Keeping track of several projects for various clients requires a lot of organization on the part of a VA.
If a Virtual Assistant has these three tools in their arsenal of productivity tools, chances are they have the skills to prepare, design, and produce a range of quality projects.
Customizing and automating work is why I am such a template gal. Think about it, they can be designed once, and then be customized depending on the niche or task on hand.
As a long-time office pro, another template friendly tool I am especially fond of is Microsoft Excel. The little Excel spreadsheet can be pretty mighty once it is loaded up with formulas and charts.
With Excel, you can kiss the time-consuming calculations goodbye, and get rid of aggravating bookkeeping and data entry errors.
Using templates in Excel allows you to crank out charts and stats like a pro. When doing any type of recurring financial or bookkeeping calculations, this is my go-to. It works for Virtual Assistants that like being able to stick to a format that is easy and flexible.