VAs (Virtual Assistants) Offer Work-Life Balance Assistance

Gillian Hood-Gabrielson’s fit for business blog features chairperson of the Alliance for Virtual Businesses, Sharon Williams.  To read more about virtual assistants and Sharon Williams visit Gillian Hood-Gabrielson’s blog.  Mrs. Williams suggests work-life balance can be improved by hiring a VA.  A VA can free up some time so that you can focus on family, friends and just relax. 

Check out Gillian Hood-Gabrielson’s Fit for Business blog. Gillian features a Q & A with Sharon Williams, Chairperson of the Alliance for Virtual Businesses.

Ms. Williams supports what I’ve discussed with some of you when it comes to work-life balance:

“A benefit I haven’t covered is the ability to improve work/life balance. By hiring a VA, clients can systemize the business and automate its processes.When this is accomplished, s/he [the client] can schedule previously designated times to family, friends, hobbies, or to just to relax alone. It is important to allocate time to unwind from the daily grind of running a business, reducing stress, and enjoy life’s gifts and pleasures.”

Read more Virtual Assistants and Sharon Williams on Gillian Hood-Gabrielson’s blog here.

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