Why Are You Still Doing the Administrative Tasks?

If you are finding it difficult to scale your business, or if it’s moving fast but you can’t quite get to the big-picture actions it takes to grow – it could be time to delegate administrative tasks to an Executive Assistant. 

Administrative tasks are highly important to running any business, but in our experience, they are not typically where a business owner contributes the most value.

Hiring an Executive Assistant to help with the endless to-dos means you’ll have more time to focus on income-generating tasks and to work on long-term goals.

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What are the most important administrative tasks you can hand off in order to scale? Here’s a list of our top picks:

  • Bookkeeping
  • To-Do List Management
  • Travel Booking
  • Event Planning
  • CRM Management
  • E-Mail Management
  • Calendar Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Appointment Setting
  • Order Processing
  • Communicating with Suppliers & Vendors
  • Staffing a liaison between your supplier or vendor
  • Account Management
  • Follow-up Phone Calls or E-Mails
  • Data Entry
  • WordPress Administration
  • Image Research
  • E-Mail Newsletters
  • Content Scheduling
  • Landing Page creation
  • Graphic Design creation
  • Social Media Management
  • Blog Post Writing
  • Content Writing
  • Document Organization
  • Team Meetings Scheduling
  • Reports & Analysis
  • Cash Flow Forecasting
  • Accounts Receivable Follow Up
  • Expense Tracking/Reporting
  • Invoicing
  • Sales Tax Filing
  • Budget Tracking
  • Expense Management & Reporting
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And this is just the beginning. Check out our Executive Assistant page to get a better idea of all the ways an Executive Assistant can handle administrative work. Doing so will free up your time to double down on your strengths and give attention to areas where you provide the most value. 

Did we miss anything on the list up top? Is there something pressing that needs your attention now? Let us know so we can help! Reach out anytime to start the conversation.

Derek Burbidge, Manager of Sales & Marketing

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