Terms and Conditions Special

“Terms and Conditions” is the fancy legal term for the legal agreement between you and your online customers. These terms protect you in the event a client requests a refund or attempts to claim you didn’t follow through on your end of the bargain.

Your Privacy Policy alerts your customers your policy in handling their private information – like their name, address, phone number and email address.  It protects you in the event there is an information breach because it shows your procedure for handling private information.

These two documents together operate to protect you and your business as you do business online.

This week only, I’m offering both documents in a package deal for only $200!  When you think about how much money you could lose if an arrangement went south, $200 is an easy decision for you to protect your business.


All documents are custom to your business, and as such, please allow 7-10 days for delivery after payment.


Taming the Whirlwind

Do you ever feel like your work tasks are creating a whirlwind — or even a tornado around you?

I know there are days for me when it seems like 10 things are coming at me from 10 different directions and they are all important and all should be priority.

Sometimes, I find myself giving a bandaid to each one — you know, doing a quick fix in an effort to stop the whirlwind.  You might do that too — the quick text that says “working on it” or “give me 5 minutes”.

But it doesn’t always work, does it?

There are a few things you can do to stop the chaos of 100 little things to do:

1. Write it down.  This gets it out of your head and lets you plan and organize how you are going to tackle the day.

2. Do just one thing. But do it completely and do it well.  Make the follow up call and write the email response.  Read the article. Finish the edit.  By completing something completely, it is now off your list and out of the whirlwind — beginning to calm the chaos.

3.  Group similar tasks together — like making 4 or 5 phone calls, or responding to your email.

Good luck calming the chaos!


Start with the little things

I’ve been suffering from an affliction known as hurricane hangover.

It’s symptoms include a seemingly overwhelming list of things to do, paired with sheer exhaustion.
And with everything being rescheduled on top of each other, I didn’t see a moment to catch up or rest.
I had this mountain of disorganized files in my office.  And all of my file storage was a mess. I don’t want to admit it, but it was impacting my productivity.
On Monday, my assistant came over and reorganized all of my files, filed the mountain and generally made a nice , neat space in my office.
Such a little thing… one that I didn’t even do personally.  And yet since she left, I have tackled my email inbox, a list of maintenance tasks for my business and a host of other small projects.
The moral.  Start with one project. The momentum will build….
Oh – and together, we can move mountains.
Ask for help. Do the work.