Episode 30: [Team Building] How to Work with Virtual Assistants w/Robert Nickell

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Robert Nickell is a national speaker, published author and one of the most successful real estate investors in the nation. Robert is known for his unique ability to teach, train, and run successful virtual businesses. Robert co-created Investor Virtual Assistant Services, LLC (IVAS) with the purpose of sharing his knowledge, experience and success with fellow investors around the world that are looking to take more control of their time while increasing productivity and reducing costs.

Are you a solopreneur? Most real estate investors are. We try to do everything ourselves and think that it’s very hard to find someone to care about each task as much as we do.

It’s what keeps us mediocre as real estate investors.

If you want to really kick butt as a house flipper and real estate investor, you simply need to learn how to delegate and have other people do the busy work.

If you don’t, you won’t make as much money and you won’t truly get the freedom you started doing this to get in the first place.

Virtual assistants are great for investors that cannot afford full-time in-house employees. I’m sure there are dozens of tasks you can think of that you’d rather never do again in your life. Those are tasks that you can have someone else do. And, guess what? They don’t need to be in the same city, state or even country as you.

Robert Nickell runs a very successful wholesaling business and uses almost entirely virtual assistants from the Philippines to do it! Sounds crazy, but it’s true.

He’s done so well with it that he’s started to train and provide these virtual assistants to real estate investors so that we can all benefit from their help.

Not sure where to go to find virtual assistants? Not sure what qualities to look for? Not sure how to streamline your processes and coordinate and make the most out of the virtual assistants’ time? Not sure how much you should be paying for virtual assistants?

We cover all of these questions in this episode. I learned a tremendous amount from Robert in this podcast episode and I’m sure you will to. Even if you’re not immediately considering needing help, it’s best to know that it exists so that when you start getting bogged down, you’ll know where to go and how to handle it.

To find out more about Robert’s virtual assistants service, visit MyRockstarVA.com

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MyRockstarVA.com
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One awesome response to “Episode 30: [Team Building] How to Work with Virtual Assistants w/Robert Nickell”

  1. Pilot Bob on

    One of my weaknesses that is holding back my business is lack of delegation. I love the idea of a VA. I’ve just signed up with Robert’s company. #VeryExcited