How would you like to spend a couple of hours working today…Getting paid for your efforts week after week. Month after Month.
It is not unusual for a small business owner to neglect putting a office automation system in place when starting a business. With an abundance of decisions to make, it is easy to over look adding automation to your business plan.
It could be a costly oversight…
When set up right, a office automation system save you a considerable amount of time, money, and effort.
Instead of spending hours every week completing the same chore over and over again, automate it! Spend a couple of extra hours initially setting up your system. Then get paid for your efforts over and over again. Week after week. Month after month. Creating your own residual income stream.
No business is too small to automate. Actually, it is crucial for any small home based business to automate. If you have a typical home based business, your business is run by you, the business owner and possibly a couple of employees. You have a lot to accomplish usually in a short amount of time and limited resources. Wasting time on repetitive chores while you are trying to grow your business would not be beneficial. Instead, utilize your talents wisely.
They are several areas that you could easily automate you business quite easily with minimal expense and effort. The internet makes automation easy to accomplish. Now you can accomplish in 30 minutes per week what use to take you 8 hours to complete.
Here is a couple of areas that you may find beneficial add to your office automation system. While this list is not by any means extensive, it will give you a good start:
Accounting – Anyone that is in business, must keep track of your income and expenses. Once you have your system set up, you can track you income and expenses at the touch of a button. Your accounting system can include an accounting software or be as simple as a spreadsheet.
Email – Do you have a lot of email that your continually use when prospecting your customers. Are you building a list? Set you system on auto pilot with an auto responder.
Appointments – Schedule appointments and tasks with ease. Keep notes and contact information on prospects, and clients that you can access in seconds. Set up alarms avoiding missed appointments or projects. Add a contact management program to your system and never miss another appointment again.
Credit Cards – Set up your business to take credit card payments. Avoid having to wait for checks to clear. Most people make purchases with credit cards. Businesses that don’t accept credit cards lose a tremendous amount of business.
Word Processing – The most common area to automate. Prepare any text or spreadsheet that you could need for your business. Convert to PDF files with the touch of a button. Write e-books with ease.
Consider the needs of your business before you put a home office automation system into place. Where the system fits in your budget. Keep in mind, you don’t have to automate your business overnight. Decide the best time for your business to put any portion of your system in place. Adding to your system as your business grows and your budget allows.
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