What can a Certified Professional Virtual Speaker’s Assistant do for me?

  • Help expand your speak­ing & train­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties as well as max­i­mize the effi­cien­cy of your fol­low up process after your speak­ing engage­ments, so noth­ing falls through the cracks.
  • Dimin­ish your research time search­ing for speak­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties & increase your avail­able time as well as your prof­its by del­e­gat­ing that work to an assistant.
  • Reduce the stress of attend­ing to busi­ness admin­is­tra­tive details & max­i­mize your gifts, allow­ing your cre­ative juices to flow freely in prepar­ing and writ­ing your pre­sen­ta­tions and books.
  • Avoid doing tasks you don’t enjoy doing, remov­ing them from your plate & del­e­gat­ing to your assis­tant, leav­ing you more time to focus on the work you excel at and enjoy.
  • Remove the strug­gle of doing it all your­self by work­ing with some­one who under­stands your busi­ness mis­sion & knows your busi­ness goals.

My job is to sup­port the admin­is­tra­tive details of your busi­ness.  With my vast amount of resources, I can either do it or make it hap­pen.  We choose each oth­er, work­ing in a col­lab­o­ra­tive part­ner­ship.  I pro­vide the sup­port need­ed to get your projects and tasks done — with the goal of mov­ing you and your busi­ness to the next lev­el.

How can I best utilize this type of support?

Iden­ti­fy Your Need

By struc­tur­ing your work so that you focus your time, efforts and ener­gies only on projects, oppor­tu­ni­ties and peo­ple that give you the largest reward for your efforts, you will give your­self the abil­i­ty to pro­duce more.  Cre­at­ing a Stop Doing List can bring more dis­ci­pline and focus into your life.  A Stop Doing List works like this:

Spend a week writ­ing down each thing you do, from phone calls to check­ing email to the details involved in send­ing your newslet­ter or e‑zine, com­pil­ing mail­ing lists, etc. (get the idea?) and dili­gent­ly make a list.  Then cir­cle all the tasks on your list that are not direct­ly income gen­er­at­ing and that could be del­e­gat­ed.  Move all of these tasks to a new list and name it your Stop Doing List.  Cre­at­ing this list will help you eval­u­ate and pri­or­i­tize the tasks you do on a dai­ly basis and help you con­sid­er what you might del­e­gate to your assistant.

Ready to begin?   Click here to con­tact me.


I would high­ly rec­om­mend Karen and her VA ser­vices if you are look­ing for a true part­ner to not only help you become more effi­cient day to day, but to grow your busi­ness by leaps and bounds.  With her sup­port, the sky’s the limit!

Chris­tine G. — She’s Got Clients