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Outsourcing Service Providers Help You Achieve A Strong Virtual Business

July 29th, 2014


Virtual businesses are quickly becoming more and more commonplace in the world of business. The traditional methods of having to travel to and stay in one office building to run a business no longer apply. With the technologies we have access to today, running a virtual business is not only possible, it’s incredibly practical. Virtual businesses are cheaper than running a physical business, allow you to work when you want to work, and are overall better working experiences. You’ve probably heard this pitch before, but we couldn’t be more serious about this. If you’re interested in running a virtual business, they key to the whole thing lies in outsourcing. When you ..Continue reading.. »

Go Beyond Business and Fuel your Dreams

July 9th, 2014

Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or been toying with the idea of working for yourself, this is the year to go beyond business. In today’s world, concepts and business practices become more obsolete at faster rates than ever before in history. In other words, don’t blink!

Beyond Business Live, presented by 123Employee, will open your eyes and help you focus on what you need to be doing; not just to keep your business above water, but also to soar to new levels. We want you to be sure you know which strategies will bring the results you’re looking for and which have gone the way of the dinosaur.

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Lifestyles of the Rich and Not-So-Rich Entrepreneur

July 2nd, 2014

So your new to this lifestyle, are you? You’ve worked a few jobs in your life, but nothing quite matches what it’s like to own your own business. So many changes! Some things you were prepared for, and others, well, nobody told you about those, did they?

The biggest difference between working for someone else and working for yourself lies in the realm of responsibility. Whereas an employee is not responsible for the business he/she works for, an entrepreneur is responsible for everything—period. Paying for inventory, keeping the lights on and making sure goals are met all fall on the shoulders of the entrepreneur.

Looking in from the outside, ..Continue reading.. »

123Employee Virtual Assistants

June 27th, 2014

Many new entrepreneurs assume that when they leave their jobs and start their own businesses they’ll be headed toward a life of relaxation from the start. They often discover just the opposite. Self-employment is anything but a paid vacation. It can be hard work, especially in the beginning.

The numbers of hours in a week is finite. Attention must be paid to scheduling a wide variety of essential tasks: administration, blog and article generation, email management and more. Some of the tasks required to run a business are related to operations while others generate income. If you skip steps you might delay your progress. Who said ..Continue reading.. »

Who Attends Live Events?

June 25th, 2014

 Live events: conferences, seminars and symposiums and the like all pack more bang than what might be perceived at face value. One of the secrets to their success has nothing to do with the programs, but instead is couched in attendance.

Who’s Who? On average, people who attend Live Events are more successful than people who don’t. Why? Because they continue to learn, and in a world where things continue to change at a rapid pace, keeping up on what’s current is vital. Attending Live Events allows you to connect with likeminded people who are like yourself, success-oriented. They believe, as you do, in the value of learning. Connecting with other knowledge-seekers will expand your ..Continue reading.. »

Entrepreneurs: Budgeting Time and Money

June 19th, 2014

Learning how to budget time and money and then sticking to that budget is important, whether you’re an entrepreneur or not. If you are an entrepreneur, they’re both as vital to your business as earning money. You could earn millions, but what would it matter if whatever comes in goes right back out? Not much.

Spending some of what you earn to run the business can’t be helped. But you want to hang onto some of the cash you generate, don’t you? If you don’t already do it, you’ll need to learn how to budget. Stashing a few dollars away is impossible unless you acquire this skill. There’s a trick to budgeting and once you learn it, you’ll benefi ..Continue reading.. »

Begin Your Business Today!

June 10th, 2014

Have you decided to run with one or more of those amazing ideas you’ve been coming up with? The road to entrepreneurship is wide open. Begin now! As long as you follow a plan of action with clearly defined steps, you stand a better chance than ever of succeeding.

The first step of a potentially successful entrepreneur is to identify the need for a product or service and attempt to fill it. The next steps are to market yourself effectively so that your business becomes familiar to potential clients. That’s the challenging part for a lot o ..Continue reading.. »

Successful Outsourcing Begins with Effective Management

May 28th, 2014

Are you ready to free yourself from the monumental task of executing day to day tasks associated with running your business? Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step in realizing the freedom you’ve been striving for—and weren’t personal and financial freedom two reasons you started a business in the first place?

The new-found freedom you experience by outsourcing tasks will allow you to spend more of your days doing things that really matter to you, such as spending time with family and friends, and also coming up with new id ..Continue reading.. »

Beyond Tweeting: Use Twitter Search Functions to Generate Targeted Conversations

May 16th, 2014

Many entrepreneurs and businesspeople who consider themselves to be social media-savvy aren’t aware they’re missing the boat—a very BIG boat that leads to financial success. Are you one of these people? Let’s find out. You may be all over Facebook and well represented on LinkedIn. That’s good, but only part of the picture. If you don’t also use Twitter as a marketing tool in an ever-growing digital marketplace, you’re not only missing that boat, but guaranteed, you’re competition will be ready to board at the next port and sail off into the sunset with your clients. Character is Everything Using Twitter to grow a following is a matter of chara ..Continue reading.. »

Three Step Formula for Filling Events

May 9th, 2014

Cultivating a positive image in the marketplace takes a lot of effort. It can also take a long time. How long will depend on the strategies you choose to implement and the consistency with which you set them in motion.

We all know that people do business with people they know, like and trust. Marketing is the process we use to be sure that happens. Prospects will need to be exposed to your business a few times in order to feel comfortable using your services or buying products. Event marketing will speed up the process and will also create a firm foundation for brand awareness.

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