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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 3:04 pm on May 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Outsourcing brings benefits to your small business. If your company is considering outsourcing or you’re already doing this, your business is joining an increasing global trend. There are so many things that are needed in managing and operating a business. Outsourcing can help out a lot with the operation of your business or projects. Many times it is a wise decision to invest in onshore outsourcing. Many small businesses have decided to invest in onshore outsourcing with virtual assistants. Outsourcing helps to improve your efficiency, your productivity and your bottom-line.

    Outsourcing can help you to save money and reduce your over-head cost. It can help to reduce your need to hire additional in-house help. When you make the choice to outsource, you have to learn how to delegate and decide on which functions could be outsourced. Many small businesses have chosen to outsource their administrative office support, marketing, business management, blog posting, social media management, transcription, strategic planning, business planning etc, etc…

    Outsourcing these types of operations and others can help to lighten your load, improve your focus and your business productivity. This helps you to start and finish projects quickly and gives you more time to invest in more business opportunities. Onshore outsourcing can help you to manage and reduce risks. Outsourcing can help your small business look “big” by giving you access and support to the same economies of scale, efficiency, and expertise that large companies enjoy. Get started and outsource today!!!

     
    • JOSIE HICKS 9:51 am on June 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t think I’ve seen this described that way before. You actually have clarified this for me. Thank you!

      • Clerical Business Solutions 11:04 pm on June 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hi, Josie,

        I’m glad that it helped you understand a little more about outsourcing. Outsourcing can help individuals & businesses big & small in so many ways.

    • capcorp 4:29 pm on August 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I couldn’t agree more. As a business coach, this is something I have encouraged my clients to do. That recommendation lead three of my partners to start VirtualEStaff — A US based company located in Wilmington, NC with offshore operations in the Philippines. VirtualEStaff provides virtual assistants / virtual employees @ $5.50/hour.

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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 5:52 pm on April 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Just Delegate & Outsource To Your Virtual Business Assistant 

    Sometimes throughout the life of your business or projects you need extra helping hands. That’s when you have to learn how to delegate & outsource by utilizing the resources of others to benefit your business or projects. Remove non-critical work from your to-do-list & delegate it to an outside business resource like a Virtual Business Assistant. Many times delegating & outsourcing to a Virtual Business Assistant can benefit your business in many ways & become your resource in your time of need.

    When you delegate & outsource you are handing off  tasks or operations to someone else & entrusting them with different tasks, operations or powers to help you get the job done right. That’s where a virtual business assistant comes in handy; by becoming a trusted & reliable resource that you can delegate to.

    Make a list of your non-core business functions or tasks that need attention but could be better outsourced & handled by someone else. You can utilize outsourcing to help reduce your workload or offload your overflow work. If you don’t have time to do them, some things are a distraction, you need some things handled quickly or you need continuous business assistance then just delegate & outsource to your Virtual business assistant!

    A virtual business assistant can handle a variety of things for you or your team. But it all depends on your needs & the type of virtual assistant that you choose to partner with. Virtual Assistants work in many different industries & for different types of people. A virtual assistant can help you with office management, project management, document creation, marketing, strategy, articles, strategic planning, thesis, dissertations, websites, blogs, transcription, public relations, coaching, consulting etc, etc…

    Many have found that delegating & outsourcing to a virtual business assistant has become the solution for their business needs. Now go ahead, just delegate & outsource to your Virtual Business Assistant today!

     
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    • Mark 6:35 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I’d like to offer some advice: when recruiting a virtual assistant, specify that they will need to know your native language as they will be making phone calls for you. This will ensure you are connected with a virtual assistant who has a superior understanding of your native language.

