Virtual Assistant – How to turn $120 bucks into $20,000.00 with Real Estate VA
DISCOVER HOW I TURN LESS THAN $120 INTO $20,000 COLD, HARD CASH
Let’s do a little math.
24 hours in a day X 7 days in a week = 168 hours
This means you have just under 170 hours each week to make sh*t happen.
Let’s do a little more math.
The average American gets just under 7 hours of sleep a night. So, let’s subtract 49 from 168. We’re down to 119.
Do you still have a regular 9-5 job? Let’s take away another 40 hours, plus at least another 5 for your commute, plus another 5 for getting ready each morning.
Don’t forget about regular everyday actives like eating, showers, bathroom breaks, grabbing a glass of water, getting the mail, making a doctor appointment, going grocery shopping, etc…what are we looking at, probably close to 20 hours in miscellaneous activities?
Family time is important. So is exercise and taking a few moments each day to express gratitude and focus on the positive aspects of your life. That’s probably at least another 20.
That leaves us with 29 hours in a week to build your business by marketing, generating leads, securing deals, finalizing purchases, refurnishing and prepping homes for sale or rent, and taking care of all the little details in between. Now I don’t know about you but keeping up this pace for weeks on end can leave you stressed out, burnt out, and wanting out. It’s just too much.
It’s also not practical. In fact, it’s pretty f*cking stupid.
I’m not saying you can be lazy and make things happen. You still gotta hustle. But I’m all about making the most out of what you have, including time. I won’t waste any more of your little time so let’s get right to it. Here’s how you maximize your time and money without spending much time or money.
Two letters for you, friends. VA. Yeah.
WHAT THE HELL IS A VA?
A VA, or virtual assistant, is a person you hire to complete a variety of tasks, but they work remotely. They can be located anywhere on the globe but can provide the same benefits a traditional employee would. But they’re not considered an employee. Instead, think of them as an asset. There’s a big difference.
There are two types of VAs.
A front-end VA is somebody that uses their voice to help your business. Think phone calls, specifically cold calls, or appointment setting. Basically, if there’s talking involved, a front-end virtual assistant can handle it.
A back-end VA is somebody that uses a keyboard to help your business. They can take care of both marketing and sales, including your live chat feature on your website, marketing emails, data extraction, and text message marketing.
And because they’re professional VAs, they get everything done quickly and correctly (they’re professional because you used my filtering system – if you didn’t, I am not responsible for the mess of a human being you possibly hired).
So, which one do you need?
Both, fool. You need both. This is the only way to take your business from sloppy to stellar.
ARE YOU SURE ABOUT THIS? I CAN ANSWER MY OWN EMAILS…
Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you have to. Think of some of the biggest names in the business industry. Let’s use Bill Gates as an example. Do you think little Billy is sitting there going through his junk mail every day? Or do you think he’s tackling the big stuff, like designing new computers and being awesome? While you delete yet another junk email, Bill’s changing the world. Way to go, Bill!
There are a ton of benefits to having a VA. That’s why I’ve kept them my big secret for nearly 20 years. I wouldn’t be where I am today without virtual assistants.
When you hire an employee, you have to buy them a desk, a computer, a chair, and anything else they need to complete their tasks. There’s training involved, paid sick days, and a lot of headaches. But with a VA, they’re responsible for handling all of this and more themselves.
If you invest in a VA, you’ll see crazy returns. There’s no way I could handle 100% of my businesses on my own, all the time. I’m not Superman (pretty darn close though). But with VAs, I’m able to maximize what my business puts out there, while maximizing what I pull back into it.
Uncle Sam Doesn’t Pay a Visit
If you’re traditionally employed right now, take a look at your last paystub. Yeah, I know you see it. Those large chunks of money ripped out from your check like a toddler out of a mother’s arms. There’s a ton of crying involved and you’re left feeling like a part of you has been taken away. This is called paying taxes.
But where do you think that money comes from? Your boss still has to pay it. So as a boss yourself, you would have to put up this money for Uncle Sam to take…unless you use a VA. They’re not a traditional employee, so you’re off the hook..