Every week, I make a list of goals I need to achieve and tiny tasks that belong under them. Sounds like a drag? Well, trust me; I thought the same when it was first introduced to me. But it was the very practice of goal setting that helped me prioritize my tasks a little bit better. For Virtual Assistants in a BPO company like yourself who carry several tasks with you at a time, there’s no denying that they can get lost in the rubble and be forgotten. So here are a few tips to help you find the organization that you need and to become the best Virtual Assistant you can be:

Don’t overwhelm yourself. There’s a lot on your plate, but there’s a lot you can also string together. Before you even get started, take a deep breath and start slowly.

Sort them by priority level. Which ones can be done within the day, week, or month? Label them appropriately.

Begin with the hardest. I don’t think it matters how old we are, when it comes to doing something difficult a lot of us like to stall. But you may as well get the hardest out of the way to make room and speed for all the menial ones. By starting with the one you find most intimidating, you’ll be doing yourself a favor of concentration, and of course conquering your fear.

By creating lists, you can better see your own progress. Did you finish what had to be done within the day? How can you move a level higher?

Virtual assistance can certainly be a handful. So remember the first step, don’t overwhelm yourself, and slowly but surely you will get things done.

Author's Bio: 

Matt Hallaran is the founder of Sidekiiks Incorporated a BPO Company. Sidekiiks is an offshore outsourcing company that specializes in providing a wide range of business solutions such as Call Center Services, Executive Virtual Assistant & Online Marketing Management for lead generation to entrepreneurs and SME’s.