7 Ways Quitting Booze Makes Me a Better Leader

It has been 365 days since I quit drinking alcohol, and I’m noticing some incredible benefits that have helped me at work. I quit because I signed up for a… Read more »

7 Ways Virtual Assistants Can Help Make the Holidays Extra Special

We are sliding into the holidays faster than we know it! It will soon be a busy season for everyone, and now is the time to start preparing for festivities… Read more »

83 Tasks for Coaches and Consultants to Delegate to VAs

Just because you are a solopreneur, such as an executive coach or consultant, doesn’t mean you do it all yourself or don’t need to delegate. In fact, leaders like you… Read more »

How to Identify Pain Points & Weaknesses

One of the most important parts in delegating tasks to your VA is being able to identify your pain points and weaknesses in your day to day business practices. It… Read more »

4 Tips to Help You Find The Right Project Management Software

If you’ve been asking yourself, “Do I need project management software?” the answer is: you probably do. Project management programs have become increasingly necessary for business owners and virtual assistants…. Read more »

Asking for Feedback from Your Virtual Assistant

When you’re in a partnership with a virtual assistant, there will be moments when you need clarity. You might be working on a project together, and you might be unsure… Read more »

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How to Get More Done: Stop Letting These Two Excuses Hold You Back

Why is delegation one of the most challenging skills for leaders to master? There are two critical components of effective delegation: a competent delegatee you trust and a documented process…. Read more »

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Quiet Quitting: A Problem or a Reminder?

If you get on any sort of Social Media site or watch or listen to news regularly, you’ve likely heard or seen the term “Quiet Quitting” being thrown around frequently…. Read more »

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Entrepreneurs, Self Care, & Burnout

Working for yourself as a business owner, contractor, or freelancer means you set the rules; it’s one of the many perks that draws ambitious people to this lifestyle. But it… Read more »

Writing: When You’re Just Not That Into It

One of the earliest examples of content marketing was Benjamin Franklin’s “Poor Richard’s Almanack.” It was a yearly publication Franklin used to promote his printing business and printed more than… Read more »

3 Reasons Why Your Productivity Plummets After 2pm (and How To Stop It)

Have you ever woken up full of energy, ready to tackle your workload and clear out your schedule, only to stutter and fall into procrastination come 2pm? Yeah, it’s a… Read more »

Got Grammar? Check Out our Favorite Writing Tool

Have you ever written something and submitted or sent it, only realizing afterward that your message contained an embarrassing typo or mistake? I certainly have, and the worst times are… Read more »