The Virtual Assistant key business systems are operations, marketing, sales, and delivery. Each one of them is essential for a thriving Virtual Assistant business. In fact, these are the same systems your clients should have in their own business. If not, you can help them design and implement them as a service.
Let’s get started with the third blog post of The Ultimate VA Success Guide: How To Start A Virtual Assistant Business In 2021. Make sure to read all 5 posts.
- #1: Setting Up A Virtual Assistant Business Without Getting Stuck In Analysis Paralysis
- #2: Ready To Create Your Virtual Assistant Business Plan? Start With These 9 Untypical Questions
- #3: The 4 Virtual Assistant Key Business Systems That Will Make Or Break Your VA Business
- #4: The 5 Virtual Assistant Business Operations Systems That Will Make Your Biz Run Smoothly!
- #5: Set Up These 16 Must-Have Tools For Virtual Assistants Before You Launch Your Biz!
As I’ve said before a business is a system. A poorly designed system leads to poor and inconsistent results. That’s why it’s important to take the time to design, implement and document the Virtual Assistant key business systems from the very beginning.
The 4 Systems In A Nutshell
- Operations – running the business
- Marketing – making your audience aware
- Sales – getting clients
- Delivery – delivering your services
Feel free to download a copy of the Key-Systems Infographic, it’s a great reference to keep handy.
Why You Need The Virtual Assistant Key Business Systems
Systems are how you run your business and you should have a system for everything you do. A documented checklist or even a full-blown operations manual that lists the systems you use. Remember, No systems = No business. You don’t want to re-create the wheel every time you sign on a new client or take on a new task. You need to have a system for everything you do in your business.
Too many people don’t take the time to design, implement and document their Virtual Assistant key business systems. Instead, they use hope as a tactic. They hope they remember the steps the next time they sign a new client. Hope is not a reliable tactic.
You must spend the time and energy when you’re setting up your Virtual Assistant business to create and implement your systems. Oh, and document them too! Systems work together which means they overlap. All of your key business systems work together to run your business.
What Virtual Assistant key business systems do you have implemented in your business? Feel free to post below and let me know what action you’re taking today to implement key systems in your business. I’d love to hear from you! All comments and questions are welcome.
If you’re struggling to design and implement your Key Business Systems, check out my VA Biz Action Plan Bundle. It’s a step-by-step DIY action plan that walks you through the basic must-haves in an easy-to-follow step-by-step system. Or my VA Success System if you prefer in-depth training, community, and coaching.
Thanks for reading – Susan