Take a moment and think back to when you decided ‘to go it alone’ or step up to the challenge of being a Creative Director. The reasons may have been many. Was it to have more flexibility, setting your own creative standards, widening your network, creating unique and intricate ideas without being overwhelmed by continuous admin roadblocks?
Time pressure and Creativity
In today’s fast-paced environment, it’s about the speed of creative output. Time pressure seems to have worsened, with clients wanting jobs delivered yesterday! And let’s not forget the volume of paperwork, emails and uncontrolled growth in project scope…resulting in disrupted creativity.
Embrace being different
The Neuroscience of creativity shows you are wired differently. You have higher levels of curiosity, a desire for novelty. Your brain is restless, you need spontaneity, free-flow thinking and not a conveyor belt of generic ideas.
Non-creative tasks are a real turn off for you. Research suggests that multitasking ruins productivity causes mistakes, and impedes creative thought. According to Nicolas Cole at Inc. creatives despise distractions among other things.
How to stay creative
Are continuous multitasking and endless admin still a reality for you? Putting a stop to it is easier than you think! If you’ve lost your creative flow, then take the time to replenish it. Don’t let admin tasks get in your way, ask for help.
Stay Creative and offload admin to a Virtual Assistant PA.
A Virtual Personal Assistant can help you get back doing what you do best -. big idea thinking.
Think how much time you could save by #SayingNotoAdmin and having a Virtual Assistant PA.
No more time spent…
- Managing your mailbox
- Arranging meetings
- Liaising with clients
- Chasing payments
- Paying Invoices.
The opportunities to make the most out of your day are endless with a Designated Personal Assistant.
For more information please contact Hannah, our client services manager who will be happy to talk your through all that’s involved with hiring a Virtual PA: email@example.com