How a Virtual Assistant Will Help Your Business

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When does your business need to invest in a virtual assistant? 

Guest, Suleyka Gonzales calls herself a multipotentialite and a virtual assistant entrepreneur. Hear from the perspective of a virtual assistant about what business owners need to know regarding the work a virtual assistant can do for their organization. Find out how to outsource tasks to a VA during today’s conversation.  

Letʻs Meet Our Guest

Suleyka Gonzalez

Virtual Assistant | SG Virtual Assisting

Suleyka Gonzalez is a multipotentialite, mom of 2, USMC military spouse and entrepreneur. She volunteers in the military community providing support and resources to military spouses who are seeking employment, pursuing a degree or trying to figure out what they want to be when they grow up.

During her spare time she freelances as a Virtual Assistant providing administrative, social media and customer service support to entrepreneurs and small businesses. Suleyka uses her LinkedIn networking skills along with community resources and volunteering experience to provide the best services to her clients.

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1. We’re going down two lanes today and answering the first question in two ways. (From the VA viewpoint and from the small business owner viewpoint)  

–First: As a VA – What is your niche/what are you an expert in? What is it that you do so well that makes you valuable to a small business owner?  
–Second: As a business owner: What can I outsource to a VA so that I can focus on my business expertise?  

2. What questions can a business owner ask to ensure that they are getting a VA that is going to be able to support their needs?


Not sure where to start? There are multiple places to see what talents you have than can translate into a virtual assistant job. Or MAYBE you are looking for one!




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