      • Clerical Business Solutions 12:59 am on May 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Mark,

        I agree completely, because communication IS ALWAYS KEY! Being able to communicate with your clients/ customers or on their behalf is very important & communication has a lot to do with language.~Clerical Business Solutions

  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 4:34 pm on March 31, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Strategic Planning IS For The Small Business 

    You might seem to think that strategic planning is ONLY for large corporations, well….think again. Strategic planning IS for small businesses too. Strategic planning is matching the strengths of your business to available opportunities. Also taking into account your weaknesses & how you can improve on them.

    The whole concept of strategic planning is to lay out a significant strategy of how you will operate your business, market, keep things running efficiently & get ahead of the competition.

    Planning can make the difference between the success or failure of your business. In addition to that it’s sticking to & taking continuous action in your implementation that determines if your plan will succeed or fail. Strategic planning is a tool in business not your goal. Strategic planning can be time consuming & take away from the overall administrative management of your business, so it should not be the consumer of your time or your teams time.

    That’s why many small businesses, solo-entrepreneurs or top management leverage the resources of others in an area like this. You need a strategy & a plan of the basics that will get your business strategically positioned to develop in the direction that you want it to go. If your business is to succeed and grow, it is essential to dedicate some time in identifying how to best position your company to meet existing resource demands. So get started on your strategic plan today!

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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 6:33 pm on March 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Can’t Afford Employees? Then Subcontract / Outsource 

    If you can’t afford employees or you just simply don’t want them then outsource. Outsourcing can really help your business or projects. Individuals, small business, consultants & professionals, subcontract & outsource to Virtual Business Assistant Services. This way, they avoid all employees costs, hassles & operate a more productive business. You can utilize outsourcing services on a temporary or permanent basis.

    Get the help & support that you need without having to hire or deal with employees. You can do this by subcontracting & outsourcing. Stop trying to do it all, just offload and outsource to Virtual Business Assistant services. Outsourcing can make your job a lot easier and improve your productivity & efficiency in your business or projects.

    Many small businesses & professionals offload and outsource to Virtual Business Assistant Services like Clerical Business Solutions. Clerical Business Solutions provides business office management services.

    Virtual Business Assistant Services provide a variety of administrative office support services. It all depends on your needs. Learn to delegate and outsource to a Virtual Business Assistant Company like Clerical Business Solutions.

    Clerical Business Solutions partners with small business & professionals to help them improve their productivity, efficiency and their bottom-line. Clerical Business Solutions has a variety of services to help benefit your business or projects and will become your backbone from behind the scenes.

    For your business or project needs contact Clerical Business Solutions. Your contact person will be Renee: clericalbusinesssolutions@gmail.com

    Some office management services available:

    • General Correspondence / Letter creation & management
    • Transcription of ebooks, thesis, dissertations, manuscripts etc…
    • Newsletter Campaigns
    • Routine Maintenance Tasks,Calendar Management
    • Create Systems Of Organization/ Implementation
    • Reminder Service
    • Spreadsheet creation
    • Strategy Planning Assistance
    • Power Point Presentations
    • PDF Document Conversions
    • Project Management Support
    • Client/ Customer Follow-up
    • Public Relations Support
    • Article Writing
    • Planning (meeting, travel, etc…) & More, Just inquire about additional services.
     
    • Bob 12:41 pm on April 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      A Virtual Assistant is very in demand business today. It helps a lot in online business services and it’s more cheaper.

      • Clerical Business Solutions 2:54 pm on April 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Bob, that’s very true.
        A virtual assistant can help a lot of businesses & individuals. It just all depends on the need of the person or business.

        ~Clerical Business Solutions
        Virtual Business Assistant, Office Management Specialist,
        Providing assistance with overflow work, subcontracting,
        outsourcing in business office management.

    • Doreen Milstein 2:30 am on April 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      There is obviously a lot to learn about this. There were some pretty good points.

  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 12:53 am on January 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Stay Prepared For Business Taxes 

    Throughout the life and management of your business you should have things in order especially when it comes to tax time. This is one of the one of the many times that you don’t want to screw up in business. Sometimes preparing your business for tax time can be a pain but it must get done.

