“I have so much free time, I don’t know what to do with it!”…said no piano teacher, ever. We could all use more time to spend with family, planning for our studio or practising the piano ourselves.
If you have a never-ending to-do list it might be time to hire a virtual assistant to take some of the load off.
It’s easier than you think to hire someone who can complete repetitive tasks or tasks you don’t have to expertise to do well. In this episode, I’ll talk you through what to hire out, how to find the right people and help you get started with your own virtual assistant.
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