Posts Tagged ‘home office’

The Cure for Home Office Doldrums-The Coffitivity App

I’ve talked about breaking the monotony of working from home by visiting a local coffee shop before.  It works great for those of us with a coffee shop close by.  But what about those people who would have to travel an hour or more just to sip coffee (or tea!) and do a little work…

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The Green Connection

Grant Griffiths of Home Office Warrior has a fantastic post on Telecommuting, Teleworking and Going Green today.  If you are curious about going green and/or worried about high gas prices and how they effect you and your employees it is more than worth your time to head on over and check it out!!

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Attn: Virtual Assistants

The third and final installment of my series ” How to Sell Virtual Assistance” is up over at Home Office Warrior-Virtual Assistant. It’s entitled Overcoming Objections and gives Virtual Assistants some strategies for coping with potential clients most frequent objections to using virtual assistance.  Check it out today!

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For Virtual Assistants…and others

I began a new series of articles over at Home Office Virtual Assistant on Selling Virtual Assistance.  I think you’ll find some good information on marketing your business in them.  Part One is called, Ask, Don’t Tell, and is a play on the phrase, Show, Don’t Tell,  that my writing instructor drilled into my head…

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Virtual Assistants are Valuable

My article over at the Home Office Warrior explains that no matter what your VA’s specialty, they have a common valuable asset for your business.  Read VA equals Value Added to find out what it is.

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For the Home Office crowd

The Home Office Warrior has gotten a new look and feel .  The on-line magazine for businesspeople who work from a home office has been given a face-lift to better fit its web magazine designation.  The new streamlined look and specialized departments are designed to better help the reader find exactly what they are looking for.  The…

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Dream Job

I had an appointment with my optometrist this morning.  His secretary began asking me the normal questions associated with a yearly visit.  Same address? Insurance?  Same employer?  At this last question of course I explained that I now owned my own business.  Being a polite woman, she asked what I was doing.  Her initial reaction…

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