How does it work?
Most business owners are overworked. They want to do a better job
When you’re used to doing everything yourself, delegating doesn’t always come easy. It can be scary to trust someone else with your business, and it’s hard to know where to start.
To help make this easier for you…
I offer a low minimum retainer of just 6 hours per month for £180. That means we can start off slowly, easing you into this new way of managing your workload.
I work virtually but that doesn’t mean we can’t speak regularly. We can make use of Skype or Zoom to video call, or keep in touch through messaging and email.
A flexible approach
When we first start, we’ll identify some core tasks that I can help you with. As things change and evolve, I’ll be there to support you and take on more.
Starter packagetaking a leap
- 6 hours of support each month
- A monthly call to check in
The next levelmoving up
- 12 hours of support each month
- A fortnightly call to check in
- (£360 before discount)
Top of the linehere to stay
hourssupport each month
- A weekly call to check in
- Daily contact (if you need it)
- (£720 before discount)
“It’s always easy to get hold of Sadie and she’s quick to complete work for me – she’s flexible on how she receives work and we use Twitter, email and Whatsapp!”
Kirsten Smith, HR Consultant
“Before I found Sadie I was drowning. I’ve gained back around 0.5 days a week (if not more!)
Sadie is an absolute lifesaver!”
Rachael Savage, Accountant
“It’s not just about saving time, but the headspace too. I felt overwhelmed before. Now I’m getting closer to the kind of balanced life I went freelance for.”
Sophie Livingston, Copywriter
“It’s not often I find someone I can trust to produce work that I’ll put my name on.
Everyone needs a Sadie!”
Sophie Khaksari, Personal Assistant
I hold professional indemnity insurance, which means we’re both protected in case anything goes wrong. I’m registered with ICO for Data Protection and HMRC for anti-money laundering. I abide by GDPR guidelines and take confidentiality seriously.