As we have stated throughout this series, technology amplifies. They make bad workflows worse or good workflows better. We finish out this Remote Strong series with a summary of some of our favorite tech tools for small business.
By Laura Renner & Jenny Boyles
It is easy to feel overwhelmed at this time. Some find working remotely is easier while others find that they have a hard time separating from their work. It is always there and they cannot get away. If you are exhausted, overwhelmed and becoming burned out, you may want to consider adding a virtual assistant to your business.
By delegating certain tasks from your business, you will have more time for your business’ mission. You can grow the business without being slowed down. Your workday can end at 5 rather than 10 pm because you will have handed off the administrative tasks that are a hindrance. If you know this is what you need but not sure what you can delegate, go through these steps below:
By Laura Renner
At the end of every quarter, the Freedom Maker Core Team has what we call a “Vision Call.” We discuss what we thought went well during the quarter and what we think we should focus on improving in the next quarter.
It is where all of our initiatives come from and even major breakthroughs, such as one of our guiding principles: Strive for Excellence. We set goals based on what we think we can accomplish during the following quarter around those initiatives.
During our call in June, one of us mentioned how much she enjoyed working at a company like ours, where we actually care about our people. She stated that she hated working at previous companies where all they focused on was how they could make more money by giving less to the employees and contractors that contributed to their overall success.
Learn more about how to run an effective team meeting when working remotely. Laura and Sara will give you tips and practical guidance how to have the most success when working remotely.
By Laura Renner
Military spouses are great problem solvers, researchers, and planners. But they can only do so much without the right ingredients. And that is where our clients come in.
We just celebrated our fifth anniversary and have learned a lot along the way. Here is what we have learned about our best clients:
Critical to a well-functioning team is strong workflows. For a remote team—where it’s harder to make last-minute changes—it’s essential. In this webinar, we’ll share tips for creating remote-friendly workflows in small business.