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The Problem I Solve for my Clients

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The problem I solve for my clients

If you’ve come across any of my social media lately, you would probably have read that I am a finalist in the 2020 Altitude Awards. Needless to say, this has been incredibly exciting for me.

Part of the process to become a finalist was to answer a series of questions about my business, my original motivation, and plans for the future. Whilst it was a bit daunting, it was incredibly beneficial to take the time to write about The Avid Organiser.

One of the questions asked was, “What problem do you solve for your clients?”

I thought I’d share with you a little bit more about the ways I help my clients.

Read on below…

The Problem I solve
What’s the problem?

The problem I solve for my clients is that they don’t have the consistent cash flow or workflow to be able to sustain permanent administration staff. Therefore they often don’t really know who to ask for help with office-related problems.

I solve this problem in four different ways:

Solution 1

I offer businesses a budget-friendly, flexible, and tailored solution to their admin worries. They can engage me for as little as an hour or as much as a full day. This allows my clients to obtain the support they require without having to worry about the added costs of having an employee. These costs can include payroll tax, worker’s compensation insurance, or leave entitlements.

Solution 2

I have a broad administrative skillset that has grown from over 15 years of experience working in both large corporate companies and small businesses. Because I have always been passionate about learning WHY things are done and HOW they are done best, I have learnt things that other administrators probably haven’t.

The problem i solve
The problem i solve
Solution 3

I provide support to businesses who have needs that fall between existing business professions. For example, a client might have an email issue like not knowing how to set up an email signature. In most cases they don’t really need an IT technician, they just need someone who is a little savvy and had a lot of experience with computers.

Solution 4

I have developed a philosophy called Functional Organisation which is a strategy moulded to the individual’s unique needs and preferences. I love solutions that are created to embrace natural tendencies and preferences. Telling clients that they need to change everything they have been doing (in terms of their admin) would be like throwing out the baby with the bath water. I take the time to understand why my clients do the things they do, and what works and doesn’t work. Finding out what doesn’t work is equally as important as determining what does work as it provides the real clues for a better system.

Need this problem solved?

If you need someone to solve this problem for you, why not schedule a complimentary 20 minute chat to see if I can help.

Head to my Contact page to get in touch or ask a question.

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