Category Archives: Business Plans

5 Simple Ways to Work Less and Make More Money

I met with a good friend of mine the other day and he’s in a situation in which soon he’ll be forced to find a way to make more money in order to keep his family afloat.  This is definitely a tough place to be in, but it’s also beneficial because it gets you thinking…

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A Quick Way to Make a Great eCommerce WordPress Website

Almost a year ago I stumbled across an awesome video by Chris Coyier from CSS-Tricks (a very pragmatic site for web developers) and I was blown away.  People who know me know that I am a WordPress fanboy, but one of the hardest thing with the platform was to make a typical eCommerce site.  After…

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3 New Year Business Resolutions That You Should Consider Doing Too

Well, I’m sure that you already have a whole list of goals that you’ve set for this year, but after reading this you may want to consider adding more. Whether you are in business now, or will be in the future, I know that these 3 resolutions will help you to make more money and…

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Day #23: More Ways to Create Passive Income

Passive income doesn’t need to just be product-based.  You can have a service business and still make passive or semi-passive income with a virtual assistant. Create your own agency Cliff Ravenscraft, who runs The Virtual Assistant Podcast, uses an American virtual assistant company called Contemporary VA.  The company itself was founded by a virtual assistant…

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Day #13: Executing Your Plan

Congratulations, you made it to the turning point in this whole process.  We are going to shift away from focusing on virtual assistants and more on the business process.  Now is the time to start looking at yourself, your plan, and your business in a way that is going to make it successful. From here…

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Day 11: Building your Business Model

I firmly believe that the majority of freelance style businesses can be outsourced in some way, if not totally. The problem is that most people who start a business think the wrong way.  In order to build an effective virtual assistant business model, you need to think like a CEO! If I do the work,…

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