When you live a magical cash-flow life, where you make money that shows up again and again, it allows you to enjoy the beauty of a place like Breckenridge, a ski resort town in Colorado. Today, my guest is Robert Nickell, who launched Real Estate Investor Virtual Assistants (REIVA).

No matter what business you are in, things need to get done and people need to do them – they are called virtual assistants (VAs). Robert aggregates steps that you didn’t even know could be aggregated when it comes to hiring a VA..

Topics on Today’s Episode:

  • What are VAs? They are people who help you and your business in some way. They usually perform day-to-day types of tasks.
  • Robert trains his VAs on real estate investing tasks, from marketing to social media and real estate documents.
  • REIVA gets to know its clients – who they are, where they are, and where they want to go.
  • Once it knows this information, it can create a job description for a VA to meet the needs of the client.
  • Robert’s team facilitates the whole process, from technology questions, profiling, hiring, to onboarding.
  • The job description should detail what tasks need to be done and the type of person needed. Set a skill set to that job description.
  • A task or success map is created to describe a 90-day plan. For success, Robert’s team facilitates a lot of organization up front.
  • When most people want a VA, they want them to do everything! There’s too many things to do, so that’s why they need a VA.
  • Interviewing Process: When hiring someone to be your VA, you want to make sure it is a good fit. Get to know the applicants. Having options gives you confidence in who you select.
  • For example, you may need a VA who can work at the same time you do.
  • Growth and productivity is hard. It’s a lot of work, and REIVA is there to help its clients solve problems, get time back, and get more done at the same time.
  • There’s so many tasks that a CEO should not be doing, especially when a VA can take care of them.

Links and Resources Mentioned:


“Somebody’s got to do the work.” Robert Nickell

“Their time is your time.” – Robert Nickell

“You’re hiring somebody that’s going to be working for you and your team. We want to make sure that that person’s a good fit.” – Robert Nickell


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