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We realize hiring a Virtual Assistant is a big step.

It’s a big step to trust anyone, when it comes to your business; let alone someone located remotely.

We ask new clients to give us ONE chance; a chance to complete a small project.

It may seem simple, but let’s face it…it’s those small projects that bog entrepreneurs down the most. Those small projects end up costing business owners time and money. Time and money that could be better spent in other areas of building their business.

As you’ve heard me say before, “Businesses cannot run effectively as a ‘one-man’ show. It’s impossible to own, manage, promote, prospect, and maintain your business without assistance….even in this age of technology”.

Give My Faithful Assistant a try.

We have an array of services available for businesses, entrepreneurs, independent contractors, individuals, innovators, non-profit organizations and start-ups.

We also offer a One Hour FREE Consultation and FREE estimate with each project.

Because we work remotely, as independent contractors, we can help save your business money. You will only pay for the services you need, when you need them. You won’t pay for any of the costs associated with having an employee.

We would love the opportunity to earn your business…and your trust.

Contact us today!

Have you ever worked with a virtual assistant before? If so, what were your fears before you hired them?

 

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My Faithful Assistant

Principal / Owner at My Faithful Assistant
Sherri Smith is the founder of My Faithful Assistant. My Faithful Assistant offers business management + virtual assistant services to individuals, as well as, a wide range of business models. Their business models include academics, business owners, coaches, entrepreneurs, independent contractors, innovators, magazines, newspapers, non-profits, photographers, speakers / presenters, startups and writers / authors. They offer a FREE one hour consultation and estimate with each project.
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