    You should have had things organized already. Like your receipts & other important tax info. All receipts should be original, not copies. The IRS already knows how businesses big & small try to deduct as much as possible. So have your things in order, just in case of an audit. Have proper storage for your receipts & tax info in a safe organized place such a secure organized fire proof file cabinet or storage boxes etc…

    Also recheck things with your bookkeeper, payroll company and/ or get assistance from a CPA, tax specialist or your local IRS office for free. Whatever the condition of your business finances, always pay your taxes.

    If you don’t know then educate yourself on business taxes. Education will really help you out in the long run. Sometimes if the nature of your business is somewhat consistent from year to year, you may be able to manage your business taxes by yourself.

    Look into taking advantage of many tax breaks.Tax laws can be confusing, especially with the constantly changing stipulations for business filings. So it’s always good to educate yourself & get help.

    It’s always great to get a tax advisor or some form of tax help. You can get great info from IRS website–> http://www.irs.gov

     
    • Una Padula 10:56 pm on January 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

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    • Len Foster 10:36 am on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Tax is something I always outsource to people who know what they are doing and can give good advice on reducing my tax bill.

      I am a big fan of outsourcing with any work at all and have a site dedicated to promoting outsourcing http://www.easyoutsourcingforprofits.com

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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 7:43 pm on January 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Invest In Onshore Outsourcing For Your Business Or Projects 

    Many professionals, entrepreneurs and business owners have yet to realize or reap the benefits of onshore outsourcing. Onshore outsourcing can be accomplished in a cost-effective manner and is a worthwhile investment. Sometimes the term “outsourcing” can evoke negative connotations. But it’s not a negative, it’s a positive. Especially when it’s onshore outsourcing & more localized.

    There are many companies & professionals who reap the benefits of onshore outsourcing everyday with great success by putting it to work for them. They do this by utilizing a Virtual Business Assistant or Virtual Business Manager.

    Onshore outsourcing helps to reduce or eliminate the breakdown in communication as opposed to offshore outsourcing, which is better for business. By utilizing onshore outsourcing through a Virtual Business Assistant, people have found that outsourcing their administrative office support is helping their business or projects a lot. With the great leaps, bounds and improvements in today’s technology & the internet world, so many things can be accomplished virtually than ever before.

    Utilizing a Virtual Business Assistant has helped many businesses address many employee staffing dilemmas. Which means that you work with a Virtual Business Assistant as a partner not an employee. You can utilize this assistance with or without employees or on an as need basis. With a Virtual  Business  Assistant, you have an outlet to offload, outsource & get your business or projects moving in the right direction. This way, you can relax and release the stresses of your daily business management, you can become more organized, get work completed in a more timely manner or obtain benefical consulting advice.

    There are many things that a Virtual Business Assistant can do for you:

    • administrative office support/ business management
    • word processing/ typing: letters, documents, e-books/ books, thesis, dissertation, manuals transcription, minutes, memos, manuals etc….
    • company liaison
    • strategic planning assistant
    • blog posting, article writing
    • business plans
    • social network site maintenance/ setup
    • create systems of organization
    • Data entry/ management
    • client contact
    • desktop publishing
    • keeping your itinerary/ calendar management
    • event planning/ conformations
    • creation of surveys, spreadsheets  AND MUCH MORE!!

    Just imagine… All elements of your project under control. Organized. Signed off and moving forward with a Virtual Business Assistant. Starting now and the years to come, utilizing a Virtual Business Assistant is becoming the way to operate a business in a more efficient manner and a key business strategy. This business strategy helps you to get ahead of your competition, a way for you to stay more effctive in your industry and a great way for you to branch out without you having to incur additional in-house business expenses.

    As business owners or professionals, we all want to do more with less, stay more productive and keep our business in business. So onshore outsourcing is the way to go.

