I'm a Perth based Virtual Office Manager, available to help Small Business Owners, Professionals, Sole Traders and Tradies with their administration.
Business owners start a business to sell a product or service - usually something that they know well and really like. It stands to reason that the primary focus of that business owner should be promoting the business, planning for future development, and actually providing the goods and services. Right?
Unfortunately, there is this thing called Administration that gets in the way. It's a necessary evil and not something small or insignificant to deal with. You start by ignoring it, but it builds up to the point where you have to do something. Then you try fitting it in after you've finished with your real business for the day, or week, or month. The trouble is, the more successful you are the more admin there is, so it doesn't take long for it to snowball out of control and pretty soon you're overwhelmed.
Are you tired of trying to do it all on your own and want some help?
My objective is to free up your time. Time you can spend earning your income, building your business, or just being with your family and friends, doing the things that make you happy.
I offer a personalised service that can be tailored to suit your needs exactly, and because I'm virtual, location is not an obstacle. With over 20 years' experience as an administrative generalist, I can learn your business processes and work with your existing systems to be your one-stop-shop for all things administration. Don't already have processes and systems in place? Not a problem - I'll set them up for you, then document them so you know exactly what needs to get done and how to do it.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DELEGATE?
While I specialise in helping you to get your 'To Do' list done, there will obviously be some things on your list that you can only do yourself. There will be things you really like doing and also some you really hate - so what do you delegate?
It helps to spend some time listing the administration you currently do, and what you should be doing but haven't got to. Do you spend a lot of time juggling your calendar? Managing your email? Following up with team members? Does your invoicing get done on time? Do you document all your expenses?
Now consider your own strengths (and weaknesses), how urgent or important each task is, what you like to do yourself and what you wish you never had to do again. In an ideal world, you would spend your time only doing the things that have the most impact on your business - things you are really good at and enjoy doing. Everything else would be delegated to someone else to take care of for you.