by Sue Collier | March 31, 2021 | Business

Online learning and training have become not just a critical marketing channel for executives and professionals, but another avenue for generating revenue that compliments core service offerings. The e-learning market is expected to exceed $300 billion …

by Sue Collier | March 5, 2021 | Human Resources

Have you ever seen a professional football team go out onto the field without learning the playbook? Or a conductor leading an orchestra without a score? Well, that’s what operating a small business without an employee handbook looks like. Disorganized …

by Sue Collier | January 26, 2021 | Marketing

Keeping an eye on the performance of your email campaigns is crucial for maintaining your brand and getting good deliverability and conversion rates. When your campaign isn’t bringing in the results you’d hoped for, it might be time for an email market …

by Sue Collier | January 6, 2021 | Business, Productivity

The best PowerPoint presentations shouldn’t be remembered. Instead, they should fall into the background to support you and the message you’re trying to get across. What does stand out is a bad PowerPoint presentation. Whether it’s too many lines of te …

by Sue Collier | December 9, 2020 | Productivity

A content calendar is a way to plan the written content that you will be sharing on social media, email, or your website over the next week, month, or year. The calendar allows you to visualize what content will be distributed when and allows you to co …

by Sue Collier | November 23, 2020 | Legal

Operating your law office remotely means thinking about more than just the nuts and bolts of Zoom calls and document sharing.  It also means managing a team remotely.  Being able to ensure you’re your team is completing work according to instructions a …

by Sue Collier | November 10, 2020 | Human Resources, Virtual Assistant

As businesses have increasingly migrated their operations from the office to remote working arrangements, while simultaneously coping with a challenging economic environment, many are shifting business functions outside of the organization. While many …

by Eric Wall | October 21, 2020 | Business, Virtual Assistant

With more people working remotely, either temporarily or for the long-term, more businesses are considering outsourcing operations and bringing on a virtual assistant. When exploring options, most businesses are immediately confronted with the question …

by Sue Collier | October 15, 2020 | Business, Marketing

In an increasingly digital world, one way to distinguish yourself is refreshingly old-school:  publishing your own book.  A book is an instant reputation-builder:  It conveys expertise in a subject matter, provides a platform for your ideas, and serves …

by Eric Wall | September 17, 2020 | Legal

Even as we move toward the end of 2020, the physical offices of many law firms are still closed with no plans to reopen anytime soon. As remote legal practices remain the norm, the task of keeping client files and other proprietary information safe is …

by Sue Collier | August 24, 2020 | Marketing

When much of the country went on lockdown in March 2020 given fears of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the nation, many industries had to quickly pivot. The real estate industry is just one of the many that thrive on personal connection—from home sho …

by Sue Collier | July 22, 2020 | Business, Productivity

From a business perspective, coronavirus has rendered the future almost impossible to predict.  The plan was that shutdowns in March would be followed by a gradual relaxation of restrictions and the ramp up of businesses.  It hasn’t turned out that way …

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