When running a business from home there can be some unique challenges. On common complaint is because you work out of your home, there are friends and relatives who still don’t understand that you do actually have a real … Continued
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When companies want to add a virtual receptionist, they often think of it as an extra cost. But in reality, adding virtual reception to your team saves you money, especially when compared with a full-time, in-house receptionist.
The idea of virtual meetings has been around for years and years. Today, however, with the advent of much better technology and faster telecommunications, they are better than they have ever been, and they keep us connected.
Is it true that people are becoming addicted to their phones? I never would have thought it was possible a few years ago, but lately I have been noticing myself becoming one of those people who gets nervous when I … Continued
There are some people who inherently get why a company would have virtual staff members, and then there are those who say, why would I ever do that? Why would I outsource my company’s receptionist and perhaps even … Continued
No matter how brilliant and qualified the employees at your company are, if they can’t work together, if they can’t collaborate effectively, there is bound to be issues. Unless you are a one man, or woman, show, team … Continued
On Line or In Person. That’s the choice here. But does it truly have to be either or? In these days of online everything it’s all too easy for people to become physically isolated from the world, and it’s … Continued
American culture has for years embraced the notion that the more hours you work, the more effective you are. There are studies out now which dispute that fact. According to Lou Babuaata of Zen Habits prioritizing your Most Important Tasks, … Continued
What price do you pay when your phones go unanswered, or you are in a hurry to get the caller off the line because you are in a meeting? How valued does the caller feel? What’s the impact of losing … Continued
Multitasking. It’s a misnomer, because other than walking and chewing gum, most of the time what we call multitasking is actually not. It’s jump tasking. Meaning we start one task and get it to a certain point, and then we … Continued