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How to Hire and Train a Virtual Assistant (Before You Think You Are Ready)

how to hire and train your first virtual assistant

I wish I would have known this when I first started my business: hiring a virtual assistant, right off the bat is one of the smartest things you can do to grow your business.

I know the objections:

I'm not making money yet.

I wouldn't know what to give to a virtual assistant, I can barely figure out what to do myself.

I'm so disorganized. And by the time I explain it, I might as well do it myself.

But listen up:

If you spend your days doing $10 an hour tasks, that's about how much money you can expect to make.

That is time you ARE NOT spending doing the things that are actually revenue producing. 

Hiring a virtual assistant for my tiny little business was the best move I have EVER made in my business.

I've created an entire system that will walk you through how to find someone who you can afford to pay, where to find them, and how to onboard them in a systematic, automated way that will not take up a ton of your time.

Here's the link to the free course:

http://courses.jenlehner.com/p/how-to-hire-and-train-your-first-virtual-assistant

Here are few of the recourses I recommend to help make the process easier. When you log in to the course, I also give you a workbook with lots of other resources as well.

Onlinejobs.ph - These are VA's exclusively in the Philippines.

Screenmailer - Record your screen and voice and share video instantly. (No uploading or downloading required)

Trello - A project management system that allows you and your VA to be on the same page, literally. (I use the free version)

Lastpass - Allows your VA to access your accounts, without knowing your passwords.

Click this link to grab the notes I created. 

Let me know if you have any questions!