We're going to help you create 5 project plans that you can give to your virtual assistant. (If you are a virtual assistant, you can do these projects for your clients, as well as for your own business.)
Here are the five projects:
1. Share Good Content
This is a social media project - you can have regular status updates go out under your name, without you having to do any work or come up with any of your own content. The trick is to use content created by other people.
When people check you out on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google+, they will see that you post interesting information regularly. But your assistant will be doing all the work for you.
2. Meet VIPs
Who do you want to meet or impress? You identify a group of people. You become one of their biggest fans - you regularly like their posts, retweet and share their content - bringing yourself to their attention. But your assistant actually does all the work.
3. Email Newsletter
Stay in touch with people using an email newsletter. You can use other people's content here too, or draw from your own blog or articles you have already written. Once again, you don't have to create anything new. You simply give direction and approval - your assistant does all the work.
4. Grow Your List
The more people who receive your email newsletter, the better. Tell your assistant who you want to reach and have her find people like that. You sign off on the additions and she invites them to subscribe. It's a simple and effective way to continuously expand your sphere of influence.
5. Build Relationships
Contact each individual on your list and ask how you can help them. You'll identify prospects, uncover hidden objections and misconceptions, and hear what people really want from you.
Do favors and ask for favors - with your assistant doing all the work - to build and strengthen your relationship with those people.