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Short on Help? Hire a Professional Virtual Assistant!
Business

Short on Help? Hire a Professional Virtual Assistant!

Is your business short on help? Good help, that is? Did the best administrative assistant you ever had leave because her husband was relocated to Timbuktu? Now what? You’ve been through countless resumes and none of the candidates seem to measure up. Maybe you need extra help once in a while, just to keep your

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How Much is Your Time Worth: 3 Ways to Be More Productive
Business

How Much is Your Time Worth: 3 Ways to Be More Productive

We all spend time on the computer. It’s mandatory in today’s digital (really virtual) world. And if it’s not the computer, it’s our phone. Answering emails, sending texts, making phone calls, crossing off tasks (we hope). Technology is vital to running your business but sometimes we get lost in the details of it. You sit

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The Art of Managing Change and Forming New Habits For Success
Guest Blogger

The Art of Managing Change and Forming New Habits For Success

“…change is not only always necessary, it’s inevitable.” Happy New Year! It’s the brand new start of another new year. The exuberance of having another opportunity to achieve anything that we set our minds to over the next 12 months washes over us like a refreshing waterfall shower on a hot summer day at the

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3 Internet Marketing Tips
Marketing

3 Internet Marketing Tips

In today’s world it is easy to underestimate the importance of internet marketing. Advertising and communications are everywhere, and people can forget how delicate a process marketing can be. To get the full benefit of internet marketing, you need to…

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3 Social Media Myths Busted
Marketing

3 Social Media Myths Busted

Social media is a powerful technology but it’s also misunderstood. In its simplest form, social media is a way to connect with old friends from childhood or college and a way to share snippets of your daily life. In its more complex form, social media is a unique…

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Three Tips for Building Relationships Offline
Business

Three Tips for Building Relationships Offline

With all the different social media platforms available today, it’s easy to focus your marketing time here because it’s generally less time consuming to engage from your computer than it is to attend real-life functions and talk to people in your community…

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Guide To Access Capital Exploratory
Blog

Guide to Access Capital: Exploratory Phase

As a small business owner, the search for capital can be stressful to even think about.  In this exploratory phase, we recommend 5 steps that will help you prepare to “take it to the bank.”  Whether you are a start-up or an existing small business not making a profit yet, you can use these steps

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Blog

5 TIPS ON HOW MATURE WOMEN CAN CLOSE OUT THE YEAR WITH A SMILE

As seen on SixtyandMe.com Let me guess: You are a woman over 55, getting busy with holiday preparations, traveling plans, and family gatherings with children and grandchildren. Maybe you have your business matters to wrap up and touch base with friends. Or maybe, for once, you just want to stay home alone. How do you

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Business

Who’s Still Afraid of Public Speaking?

Over the years, public speaking has fallen from being the #1 fear on the planet. Recent research by Chapman University says public speaking now ranks #29 on the list, with 26.2% of those surveyed in 2018 still being fearful of public speaking. Know anyone still in that situation? Confident Public Speaking Is a Top Leadership Skill

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Marketing

Put the Social Back in Your Social Media Plans

Do you want to save time during your work day? Do you wish you had an extra 18 hours to accomplish everything on your to do list? Most people would answer, “Heck yeah!” to those questions because a coach’s to do list is never really finished, especially if you don’t have any support staff. Automating

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