I recently had the chance to connect with Bryan Miles of eaHELP to talk about remote va (virtual assistance) at the executive assistant level. Here’s the video interview – enjoy!
I’ve sat down to talk with Bryan in the past, but I recently became a client taking on an EA for my own business myself and have been very impressed with their on-boarding process where they assign an additional “implementation manager” who helps with the transition of setting up the relationship and progression of initial delegation over a couple of weeks.
While I’ve used a bunch of project-specific and task-specific VA’s in the past, this is the first time I’m taking on a VA to support me across my entire portfolio of projects and business workflow.
If you’ve had the benefit of a remote assistant, would you share one tip or some of your experience with regard to getting the most out of the relationship and resource? Please leave a comment below.