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“Procrastination buster wasn’t a job title I had come across before I met Laura, but it’s definitely the right one for her. In two hours of working with me, she helped me achieve more on a project then I had in the 6 months before. She also gave me some useful hints and tips on tools to use, which have […]

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Passing on the Procrastination Busting Baton! Post 3!

The next blog in the procrastination busting blog series, is all about apps and using technology to your advantage! Cloud Applications & Tools to help you keep on track! Without name dropping, you’ve probably heard of the phrase ‘there’s an app for that’. Generally speaking, when it comes to business, there is an online tool that can help you with what […]

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Passing on the Procrastination Busting Baton! Post 2!

Carrying on from the first post in this procrastination busting tips series of blog posts, here is my second instalment! When should I start outsourcing? Can I afford it? One of the things that a lot of people struggle with when they first start their business, generally involves something to do with pricing structure. Don’t worry we’ve all been there! Some […]

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Passing on the Procrastination Busting Baton! Post 1!

I’ve recently been asked to talk at a few events – strangely enough, two of them happened to be on the same day! The brief for both sessions was to talk about tips & tools that I use to keep on track and be productive by procrastination busting! I thought that it would be useful to share my tips in […]

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25 Tasks to Outsource to a Virtual Assistant

I often get asked what kind of work I can help with. When a client starts thinking about outsourcing tasks to a virtual assistant, I pose the question, “what is a constant drain of your time and/or energy, when you would much rather be doing something else?” The response I usually get back, is that they would rather work on their business, than in […]

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