Virtual Assistant For Coaches Are An Asset

When it comes to running your business there’s a lot of things that you need to do and it can become overwhelming. A virtual assistant for coaches can be an asset to your business and you’ll wonder why you haven’t used one before.

In order to have a successful coaching business, you will need a team to support you. Hiring a virtual assistant to support you will be a wise investment that will pay you back not only in money but in time and freedom to do the things that you should be doing. And that’s money making tasks.

What do virtual assistants do? There are a lot of virtual assistants out there and when choosing one, you want to make sure that you have the right one for your business. There are admin support virtual assistants and technical support virtual assistants. And with each title comes a different price range. And each virtual assistant does different tasks.

A technical VA will most likely handle your CRM, Leadpages, graphics, website, etc. Not to say that an admin virtual assistant can’t do those same tasks but more than likely they will not. The more technical a virtual assistant is the more you will pay. But having an admin virtual assistant for coaches doesn’t mean that she doesn’t know her stuff and she won’t be an asset to your business.

Here are 5 ways a virtual assistant for coaches can help you with your day to day tasks:

Get Clients

  • Send reminder letters to past clients
  • Ask for referrals
  • Follow up with people who have expressed an interest in your services in the past
  • People who you have had a free consult call with
  • Work with you on funnels to close clients
  • Add bonuses to get people to act sooner

Onboarding Clients

  • Making clients feel appreciated and welcomed into your coaching program by sending out a welcome letter
  • Making sure all of your intake forms have been filled out and returned in a timely manner
  • Setting up your welcome phone call to client

Follow- up With Payments

  • Past due letters
  • Payment arrangements
  • Expired credit cards
  • Insufficient funds letters

Help With Problem Clients

  • Firing clients
  • Turning down clients
  • Recovering a client who has cancelled

Webinars

  • Creating a system to make it easy to handle your webinars and for your team to handle your webinars
  • Booking guests
  • Setting up promotions
  • Follow-up

There are a lot more ways that a Virtual Assistant for Coaches can help you. I have just mentioned 5 of many. So take time to sit down and figure out what you can hand over to a virtual assistant to make your life easier and more productive.

Deborah Northcutt is the owner of www.FreeYouUpVA.com. I help speakers, coaches, and entrepreneurs by giving you more time in the day to increase your network and network. I get you out of overwhelm by performing the administrative tasks such as social media management, email organization, calendar scheduling, and responding to speaker requests. Download your Client Onboarding Checklist here.