Have you ever thought you needed a personal assistant? Even if you don’t live in Los Angeles where it seems everyone has one, no one needs an extra hand more than a working mom. MyAssist is a new service that you can customize according to how much you plan to use it, for personal use, business use, or both.
MyAssist is like having a virtual personal assistant, anytime you need one. Highly-trained personal assistants based here in the U.S. are on call 24/7 to help you get the little things done, so you can concentrate on the bigger picture. Use MyAssist as a personal concierge for research, event tickets, travel reservations, wake-up calls, anything you need a hand with. It’s also helpful from a safety standpoint: MyAssist can help you with obtain medical and roadside assistance as well.
All of My Assist’s features can be accessed any time of day, 365 days a year through phone (877.MyAssist 877.692.7747), and email (info@MyAssistant.com, or through various mobile phone applications. Interested? Try it free for 30 days, then choose a plan according to how often you plan on using your virtual assistant. The plan levels are as follows:
MyAssist Classic – All services included, up to (5) requests per month.
($9.99 monthly/$99.99 annually)
MyAssist Plus – All services included, up to (15) requests per month, and free travel reservations/booking.
($29.99 monthly/$299.99 annually)
MyAssist Elite – All services included, up to (25) requests per month, and your own dedicated MyAssistant.
($49.99 monthly/$499.99 annually)
Have a business? MyAssist is a great way for companies to help out their own employees. Instead of hiring a personal assistant – MyAssist virtual assistants are on call at any time of day or night to help out with the little details that busy executives simply don’t have the time to do. When not dealing with life’s little details, employees can be more productive in their jobs.
Do you need a personal assistant? Would you try MyAssist Virtual Assistant?
Download MyAssist Virtual Assistant for your iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry here.
–Angela Skinner Mullen