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5 Benefits of a Virtual Assistant for Musicians

IStock_000019699722SmallLet's face it – we are all always needing more hours in our day, but what if there was someone out there who's job it was to make that happen? A virtual assistant can be an extra set of hands, extra ears, and eyes to help you set a clear path to reach your goals while staying on top of the implementation it will take to get there. None of us can be in two places at once, but your career could certainly benefit and you may be surprised to know your finance could to by hiring your own virtual assistant. Fiona Zwieb shows us just how much ground we could cover by employin a virtual assistant on MusicThinkTank.com.

"Virtual assistants understand that you are only paying them for the time
they work on you – NOT for lunch breaks, sick-days nor vacations. Your
money is 100% going to investing in you
!"

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  1. I believe a lot of small business owners and artists forget the fact that virtual assistants allow them to make more income. For example, while Joe Business Owner is working with a client at $200/hour, Sutton Creative Studios Virtual Assistant is doing the bookkeeping. If Joe Business Owner was doing the bookkeeping, he wouldn’t be making $200/hour. In fact, he would be making $0/hour. http://www.suttoncreativestudios.com

  2. Justin, I think working with VAs has not necessarily something to do with exploitation. It’s very doable to reach good win-win situations for both the employer and the VA.
    Also: VA’s are not to be treated like employees (or worse, like slaves). VA’s are professionals themselves – and they sell their time and professional expertise.
    Ethical arguments like these stop honest people from reaching the next level of success, and I wanted to give a less polarizing view on this subject.

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