hundreds of these small tasks to do in any business, and is the real reason why most business owners are exhausted at the end of the day leaving them with little time to develop their business further or spend to with their family.

Productive people hire Virtual Assistants to do them instead!

If you want to be productive every day, here are 10 tasks that you should NOT be doing, and delegate to a Virtual Assistant to do instead.

  • Make appointments
  • Respond to emails
  • Send out invoices
  • Prepare documents
  • Manage files
  • Manage your CRM
  • Develop and post marketing content on your social channels
  • Follow up leads
  • Send our proposals
  • Onboard new customers

With the right systems and training in place the delegation of these tasks to a Virtual Assistant has allowed many business owners, including us, to build their businesses, do the things they love doing and have more time to pursue their life goals.

If you want to know more about how a Virtual Assistant can transform your business contact Shannae on 55612643 today!

Have a great day!

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