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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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Our TOP 3 tips to clear your bottlenecks around delegation!

1 - Start small, build confidence.  Focus on compartmentalizing larger tasks and projects into small parts to build your own confidence around delegation.  Do you want to hand off your calendar scheduling? Don’t get overwhelmed by the big picture of doing so; instead segment it out.  Ask yourself which part of my schedule could be most easily delegated or automated? Perhaps a first small step is to deploy a scheduling tool for your internal team meetings only.  Just this shift alone will help you add framework to your day by creating specific blocks of time you are available to meet, and it takes the back and forth out of when to meet.   Grab the small wins! It still equates to time saved, and you’ll build confidence in this phase.

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LEARN | TWELVE, JULY 2018

Living the Flexwork Dream … at Delegate!

When we think about working remotely, and what it means to our work/life balance, a number of thoughts come to mind.  It’s awesome to have flexibility in our career, create our own schedule and have freedom and autonomy to make it our own day.  For morning people, we get up early and are hard at work before the sun comes up and for those of us who are night owls, we quiet the chaos of the day and settle in to work during the peaceful moments when everyone else is asleep.   Juggling kids, chores and commitments of daily life, all while making money, is an art form; one that we at Delegate thrive on and LOVE.

 

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LOVE | TWELVE, JULY 2018

RocketReach is a handy web-based tool that helps users find email addresses and social media links for professionals. An extension for the Chrome browser is also available. RocketReach is made up of a combination of tools that look for email addresses both from a company’s domain name and for specific people. By simply entering a name or LinkedIn profile URL into the search bar users are presented with possible email addresses and social media links associated for that person. You can also enter a company name to have RocketReach return the standard email formatting for an organization. There is a free plan that gives three lookups per month or upgraded paid plans that offer more monthly lookups. All paid plans include 24/7 support, CRM integration, the ability to export results to CSV, bulk lookups and API access.

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KNOW | TWELVE, JULY 2018

Facebook launches Workplace for Good, a free version of its enterprise product for non-profits

Workplace, an enterprise communications app from Facebook, is launching a new tier of the product called Workplace for Good, which will let non-profits use the product for free. Facebook has always allowed non-profits to use Workplace without fees but is now going to be making a bigger push toopen the product up to charities, educational institutions and non-governmental organizations, regardless of their size.

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4 Ways To Declare Your Independence

All entrepreneurs can remember back to the days when we had a 9-5 job, a boss, a steady paycheck and lots of PTO.  We left that life behind in search of independence, risk with reward, and a spirit of “why can’t I?” So how is it that now instead we work 7-7, have to manage complicated staff relations ourselves, our paycheck is variable, and PTO is laughable at best?  This “job” that we have created for ourselves is compromising our independence and what we fought so fiercely for.

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HELLO | TWELVE, JUNE 2018

The Secret Silver Bullet for Entrepreneurs

Welcome to June and the start of summer!  I turned 40 yesterday, and in our last issue of 12Lite, I shared some of my favorite life insights from the last 40 years.  At the top of my list is that it takes years to become an overnight success.  Anyone successful would tell you this, and they would also tell you that it doesn't happen by accident.  It's about intention and just figuring out the next best step that you can take to get there.

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CEO Intervention: Save Your Summer

5 Easy Ways To Keep Your Business Moving While Still Enjoying Your Summer

Drums please!  Summer, summer, summertime!  Time to sit back and unwind!  To me, it’s never officially summer until I hear The Fresh Prince’s summer anthem, Summertime! Summer is meant to be savored and enjoyed, but I can’t tell you how many entrepreneurs I speak to each week who share that they haven’t had a day off in months, or that they are working 16 hours a day, with no time for anyone or anything except their business.  

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LEARN | TWELVE, JUNE 2018

Daily Planning Tips for Entrepreneurs

One of the most common problems we see with entrepreneurs is finding time in an already busy schedule to focus on things that will grow their business. Here are a few tips to help you create margin in your daily schedule.

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LOVE | TWELVE, JUNE 2018

Proven is a hiring tool for small business that uses artificial intelligence to distribute your job to the best custom mix of boards from over 100 partners. Job posts are done as part of a pay-as-you-go service so you don’t need to worry about recurring monthly charges.

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KNOW | TWELVE, JUNE 2018

31 May 2018,
Posted by Emily Morgan

Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data.

Though Google has far more data about us than Facebook, because we use it for not only our internet searches but also for our emails, calendaring, maps, photo uploads, video streaming, mobile phones and web browsers, Google has sidestepped controversy while Facebook has under fire for improperly leaking user data. To find out why, I downloaded a copy of all of the information that Google has on me and compared that data to what I already knew Facebook had obtained on me. What I found was that while my Google data archive was much larger than my Facebook file it was also packed with fewer unpleasant surprises and I was relieved to find out I could delete the data. In contrast, when I downloaded my Facebook data, I found that a lot of what I saw could not be purged.

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