When it comes to hiring VAs, should you rent or buy?
Do you pay a premium and rent VAs that have already been trained in the business saving you considerable time and headache. Or do you prefer to buy your own and train them on YOUR business based on your own preferences?
In this week’s Round Table discussion, Mark and Team Geek…
- Scott Bossman
- Erik Peterson
- Aaron Williams
- Mike Zaino
- Tate Litchfield
- Scott Todd
…discuss the differences of both options and the best way to build a team.
There are many advantages to each, the most significant being:
- Building a team—they are there for you on your schedule using your processes
- Using a service—saves you time, especially crucial in the beginning when setting up your systems
Ultimately, it all comes down to YOU and your preferences.
Find out what the team has to say and how this subject oddly leads to a heated discussion of plumbing!
I’m a person who likes to control my processes. I need someone to fit my systems, not me fit theirs. On the other hand, there’s the convenience aspect especially when you’re first getting started, when you need to put in a lot of work without actually putting in a lot of work. The services come in handy because they are trained and ready to go. -Aaron
Plus, Scott Todd gives us a Flight School LIVE rundown! (May 17,18, 19)
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: Check out the book, Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear.
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