Yvonne Weld

Guides (11):

Twelve Ways You Probably Never Thought of to Utilize Your Virtual Assistant
May 14, 2007
Outsourcing office administrative tasks to a Virtual Assistant is a great way to grow your thriving business. Many Virtual Assistants offer services other than basic administrative tasks and are willing to support their clients to allow their businesses to grow and thrive.

There is More to Networking Than Meets the Eye
May 07, 2007
Do you wonder why networking is not working for you? Are you taking the time to become a referral resource for other businesses? Do you take the time to learn about other people’s business? Take the time to truly get to know the person and their business in order to become a great networking partner.

What Are You Doing To Create A Thriving Business?
April 25, 2007
Could your business survive any obstacle thrown at it, including the ultimate obstacle of your death. What considerations should you be making for your business in the event of owner death or owner absenteeism to ensure business growth and business success. Creating a business manual or office procedures manual is a crucial first step to allowing your business to prosper and reach its full potential. Does your business have a plan in place? Have you left instructions for running your business should something happen to you?

The Virtual Alternative – Why a Virtual Assistant and not an Employee?
April 18, 2007
Why use a Virtual Assistant when I could hire an in-house assistant? This is a question many small business owners ask themselves. There are several advantages to partnering with a Virtual Assistant. These advantages include no hidden costs and no wasted time and partnering with an expert and fellow business owner.

Seven Sure-Fire Ways to Make your Partnership with a Virtual Assistant a Success
April 12, 2007
Your Virtual Assistant, as a fellow business owner, can and will be an integral component to any thriving business. The keys to a successful relationship are having good communication, an open relationship, patience and respect. Keep in mind that it will also take some planning and trust on your behalf.

Partner with a Virtual Assistant to Help Your Growing Business Blossom
April 04, 2007
Partnering with a Virtual Assistant can allow busy business owners the opportunity to grow their business while knowing that all the administrative tasks are being handled on their behalf.

Using the Highs and Lows of Business Cycles to Create a Thriving Business
March 26, 2007
The best way to create a thriving business is to learn how to "go with the punches". Learning how to make the most of slow times and to cope with busy times is an important business management skill to possess. Creating systems ahead of time to help you cope with the highs and lows of business will be important to ensuring you are truly creating a thriving business.

Nine Essential Players Your Team Needs To Create a Thriving Business
March 19, 2007
Building a thriving business requires developing a team to help you stay on the road to success. Even though you are in business for yourself, you don’t need to “go it alone”. Having key players each with their own strengths working together can help to ensure your business will continue to thrive.

What Is Your Business Saying Behind Your Back?
March 08, 2007
Even when you are not physically talking about your business, the things that you have put into place through your marketing are talking “behind your back”. Have you worked to ensure that your business is saying the things you want it to say? Are your core values reflected in all of your marketing efforts as well as your personal presentation of your business?

Taking Your Business to the Next Level – When is it Time to Move Out of Your Home?
March 01, 2007
Determining if and when it is time to relocate from the convenience of a home office can be a difficult decision for any small business owner. Taking an honest look at all of the pros and cons in an unbiased way can be tricky, especially because of the convenience working from home can provide. Keep in mind a home based business is not always the best solution for every business.

What Is Your Unique Selling Proposition (USP)?
February 23, 2007
Determining your marketing advantage over your competition will assist you in developing a unique selling proposition (USP). Having a Unique Selling Proposition will allow you to describe and sell your business to potential clients.



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