FEATURED by Protocol
Assistantly was featured by Protocol in this article written by Sarah Roach about "Your business might need a virtual assistant".
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"Who needs a virtual assistant the most? Laith Masarweh, who founded and runs the virtual assistant company Assistantly, told me that people just getting their businesses off the ground — those he called “solo-prenuers” — need one most often."
Finding Your Passion & Taking Risks: What to Do
If you aren’t sure what your passion is, it can feel as though you’re waking up and living the same day over and over again. You may have a lack of motivation and see minimal growth in yourself and your career. Living this way can make you feel like a corporate robot with the destiny of waking up in 10 years in the same position as you are now. This is why finding your passion and taking the necessary risks is so important!
7 Indicators It’s Time for Your Business to Outsource
I started Assistantly because I realized many businesses were in desperate need of outsourced talent. Today, it’s extremely expensive to hire a full-time employee. From matching a competitive salary, offering health insurance benefits, 401(k) matching, and other benefits, hiring a full-time employee is often put to the side. Thankfully, outsourcing can save a considerable amount of money for your business. So, if you resonate with any of the following indicators, it’s time to outsource.
How Assistantly Finds Unicorns
We're here to tell you that since we've launched we have found hundreds of them! I'm not talking about the legendary creatures with spiraling horns projecting from their foreheads, I’m talking about individuals with an ineffable drive to get the job done spectacularly well.