If you haven’t read my introduction, please link here before proceeding.
I work on my own, by myself in my home office. However, like so many people I thrive with contact of people; like minded people, people to debate with, people to share ideas and thoughts with, people who are kind and people who stretch my patience. Finding ourselves at home, without the social interaction during the Covid-19 pandemic, has really highlighted to so many of us how we are better as part of something bigger. We miss (most) of our colleagues, friends; those people whom we see every day. A chat, a natter, a chin-wag or even a gossip (nicely not maliciously please).
In a small business or working on our own, we miss a sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off, someone who understands us and our business, who cares as passionately about it as we do, who wants us to succeed and who strives with us for that success. Part of my ethos for creating MK-Virtual Assistant is to be that person for small businesses. Someone you can pick the phone up to, who’s committed to your business alongside you (if you are my client, then your business is my business).
A VA is that drop which helps you to create your ocean without weighing your business down with long term commitments or overheads. Incorporating new skills, capabilities and creating more time in your day, whilst actioning time-consuming tasks or working on projects for you – you are able to work on other things; so together we are greater than the sum of our parts.
Individually we are one drop, together we are an ocean.Ryunosuke Satoro