No, you’re not reading Buzzfeed. But despite the fun clickbait title, you actually CAN grow your business by working with an online business manager. And this one also happens to be a mom.
A dazzling variety of entrepreneurs hire OBMs. Coaches, artists, writers, and CEOs contract OBMs all the time to manage countless business needs. An online business manager does far more than you might think. An OBM is a senior manager who helps plan and manage operations, maps out business goals and strategy with you, and tracks topline finances and performance. What an OBM doesn’t do is the typical “assistant services,” but she can manage your assistant, and the rest of your team, for you.
Unlike a virtual assistant who would look after the smaller details, an OBM is a seasoned partner you can depend on to keep the heart of your business pumping and your vision big.
How Do You Know You’re Ready for an OBM?
It’s easy to determine whether or not it’s time to hire an OBM. Just ask yourself these simple questions:
- Is your business already bringing in revenue exceeding $100,000 annually?
- Do you work with a virtual team (or maybe you have some employees)?
- Do you spend too much time managing your team?
- Would you welcome another perspective from someone who is not afraid to question, to challenge, and who cares about your business as much as you do?
- Are you ready to let go of some of the control and delegate to someone you trust to make sound judgments and take responsibility?
- Are you aware that your time and skills would be much better used on developing new business and creating new product ideas?
- Do you have to turn away opportunities because you are too busy?
If your answer to four of more of these questions is yes, it’s high time for you to get help.
Contact an Online Business Manager Today!
For more information or to hire an experienced, personable Online Business Manager, learn more at www.sophiezo.com, or contact me now. I can answer all your questions, and if you want to start working together right away, I can help!