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5 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs That Make Them Candidates For Delegation

      

Most leaders would agree with this statement: “If I could spend half as much time on half as many things, I would be twice as effective.”

Entrepreneurs and leaders feel an overwhelming need to have a strategic way to delegate that involves more than just a resource to delegate to. They also benefit from guidance and access to systems that help them delegate effectively and consistently.

Entrepreneurs excel at turning great ideas into incredible products or services. They have the unique ability to not only conceptualize but execute consistently. Both of those require free time.

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A Win for Flex and Remote Work!

HELLO | TWELVE, SEPTEMBER 2019


TGIF and Happy Friday!  Hope all our friends in the Southeast are faring well through Dorian.  Many of our team are in Florida, Charleston, Wilmington and other parts of eastern North Carolina, so sending extra love and support to them this week!

 

We are excited to share that we are one of the 100 fastest growing, privately held companies in Philadelphia (the Philly 100®)!  We are super proud of this win, and while it's a big deal to us, even more importantly this is an incredible win for the flex & remote work movement

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Inbox cleanup 101

LEARN | TWELVE, SEPTEMBER 2019 

When it comes to decluttering your work life, I always like to start with my email inbox. There is nothing more overwhelming than a cluttered inbox where the important is mixed in with all of those junk emails you never read. 


Lets face it, half of what comes into your inbox you probably delete without even opening! OR you leave it in there for fear of deleting something important and actually end up missing the true important stuff.

I like to keep an inbox of a rotating 5. Thats right FIVE emails! Here are my tips and tricks on how to clean up that inbox, make sure nothing gets lost, and relieve that inbox stress immediately.

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Getting Back to the Grind After Vacation, Recession-Proofing Your Company Now, and First-Hire Must-Have Attributes

KNOW | TWELVE, SEPTEMBER 2019 

10 Ways to Get Back to the Grind After Vacation

Vacations are awesome. They're also beneficial, allowing you to restock energy reserves, boost happiness, calm your mind and even lower your risk of heart attack, all of which can help make you a better leader. You know what’s not awesome? Trying to relocate the zone after returning from vacation. But if you implement the following 10 tips, you’ll get back in the workflow in no time. 

  • Prepare Before You Go
  • Take a Buffer Day
  • Jump Back into Your Routine
  • Review Your Calendar
  • Pace Yourself
  • Delegate What You Can
  • Zone in on Your “Why”
  • Remove Any Distractions
  • Bring Your Vacation Back With You
  • Plan Your Next Getaway

So, here we are, after Labor Day, and back at it. This quick read gives us tips on how to really get back at it after vacation! - Entrepreneur

 

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Webinar Replay: How Your Company Can Run Itself

Emily Morgan, Founder and President of Delegate Solutions, hosted an insider’s workshop on how to improve your company. Emily acts as your speed coach to walk through step by step solutions to allow for delegation and automation to bring your company to the next level. Find out the importance of having good process and the wonders that it can have for scaling YOUR business to ultimately allow your company to run itself!

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Make a Commitment to "Good Enough"

HELLO | TWELVE, AUGUST 2019


TGIF, Happy Friday and hello from the coast of North Carolina, where a group from Team Delegate has assembled for our annual retreat. Given that we are a 100% remote, distributed team, this year's retreat is really exciting for us because we have the opportunity to spend face time with the members of our NC contingent of Delegate.

This month I've been thinking a lot about commitment.  It could be because my fiancee and I just added another dog (third!!) to our family that commitment is heavy on my mind!  Or, perhaps it's my own personal evolution of hanging in there even when things are not "perfect" because I made a commitment to do so.  Either way, honoring our commitments is not always the easy choice, but it is a mindset shift that brings with it personal growth, stability and consistency.

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The Transformational Power of Process

LEARN | TWELVE, AUGUST 2019 

Consistency breeds trust with your client base as well as your employees. To achieve consistency in your business, empower employees, create loyal clients and build your brand - relying on basic core processes is always the answer.

A core process is defined as the way that you do business or more simply, the how and why of running your business.

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The Importance of Time Blocking, Trends in Sales Tech to Follow for 2020, and Signs that your Startup isn’t Really Starting Up

KNOW | TWELVE, AUGUST 2019 

The Benefits of Blocked Times on Your Calendar for Priority Tasks

We’ve all been there at some point. You view your calendar and notice that you have more on your to-do-lists than hours in the day. For the best in benefits of your calendar, you need to block times for certain tasks. This will avoid the stress and frustration that comes with the ineffective ways you have managed your time in the past and help you remain productive. Time-blocking can be used to save the day.


In this quick read, you will learn about the benefits of time blocking. Here are the main points:

  • Blocking time gets you started and maintains motivation.
  • Blocking time helps you focus on and efficiently complete your most important tasks.
  • Blocking time also encourages healthy work-life balance.
  • Blocking time can improve your physical and mental health.
  • Blocking time helps you say “no.”
At Delegate Solutions, all of our Associates block their time in a way that enables them to prioritize client work for optimal efficiency. We also help our clients block their time to help them prioritize and stay focused. Take a look at this quick read to learn more about the benefits of, and implementation of time blocking! - Entrepreneur

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How to Move From Make it Up to Make it Real

HELLO | TWELVE, jULY 2019


TGIF, Happy Friday and happy Independence Day!

As Visionaries, our greatest contribution is our ability to see our companies as globally as possible. We are uniquely able to understand and prioritize the most pressing needs, and then design creative solutions to to move forward.

I don't know how this process typically works for you, but for me it's typically super-organic and instinctual. Once we identify the problem, I give myself the space to creatively think about how we might solve it. Or sometimes, I'm not even thinking about it at all, and the answer suddenly just comes to me. What a feeling, right? :)

The challenge then lies in how to take this idea and model it, build it, test it and roll it out. This is where our team can become a true complement to our abilities. I follow a simple process to make my ideas real:

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New Health Care Laws for Small Business Owners, Accounting Reports You Should be Paying Attention to, and How to Beat the Summer Slowdown

KNOW | TWELVE, JULY 2019 

The Trump Administration's Newest Health Care Rule Could Shake Up Small Business Benefits Nationwide

In less than six months, small business employees could have some of the same health insurance tax benefits as workers at large corporations.

 

Last month, the Trump administration issued a rule making health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) plans more accessible to workers nationwide. The use of HRA plans, which are funded with pre-tax money by employers, has long been restricted to exclude paying for insurance premiums. The new ruling, which goes into effect in January 2020, will change that.

 

Historically, larger organizations with many employees have more negotiating power than smaller firms, and can obtain stronger health insurance plans for their employees at lower rates. The Trump administration is framing the new rule as a way for some small businesses to level the playing field.

 

"There are some employers who would like to offer their employees health coverage, but the requirements have become so extensive or the cost has become so high, that they aren't able to," Alexandra Campau, a former special assistant for health policy to President Trump, told the Journal. - INC

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