Writing for Websites

You’re a successful professional. You own your own business. You can certainly write. Of all the services I offer, writing is the one that gets overlooked the most – at first. Yes, you’re capable of writing but there are several reasons why you shouldn’t.

  • Writing for Websites is Different – Very Different. English teachers cover your ears, but other than spelling, grammar and syntax, everything that we learned in school about writing is outdated. The pace of life is different. Technology ...
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Simple Solution for Managing Passwords

It might sound simple, but one of the little things you can do to simplify your business and your life this year is get control of your passwords. Too many people have the same password for every site they use and with prevalence of hacking, this becomes a very dangerous habit. Don’t waste your time telling me how hard it is to create and manage passwords – I know, the struggle is real. Correction, the struggle was real. Enter Read More →

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Managing Your Task List

With the New Year approaching, you may be thinking about your professional and personal goals for the upcoming year. Although I’ve never put much stock in New Year’s Resolutions per se, it is a good practice to think about where you want your business to be in the next year and create actionable tasks that will help get you there. There are a ton of options available to help you manage your task lists, and I’ve tried dozens over the ...

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Tracking Mileage

With Tax Season quickly approaching, it’s a good time to remind you of the advantage of using a mobile app to track your mileage. As a business owner, you already know the huge tax advantage of tracking your mileage – but if you’re still manually recording your miles, or worse, not recording them at all, I highly recommend obtaining and utilizing an app to track your miles.

Of course, there are many apps to choose from, and a variety of options ...

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Why Hire a Professional Writer?

One of the most common things I hear from clients is, “I’ll do the writing myself.” Sure, you can write. But should you?

While it’s true that all of these individuals are perfectly capable of constructing complete sentences, all have found tremendous value in utilizing our writing and editing services.

Like all professional skills, good writing takes time to cultivate. Years of writing hones the nuance of the message, style, tone and personality. The proper message also takes time to develop; ...

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Overcoming the Fear of Change

If there has been one constant in my career, it has been that most people fear change – and by most people I mean at least 99% of people have a moderate to extreme dislike or fear of change. Any change. Software and technology is no exception. In fact, as far as business is concerned, it probably rates up at the top of most people’s hate list. Ironically, change is one of the few constants in our lives. Our bodies ...

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of New Technology

All of us have probably either invested time in learning a new program only to realize it wasn’t everything we needed, or upgraded an existing program only to be disappointed by bugs that leave us with a negative perception of the program. At the least this can perpetuate a negative perception of change or worse, it can costly waste of time and energy. The solution isn’t to avoid technological changes, rather to manage them.

Here are some suggestions for avoiding ...

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Reducing New Business Expenses

Starting a new business is daunting. There are a hundred things that have to be done in tandem and a lot of costs associated with each of those tasks. Some of those costs are non-negotiable but there are many solutions and options that can be implemented at very low cost, sometimes even for free. We love cheap and free – and we’re always happy to share our favorites with you.

For many, the idea of a free program sounds suspicious, but ...

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Fav Software: OneNote

As you’ve likely figured out by now, we love sharing our favorite software programs with you. One of the programs that easily cracks the top five favorites is Microsoft’s OneNote. The funny thing is, considering how easy it is to use, and how much we love it now, it wasn’t immediately obvious how we would utilize it. Ironically, the one thing that makes the program super awesome, is also what makes it’s user harder to pinpoint it’s ...

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Home Office Organization

Many of us work at least part of the time from our home office but have you given much thought to the functionality and ‘vibe’ of this work space? If you’re spending any amount of time here at all it is worth a little bit of time and organization to make sure that it is as functional as your corporate space, and maybe even more comfortable! Here are some tips to help ensure you’re as productive as you can be:

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