Time and again, tenured writers, business analysts, professors, leaders have talked about concepts and theories of maximizing benefits of work-life balance. They might have different approaches, possibilities and paths but one thing that they have in common is the goal and that is “how to get the most out of your employees and how to help your employees get the most out of their jobs.”
Grant, 31, is the youngest-tenured and highest rated professor at Wharton. In his latest article on New York Times, he has highlighted concepts about the work-life dynamics and four-hour workweek secrets. He highlights delegation as one of the key concepts, which we believe is the very foundation of virtual assistant industry. As business owners we shouldn’t be doing half the stuff that we are doing on daily basis. We need to learn to grow and delegate effectively to make the most of our time and energy.
Timothy Ferriss, author of “The 4-Hour Workweek”, New York Times best seller, wrote in lengths about outsourcing your life, hiring virtual assistants and leading the real 4-hour workweek life.
There is nothing virtual about your relationship with your virtual assistant. “Virtual assistants who love to help” was the headline in recent press coverage of Tasks Everyday, that’s exactly what Katie wrote about us in Sunday times UK and the weekend Australian magazine. Virtual assistants at Tasks Everyday feel good about their work. Based out of Mumbai, they get to work for international clients, exposure and the variety of tasks they do on day-to-day basis is overwhelming. This job is very exciting, just like virtual tourism; they feel they are a part of your business located in New Jersey or LA or Texas. They absolutely love their job, as they bask in the financial incentives of working as a full time VA, a little appreciation from their client goes a long way. Motivation and the sense of being able to help is a very strong factor according to some researchers.
Read more about nurturing relationship with your virtual assistant in our upcoming posts…