    Many project personnel, professionals and business owners will get more work done, improve on their business or projects by building virtual business partnerships with a Virtual Business Assistant. Developing partherships or alliences with the resources of other businesses is a wise business strategy and will have your competition wondering how in the world you’re able to just do it all with little to no effort. In this approach, a lead organization creates alliances externally, with other groups or companies that possess the best in class competencies to deliver services or to build specific products in the best time frame time possible.

    Remember that  onshore outsourcing to a Virtual Business Assistant is a wise business move and a great business investment.

     
    • Len Foster 10:41 am on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Really love this post and I could not agree more with the points it makes. Too many people try to do everything for them selves to ‘save money’ when it would be far more cost effective to outsource it I advocate this on my site http://www.easyoutsourcingforprofits.com

  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 8:28 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    There Is A Strategy To Email Management 

    There are strategies to many things that you do in a business and email management should have a strategy also. Sometimes email can be a monster to manage. Many people spend the majority of their day sifting through this madness. Email management is a big part of business communication & customer service, which continues to grow.

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    For most companies there is a steady growth of inbound emails and they have to figure out cost-effective measures to help manage it all.

    It is the first line of communication for some companies. Many times this way of communication is how many companies resolve customer issues. With email, it can be a challenge responding to customer inquiries in a timely manner. Your company has to find a way to utilize this medium to improve customer expectation, external perception & internal communication. It doesn’t have to be as bad as it seems with a little organization and security implementation.

    Email management can be as smooth as pie and it should be taken into consideration with any other type of records management system. It should be addressed similar to the organizational standards of addressing other information and records management.

    A company works with four major types of records which are:

    • Vital
    • Important
    • Useful
    • Nonessential

    Your company needs policies and tools for managing emails, such as:

    • Classification
    • Storage
    • Preservation
    • Management
    • Destruction

    Once you have the proper tools in place, retrieving needed information can be easy and help to keep incoming information on track. Very few companies have implemented solid e-mail management strategies. Having email management and security is very important for all businesses big and small.

    Failure to implement e-mail management strategies of organization, security and dissemination of information can pose some risks to your organization. Some companies haven’t defined e-mail management, and they’ve left it to individuals to delete, manage, classify and save e-mail on their desktop computers. That could be an unorganized way to manage email. Depending on the types of information that you receive and the email address that’s used, there should be someone (or a group) specific to handle them.

    It can pose a big risk if you don’t know who’s doing what and how it’s being done. But when it comes to deciding how long to retain e-mails, how to determine which messages to keep or delete and whether to use encryption, many organizations don’t have a clue.

    Depending on how your company is structured, you can implement different types of email management software or security protection to help.You can also checkout some email organization tips  here.

    It’s a mistake to set policies that address e-mail usage but disregard e-mail content.  Information should be managed according to its value to the organization and according to any regulatory requirements that are in place.

     
  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 6:31 pm on December 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Don’t Stress Over Email: Manage It! 

    When trying to decipher your email and get on with your day, don’t spend all of your quality time on it. It can be a time waster if you don’t manage it & use it wisely. If you are in business that can be bad for business. Learn to go through your emails in a more proficient & organized way.

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    A. HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHECK IT ?

    Many of our most important communications are done through email. Many people would say check it only 2 times a day, that’s fine if you are not running a business. In business, that may be impossible, you be the judge. If you can successfully manage your business emails by only checking them twice a day that’s good. For a lot of other people twice a day would mean missed opportunities, so 4-5 times a day may be enough.

    Ponder the purpose of each email & ask yourself “Is this a good use of my time ?” You must have a system in place & allow only specific times of the day to check your email. Go through each one & decide what’s most important to get through your business day. Make notes of the important ones (name of the email, date &/ or time), how soon or when you need to handle that email.

    To have a more productive day don’t spend all of your time or several hours on emails till the point where you can’t finish your business of the day. Make a list of the times or days that you will go through your email & stick to it! Save the none improtant stuff for later times in the day, on the weekend or at the close of business; stuff like saying hello to friends, reading jokes, filtering spam.

