You started your small business with a vision and plan, but quite often those elements of a business are fluid. The more you learn about your market, your industry, your business, and even yourself can create changes. Sometimes the small business evolut ...
The majority of businesses CAN be run from home; and a remote workforce is no less effective, fruitful, or enriching than a site-based team.
So, you know we’re here, but how do you go about hiring a virtual assistant?
Yes, this is a pretty dry topic for a blog but it really doesn’t seem to be happening as much as it should be, so I’ll continue nagging everyone until they have nightmares about it. Please believe me when I say, no matter what size or type of busin ...
There’s no doubt about it, marketing has evolved into an exhausting rollercoaster of soul-crushing lows and freakin’ fantastic highs. Social media is the core of most, if not all, modern business marketing strategies and we’re faced with complex algorithms and time-guzzling tactics that leave us pining for the days of “I’ll just leave this here” advertising.
I have Type 2 Bipolar Disorder. It’s no secret. I mean, I don’t put it on my business cards, but I am open with my clients about my mental health. I believe in transparency and honesty in business – my clients put their trust in me to help run their business sight unseen, so they deserve honesty in return.
A Virtual Assistant is a cost-effective way of outsourcing the administrative tasks and projects that you’d rather set aside so that you can focus on what is most important to you. And yet, there’s so much more to it than that! Here are 7 reasons why you need a Virtual Assistant.