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5 ways to get ready for the holidays with a virtual assistant

We are on the cusp of the holiday season.  Orders may be coming in, schedules are filling up fast and your time is being pulled in many different directions. A virtual assistant can be a huge asset to not only your sanity but more importantly, to your bottom line during this busy time of the […]

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20 Things to Outsource to a Virtual Assistant

I recently read an article published on Entrepreneur.com that was titled 10 Things to Outsource to a Virtual Assistant written in December 2012. Below is the Entrepeneur.com List: Online Research Bookkeeping Database Entries Data Presentations Managing Emails Holiday Cards Travel Research Scheduling Chasing Business Industry Knowledge Research While I completely agree with the premise of […]

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Are Your Business Decisions Getting Implemented?

Every business owner knows that decisions affecting your business have to be made pretty much every day.  There are easy decisions, and then there are those harder decisions that show up and create sleepless nights, stressful days and self doubt.  These are usually the decisions that are necessary to keep your business moving in the […]

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Assistant Match Client Spotlight_Marissa Levin

It’s our pleasure to introduce you to Marissa Levin.  We love having Marissa as a client of Assistant Match and we encourage you to connect with Marissa on her website or through social media if you would like to learn more about her business services. 1. What is the name of your business? I actually […]

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5 Ways A Virtual Assistant Can Help You Work Less and Earn More

How would you like to reduce your daily workload and increase your annual business revenues? I am sure the first question you are asking is , “how can I really work less and earn more”? You need to do more productive work using less hours in your day and make more money with less effort. […]

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Balancing Work and Family -Time is Money

Is your life centered around family, work, and play (FWP), not necessarily in that order? I am pretty sure the common denominator to ensuring a balanced life is TIME.  Spending quality time with your family, putting in enough hours at work, and having some downtime to enjoy the things in life that give you pleasure […]

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Assistant Match Client Spotlight

It’s our pleasure to introduce you to Dr. Jay Greenstein of Sport and Spine Rehab .  We encourage you to connect with Dr. Greenstein on his website or through social media if you would like to learn more about his services. 1. What is the name of your business? Sport and Spine Rehab 2. Where is it […]

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