Remember how it felt when the holiday season finally arrived and you were juggling to get everything done by yourself?
This took away a lot of your time off to spend with your family, didn’t it? Wouldn’t it be nice to FINALLY get the holiday season you always dreamed of?
Waking up during your Thanksgiving or Christmas break, and getting to enjoy breakfast with your significant other and kids, going over to your sibling or parent’s house and NOT having to take your laptop with you. Ahhh, what a dream.
Well, I’m here to tell you to stop dreaming it, and start living it!
Get ahead of the game now so you’re set up for success at the end of the year. If you start onboarding your virtual assistant now, it gives you plenty of time to build your relationship together and train your VA on any systems or processes that you have in place. This way, they are familiar with your business, and can step in when you’re away by the time the holiday season is here.
Our onboarding process is simple and easy. After your consultation, we’ll place you with the right virtual assistant that will fit your business needs. We then send you a 90-day, step-by-step onboarding process to ensure your virtual assistant is well equipped to support your business.
Once your virtual assistant is onboarded and familiar with your business, you’ll be thinking, “Why didn’t I do this sooner?!”
Ready to talk about bringing a virtual assistant onto the team to help? Click the link below to book your free discovery call.
“Barrier Consulting has changed my business and my life. Evonne and her team keep my business goal-focused; moving projects faster toward success (and helping us look good doing it)! Everything they have helped with not only frees up my time and reduces stress but increases revenue too! My business would grow at snail speed without Barrier Consulting.”
– Pam Harjo, Youth Scoreboards
Are you ready to bring someone alongside you to help your business grow? Book your FREE consultation to learn how one of our Virtual Assistants can help take that overwhelm off your shoulders.