Essential Systems for Entrepreneurs

Jen Lawrence

There’s a lot to consider – legal concerns, tracking financials, and getting all the work done. Email, Calendar, Task Management, Document Management, Password Database. Bookkeeping, Invoicing, Expenses, Accounting, Taxes. Legal.

2020 52

Major Meltdown in Time Management - Tips to Avoid it Happening To You

Productive & Organized

afreshspace   @ StephCalahan I just use a legal pad for daily to-do's but keep bigger or future projects in my outlook task list declutterlady   @ StephCalahan Hey, Stephanie, it's iPEP for me; 1 workspace/project w/ability to keep all in 1 place! kmmarketing   @ StephCalahan I enter important to-dos as calendar items in my iPhone. Break down into bite size pieces, and put the pieces on the calendar. usually at the expense of our own sanity.

2010 217

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Working From Home: Notary Public

Administrative Arts

While a dual tray printer is ideal (and will save you paper expense in the long run), you can get by with a decent single tray printer that can take both letter and legal size paper. Managing Calendars Part 2: Scheduling More Than Meetings. One work-from-home option open to Administrative and Executive Assistants is working as a Notary Public. The main job of a Notary Public is to witness signatures and attest to the authenticity of the signature.

2011 67

Best Business Technology for Small Businesses & Their Owners (28 ideas from them to you!)

Productive & Organized

Oh, did I mention that your meeting confirmation hits your google, outlook or web calendar as well as generates a confirmation email. Using this for my financial documentation coupled with AboutOne.com for my employee and legal documents has proved invaluable. When I'm done with different things (income & expenses), I make sure to update my spreadsheet right away. Remember when card readers were large, complicated, and expensive?

2011 201

Using Wordpress for Business – Let a Virtual Assistant Support You

Andrea Kalli

We have all heard horror stories about companies trapped into ultra-expensive “continual updates&# for their own websites, all because their designer did not use a platform that works for them. Rather than investing in a website that's nothing but expensive trouble to maintain and upgrade, invest in Wordpress and build a website with a supportive community, simple tools, and a huge range of free additions.

2010 116

Using Wordpress for Business – Let a Virtual Assistant Support You.

Andrea Kalli

We have all heard horror stories about companies trapped into ultra-expensive “continual updates&# for their own websites, all because their designer did not use a platform that works for them. Rather than investing in a website that's nothing but expensive trouble to maintain and upgrade, invest in Wordpress and build a website with a supportive community, simple tools, and a huge range of free additions.

2010 116

Do you like what you do?

Laughing all the Way to Work

If you know what works best for you and if your job is 80/20 on what you like then you can put up with the small stuff like filing and filling out expense forms. I gave at the office Calendar "ah ha" Introducing The Administrative Bloopers Blog What ever happened to the "us" in Service? I am not a legal expert and do not claim to give any legal advice.

2009 132

What ever happened to the "us" in Service?

Laughing all the Way to Work

It was expensive,but when I brought it home I had to do all the work to get it up and running. I gave at the office Calendar "ah ha" Introducing The Administrative Bloopers Blog What ever happened to the "us" in Service? I am not a legal expert and do not claim to give any legal advice. Laughing All the Way to Work: A Survival Blog for Todays Administrative Assistant We all have to work, but who says we cant enjoy it too!

2010 100

Laughing All the Way to Work: A Survival Blog for Today's.

Laughing all the Way to Work

He wrote in one sentence that he had "expensive experience" instead of "extensive" and in another wrote "tits" instead of "its." I gave at the office Calendar "ah ha" Introducing The Administrative Bloopers Blog What ever happened to the "us" in Service? I am not a legal expert and do not claim to give any legal advice.

2009 100

Monty Python Officeland

Laughing all the Way to Work

He wrote in one sentence that he had " expensive experience" instead of "extensive" and in another wrote "tits" instead of "its." I gave at the office Calendar "ah ha" Introducing The Administrative Bloopers Blog What ever happened to the "us" in Service? I am not a legal expert and do not claim to give any legal advice.

2009 100