1. You’ve missed out on opportunities because you forgot to follow up. 2. You’ve sent out letters, articles and other important correspondence with spelling or grammatical errors. 3. You haven’t sent out your regularly scheduled newsletter in several months. 4.
Hours, days, weeks months and sometimes even years can be spent trying to grow or develop a business. But how you spend your valuable time could actually end up hindering your company from becoming successful. Hiring a virtual assistant can
Note: This article is compliments of Forbes Magazine. Most of the small business and solo professionals I know don’t have an assistant. Whether they are an independent consultant, coach, professional speaker, writer, or even a startup CEO, they consider an
By Kevin KruseContributor at ForbesOpinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. When you outsource work to others, you free up the time you need to work on your passions. Most of the small business and solo professionals I know
As a growing business owner, you can always use an extra set of hands for projects and extra set of eyes for proofreading. Thrilled that your business is growing, but scared that you can no longer handle it all yourself?
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If any of these statements sound like you, then we need to talk: You want to start or modify your existing newsletter, but don’t know where to start. You want to market your business better, but you’re too busy with the
Note: This article is compliments of Realtor Magazine. Virtual assistants can help you increase your productivity, freeing up your time to focus more on what you love to do. The vast majority of real estate sales professionals have a “job”
Note: This article is compliments of Entrepreneur Magazine. The biggest secret of highly productive people isn’t in any way ground breaking, but it is most often forgotten: They don’t try and do everything themselves. In theory, delegating work sounds like a
“Hire a Virtual Assistant”. Those simple words can make a small business owner ecstatic or crazy (even crazier then they already are) — all depending on their experience with this increasingly popular administrative help. However, once a small business