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Let a virtual office help you work smarter so you can get enough zzzzzzzzzzs to stay on top of your game. Americans work more hours than workers in other industrialized countries, and according to Gallup Work and Education surveys, no Americans work longer hours than the self-employed. Half of self-employed businesspeople work more than 44 hours a week and…read more →
Why deal with paper taking up space when you can go virtual? Why deal with a costly physical office taking up space when you can have a virtual office? E-book sales are red-hot. In February alone, e-books racked up sales of $90 million, more than tripling February 2010 sales, and there's no end in sight. Now, I'm a booklover. …read more →
While smaller may be better for some things like portable digital devices, instruments for microsurgery, or nanotechnology, a solo or small business may benefit from appearing larger than it is – as if it has a team of employees and unlimited resources. The perfect solution? Virtual offices, of course. Clients have a greater comfort level when a business seems…read more →
The other day Forbes.com published an article that I thoroughly enjoyed, though I also felt a little embarrassed. Informative, detailed, and colorful, it was a great piece titled "Twenty-Three Ways Your Laziness Is Costing You Money". And to that, I had to add #24. Not looking into investing in a virtual office. Forbes came up with quite a list…read more →
60 is the new 40, and today's baby boomers feel and think young. Even as downsizing companies increasingly lay off older workers, most boomers wouldn't consider retiring. And with pension funds shrinking, not all can afford to. A second career can be a financial necessity, as well as personally rewarding. Opening a virtual office can make that new career a…read more →