    B. IMPLEMENT STEPS TO ORGANIZE & PRIORITIZE EMAILS

    If you get a lot of email, a way to insure that you see the most important emails you can start by having 2 accounts. Use your main or 1st email address for general purposes ( this could be the one that you put on your business cards). The 2nd one could be like an unlisted phone number ( it’s the one that you only give to select people, important clients, special email notices etc….)

    Another option is to use the filter functions on your emails. This automatically routes incoming messages from certain people to their own special folders. You can use filters to seperate business from personal emails. You can even direct different client messages into their own unique folders.  Filters will also sort junk mail. Set your filter to detect incoming messages that have words like “friends”, “make money”, “hot”, “sexy” and so on to the trash bin, junk folder etc…

    C. PROCESS PROMPTLY THEN FILE OR DELETE

    Read each email once or twice then file it or delete it. Take no more than 24-48 hours to decide on deleting or filing each email. The only ones that should linger in your inbox are ones that you haven’t read yet, that require an action or response from you or for others to see. Your email must become a part of your to-do list & by keeping your incoming emails low, it’s a real time saver.

    By using these steps you will know that items in your inbox will require an action or response then messages that you’ve dealt with have been filed, deleted or archived. For emails that you must keep, create folders for clients, projects, special info then drag & drop emails (after you’ve read them) to the right folder. Don’t create too many special folders, this becomes a time waster, you’ll have too many places to look when you are trying to find an old email then you’ll become unorganized yet once again & you’ll have to start over.

    You could also try to file all emails that you’ve read or dealt with into one or two big folders or save them to a disc/cd, then you won’t have to wonder where you filed them. No matter which method that you use, periodically go through all your folders & delete any thing that you no longer need.

    D. DON’T PRINT OUT EMAILS

    If you print out your emails start now to stop this habit. It increases the amount of paper that you have to deal with, it wastes time & causes you to hold on to unnecessary emails. Filing & retrieving is quicker on your computer. You can also use contact management software like ACT, Goldmine (that way each email is linked to the name of the person that sent it to you then emails that you send are linked to the recipients record). The only time to print out an email is when it pertains to a specific project so print it out then file it with the project.

    E. USEFUL SUBJECT HEADERS

    Scrolling through lots of vague subject headers like “FYI”, “Meeting”, “Question” etc.. is a time waster. Put specific subject headers in all the emails that you send, when recipients reply, your header will carry over. Your stored emails will clearer subject lines. Some email programs will allow you to change the subject lines on emails that’s already been received.

    F. FAST REPLIES

    If you get lots of email inquiries about the same issues over & over again, create templates in your email program, for quick routine replies. You can customize them so it’s still faster than writing from scratch.

    G. TO EMAIL OR NOT TO EMAIL

    Email is a great time saving tool when you are sending the same message to several people or if you need a record of exactly what was discussed such as project details. Its more private than faxing, if many people share the same fax machine. You may not want to email urgent messages unless you know that the recipient is in the office & they check their email continually.Try sending a voice mail if they are out. If you need a back-and-forth conversation, try making a phone call or instant messaging. Sometimes emails waste more time than it saves.

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    • lenfoster 4:22 pm on December 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Anything that saves time, cuts down on the day to day grind and the sameness of certain tasks always gets my vote. There is a good case for outsourcing some mail management as there is so much time lost sorting through unwanted mail

      You can find out more about the benefits of outsourcing at
      http://easyoutsourcingforprofits.com/

      • Clerical Business Solutions 9:07 pm on December 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Lenfoster,

        There are many ways to manage this madness that’s called email. Sometimes email can seem like a necessary evil, lol. As you stated, many companies and professionals have chosen to outsource their email management for general reasons or success in maintaining their business or projects.

        Email happens but in many cases it’s needed and must be managed.

