Arman Assadi the founder and CEO of Steno and host of the podcast FLOW with Arman Assadi has saved valuable time by using Fancy Hands. He says, “The more you can free yourself from things that don’t require your personal attention, the more successful and fulfilled you can be.”
If only we could blow away the competition by getting more actual “work” done and not having to deal with these boring, nonsense tasks. Or what if we had someone to help with the little things so we could focus on being creative and producing good work? There are far too many judgements and preconceptions about what having an assistant really means. But here’s the deal, we’re living a self-directed lifestyle, right? And if we want to be free and achieve great things we need to focus on what’s important. Outsourcing the minutiae of everyday life is one of them.
How was it judged
|User Interface/Accessibility||“Very flexible”|
|Quality of Work||“thoroughly impressed”|
|Consistency||“pretty consistent” (some assistants were better than others)|
|Responsiveness/Speed||“The biggest benefit”|
Is Fancy Hands worth it?
Overall, Fancy Hands offers an incredible value. According to Fancy Hands, the average task is something that can be completed in under 20 minutes. My statistics show that I’ve saved 4.1 days or over 98 hours of time. I recommend Fancy Hands to anyone with no reservations.