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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This might seem to be a quick listen at just over two hours, but you'll find yourself bookmarking and re-listening like crazy! This isn't just one of those theory books, this book contains resources that are immediately useful to every listener. Plus, tons of ideas of how to use a virtual assistant.
What does Scott Panfil bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Face-paced narration that is clear and easily understandable. A friendly voice that's easy to listen to.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
A list of over a hundred ideas of ways to use a virtual assistant to make my life easier!
Any additional comments?
If you liked Chris Decker's "Virtual Freedom" you'll appreciate this book, too' and especially the links to current virtual assistant resources.
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Would you try another book from Nick Loper and/or Scott Panfil?
Has Virtual Assistant Assistant: The Ultimate Guide to Finding, Hiring, and Working with Virtual Assistants turned you off from other books in this genre?
How could the performance have been better?
There's no real usable content in this book... the title says "The Ultimate Guide to Finding, Hiring, and Working with Virtual Assistants", but all the author talked about for 2 hours is basic concepts, what VAs cost, and a few websites!
There is no specific strategies on working with VAs after you hire them. No time management or ways to transition your workload over to VAs. All the author says is "talk to them on Skype", "I like to hire them monthly". Totally useless.
What character would you cut from Virtual Assistant Assistant: The Ultimate Guide to Finding, Hiring, and Working with Virtual Assistants?
This book is just way to simple and lacks any real-world business VA relationship strategies or processes. Getting my money back!