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Emily Morgan

Emily Morgan helps entrepreneurs and execs strategically clear their plates so they can focus on what they love! She is the founder of Delegate Solutions, a Strategic Support Firm and the designer of the “Delegate Method” which helps entreps identify areas of their business they can delegate or automate for maximum efficiency. Emily speaks nationally on the topic of flexible workforce development, virtual teams and delegation. She is a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses graduate and alumnae of the University of Pennsylvania.
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Let it go!

HELLO | TWELVE, january 2019


Happy Friday and welcome to the start of another amazing year together! 2018 will be so hard to top, but this year, I personally am focusing on "taking the time to take it in." This means extending the energy to be present, it means hyperfocusing on what I am saying yes to and being willing to say no to most everything else.

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Give the Gift of Feedback


The impact of giving feedback, like a great gift can depend greatly on how it is packaged. Positive or  negative feedback can be equally well received, if the intention behind it is to improve a situation or a relationship. 

Think about the worst gift you ever received. Was it ill conceived or was the intention behind it misread? One year I was given a laser facial-hair remover from my other half. My immediate reaction was to feel offended…”he thinks I’m too hairy!” His intention, however, was that he wanted to save me time and money in going to the salon. All was forgiven, but the gift was still returned. That’s my ME time, after all.

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Amazon’s Foray into Healthcare


Translating the New Tax Bill for Small Businesses

Business owners have many questions since the passage of the massive new tax bill. This article outlines what’s in the new provision, who it affects, and why you likely don’t need to change a thing to benefit. The most important outcome of the new tax law (officially the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, or TCJA) was to give a large, permanent tax cut to corporations. But most businesses in the US are small businesses, not large corporations. So rightfully, Congress introduced a provision into the TCJA to create a little more parity, called the deduction for Qualified Business Income (QBI) (also known as Section 199A). This provision, unlike the corporate tax cuts, is strictly for businesses known as “pass-through entities.” In terms of taxation, there is only one corporate entity that actually pays taxes, the C-Corporation.

A C-Corporation is usually very large and is primarily structured in order to take on shareholders, as a public company or one that is traded on the stock market. Every other type of business, from a tax standpoint, is known as a pass-through entity. The new deduction for Qualified Business Income (QBI), allows you to deduct 20% of your “qualified business income” from your total business income. For example, if I made $100,000 in profit from selling paintings as an artist, I get to deduct 20% of that — ie, $20,000. This benefit is phased out for individuals making between $157,500 ($315,000 if married) and $207,500 ($415,000 if married) in a number of service-based fields. There are a ton of details and restrictions in this particular new provision, especially if your income falls within the phase-out window, so know that you need to do research or talk to your accountant before you apply it. - Hyperallergic.com  

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Utilize Hopper and PackPoint to Increase Productivity


Hopper – Booking travel just got easier. Hopper helps you book flights and hotels at exactly the right time by predicting prices with 95% accuracy up to one year in advance. No ads, no spam, no stress — just accurate predictions and the easiest way to book and save. Plan less, travel more.

Hopper has helped 30 million travelers book trips around the world, saving them more than $1.8 billion to date. The Hopper app will monitor prices for you and you can book in just a few taps. Book flights and hotels, watch trips and be notified of changes in price to help you save up to 40% on travel. Free to download directly from the Apple App Store or get it on Google Play. 

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Holiday Wishes from Delegate!



Happy Friday and welcome to the last month of the year! I hope this year has been as wonderful for you as it has been for me. Forty was definitely fabulous, and filled with so many positive things. As I reflect on the last year, I can think of so many things to be thankful for both personally and professionally, below are our top 10 for 2018:

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Join Us to Support Families This Holiday Through Bringing Hope Home!

At Delegatewe believe that the power of one is expanded by the strengths of many. Our goal is to help you do more of what you love to have an even stronger impact on the world.  It is this passion for helping others that drives us internally as a team as well. It’s giving Tuesday but we’re giving all month long! During the entire month of December, Delegate will donate all new customer on-boarding fees to Bringing Hope Home.   Learn more about this great charity and how you can get involved below.  We invite you join us in this wonderful season of giving.

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Google Calendar SMS Notifications Cancelled


Google Calendar SMS Notifications cancelled

SMS notifications for Google Calendar events will be removed January 7, 2019. The notifications will cease to work on that date and instead in-app notifications will be the main method of reminding users of upcoming events. Google has confirmed that users that have the SMS notifications set up will be automatically notified in one of two ways. If a user has Calendar open or the Google Calendar app on a mobile device, they will receive in-app notifications. If a user has SMS notifications set up for new events, changed events, cancelled events or response, they will receive an email. If you have disabled calendar notifications, then head to Settings > Apps & notifications > Find the Calendar app > Turn notifications on. Google also stated that the Calendar API will be updated to reflect this upcoming change. - 9to5Google

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Utilize the Calendly Zoom Integration and GoToMyPC to Increase Productivity


Calendly Zoom integration - With Calendly’s new Zoom integration Zoom conference details can be automatically added to any Calendly meeting. This new integration lets you automatically generate unique Zoom conference details for every meeting you schedule or use a standing static Zoom meeting link if you prefer.

This integration eliminates the need to set up and remember conferencing details and updates meeting details in real time when rescheduling or canceling. Invitees will receive instant access to the details in calendar invitations and meeting reminders after scheduling with you. For your access, the unique link will appear within the event details on your Calendly dashboard and under My Meetings in Zoom. You can connect your Zoom account with Calendly in one easy step and help simplify scheduling.

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Project Management Innovation - Instagantt


At Delegate Solutions we work with entrepreneurs from a wide variety of backgrounds and pride ourselves on being thoughtful and innovative problem solvers that can find a solution to most obstacles and can customize our strategy to suit our clients.

I was recently working with a client that has used Asana for many years but abandons the project management tool at times of high stress. As we worked to identify what obstacles kept him from implementing projects in Asana to completion, we identified that he is a visual learner and needed a tool that would provide a visual map of the workflow. I looked for a free online project management tool that could incorporate a Gantt chart view and ultimately decided to use Instagantt. Instagantt is a tool that syncs with Asana (or as a standalone) to provide a Gantt chart view for project and workload management. There are numerous benefits and it requires little effort to set up projects.

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20 Nov 2018,
Posted by Emily Morgan



  • 2 cups sliced peaches
  • 2 tablespoons + 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup softened butter
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
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