        Clerical Business Solutions
        Virtual Assistant Company & Business Management Assistance~ Providing outsourcing solutions & business or project assistance. http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net

    • 4 Hour Workweek Project 5:43 pm on February 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      You have really put together a great article here. I have done many of the basic things you suggest but your information has provided me with some other things to think about.

      I am going to try your 2 Account idea…I think this could really work for me.

      Thanks a lot….

      • Clerical Business Solutions 3:26 pm on March 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hi 4 Hour,

        I hope this info helps you, cause so many people get stressed out over email. It can ruin your day, till you just can’t get anything done. It’s always good to have a system in place & develop your own system to keep thing organized.

        ~Clerical Business Solutions
        Administrative Business Management Company
        http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net

    • Len Foster 8:12 am on March 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      As far as reading emails or doing anything on the internet goes I have one golden rule that must be obeyed.

      If I suddenly start reading or looking at junk I turn my head to the left to look at my notice board. There’s a sign there that says
      1 What am I doing right now that will make or save me money?

      2 What can I do right now that will make or save me money?

      3 What is the most important thing I could be doing right now that will make or save me money?

      I look at the sign, look at what I’m doing and that pretty much decides if I carry on or not. Doing this provides focus and saves time as well.

    • 4 Hour Workweek Project 2:35 pm on March 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Len,

      This is a great idea and thanks for sharing – I am going to make up my own sign today and put it up. I’m quite sure it will help me stay right on track in my work-day….

    • Len Foster 8:07 am on March 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      A few more things I do to manage email

      1 Don’t have a sound attached to incoming email

      2 Only look at emails twice a day (max)

      3 Set your ‘out of office’ reply to say something like “Due to my current work load I only read emails from 8.30 to 9.00 a.m. and 4.00 to 4.30 p.m. so my apologies if you don’t get an immediate reply to your email. If it’s important call me on XXXXXXXXX

      People may get a bit upset initially but soon they will realise the value of your time and their own.

    • Len Foster 9:54 am on March 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      If you use webmail and your inbox has gotten out of control you can type create a folder for a person type in their name in the ‘search mail’ box then when all their emails appear simply move them to the folder. Mass filing done quickly 🙂

      • Clerical Business Solutions 10:37 pm on March 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Len,

        Good tip, it’s a good idea to find and utilized a system of organization. because being overloaded with emails can be a problem and keep you unorganized.

        Having an efficient way to manage many business operations is very important. That’s why may people or businesses utilize Virtual Business Assistance for their business or projects. A Virtual Business Assistant can help you to streamline your operations, help to take the load off of you so you can focus on other things, help you to keep/ monitor your appointments, help to keep you organized and more.

        When you get a change consider working with a Virtual Business Assistant, http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net ,the services are beneficial, cost-effective & keeps you organized.

        Clerical Business Solutions~
        Virtual Business Assistant Services
        http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net

    • Tim Sanchez 7:20 pm on March 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Very interesting article. You made a lot of good points. Organization is the key to emails,life,etc. And when you find an organized company, it really makes you happy. For instance, I recently used Auto Shipping Network to ship some cars overseas and was astonished to see how organized they were. Look them up if you ever need to ship a car overseas. Good Stuff!!!

      • Clerical Business Solutions 10:28 pm on March 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Tim,

        Thanks, I hope it was helpful. Through out the life of your business or personal life many times email is highly important and organization is key. Organization is very important for many of your business operations. And just like you stated, that when you find an organized company it makes you happy, yes, it sure does.

        That’s why may people or businesses utilize Virtual Business Assistance for their business or projects. A Virtual Business Assistant can help you to streamline your operations, help you keep/ monitor your appointments, help to keep you organized and more.

        When you get a change consider working with a Virtual Business Assistant, http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net ,the services are beneficial, cost-effective & keeps you organized.

        Clerical Business Solutions~
        Virtual Business Assistant Services
        http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net

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