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June 07, 2005 Free Articles

Entrepreneurs Ask: What Can a Virtual Assistant Do For Me?

Freeing your time is an indisputably key element in growing your business! When you delegate tasks to the capable hands of a professional Virtual Assistant (VA), you can quickly and easily refocus your energies on other aspects of business directly linked to generating revenue.

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Defining Your Niche as a Virtual Assistant

As a Virtual Assistant (VA), you know about filling a niche because you are already doing it simply by being a VA. You cater to the administrative, technical, creative, and financial needs of your clients by assisting them virtually. This itself is a niche.

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How to get the proper golf swing that suits you best

Without developing a proper golf swing, chances are that you will never really get to enjoy your golf game, let alone show any significant improvement.

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Project Management Consulting

Projects are, in general, specific tasks that run on a finite schedule: the building of a new headquarters, for instance, or the development of a new accounting system. Once the project is over, you no longer need a roject management consulting team, and by extension, you no longer need a project manager.

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Interim Executive Management: Challenge and Change

A position in interim executive management is one of the most exciting and challenging jobs you’ll ever tackle.

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Project Management Training

Project management is a very specialized and often complex task, and requires more training than the average programmer or executive might expect in very specific organizational tasks. To meet this demand, professional groups such as the Project Management Institute (PMI) were organized to set standards for the training of project managers.

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Finding A Great Change Management Consultant

Change management consultants aren’t too hard to find; if they perform properly, they work themselves out of every job! But when you’re planning massive restructuring for your company, you want the best change management consultant you can locate.

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How to Close Your Interview and Leave a Lasting Positive Impression

Knowing how to successfully close an interview can make the difference between getting the job and being one of the unfortunate individuals who receives a rejection letter in the mail. While much attention is given to the matters of how to write a resume and cover letter as well as what to expect in regards to interview questions, far too many job seekers are unprepared when comes to knowing how to successfully close an interview.

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Interview Tips - Ten Top Do's & Dont's for Winning Interviews

In this day and age it can become increasingly difficult to even get your foot in the door and get an interview; once you’ve accomplished that you will want to make sure you continue to put your best foot forward and nail the interview as well. Unfortunately, as great as their skills, experience and education are; the interview is where many people lose a job opportunity to their competition.

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How to Negotiate The Best Salary and Benefit Packages

One of the most difficult aspects of job searching for many people, especially those who are just starting out or who are making a mid-career change, is actually the salary and benefits negotiation aspect. This is true partly because some people are just naturally uncomfortable with negotiation in general and also because they may not feel knowledgeable enough about the job market to be able to effectively negotiate for better pay and benefits.

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Expand Your Resourcefullness!

The success and failure for the entrepreneur is largely dictated by the ability to gain access to resources, both personal as well as those of others. So the big question is then 'how does one become more resourceful?' Like many of the skills of the entrepreneur, resourcefulness requires constant cultivation. However, if you can develop this one skill the payoff will greatly exceed the cost!

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What Do You Really, Really, Really Want?

If the 90s British pop sensation 'the Spice Girls' ever get remembered for anything, I hope it's for bringing the question 'now tell me what you want, what you really, really want?' to the mass consciousness Now you may laugh at this, but when you really, really think about it, is there a more important question you could ask yourself?

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Technology in the Workplace - Boon or Curse?

Like all new innovations, technology in the work environment can either work for you or against you. What is good for the employer or is not always the same for the employee.

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After Your Interview - What Must You Do Next?

Other than actually landing the interview itself and living through it, waiting after the interview and wondering whether you will get a phone call or a rejection letter can be one of the most difficult aspects of searching for a job. What you do after the interview should actually start while you are still ‘working’ the interview.

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What You Should Never Put on Your Resume

Although some job-seekers believe that it's ok to inflate their job experience, this is a very shortsighted thing to do. Moral issues aside, there is a good chance you will be found out.

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